A few drawbacks
A night flight Mauritius—11 hours without being able to sleep.
Luckily there was a touch screen and headphones, which helped keep me entertained.
The pilot had a sense of humor.
One small drawback, the seats were a little cramped for larger people, which I thought was too bad.
Otherwise, the breakfast was welcome and very good.
Another thing: I am diabetic and I asked if they could put my insulin pens in the refrigerator, which they refused to do (the reason provided: it wasn't allowed). A flight attendant a packed them in ice for me, which of course had melted by the time we arrived. My pens (in their cardboard packaging) were completely soaked.
The return flight, a month later, was a day flight that was, not unexpectedly, more cramped in an A330. They still had touch screens. The breakfast was excellent but it's too bad there was no choice between sugar and no sugar. Lunch was OK.
Overall I'm pretty satisfied and I'd travel with Corsair again.