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Thai Air Asia SIN-BKK Part 1  
User currently offlineRyanair!!! From Australia, joined Mar 2002, 4738 posts, RR: 26
Posted (6 years 10 months 5 days ago) and read 14703 times:

Singapore Changi – Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Thai Air Asia FD 3502
Boeing 737-300 (HS-AAP)
ETD: 1050H
ETA: 1150H

13 June 2007

My leisure travels lately have consisted of flying on several budget carriers that within the last few years, seemed to have changed the Asian aviation industry tremendously. This trip to Bangkok was no exception. My partner and I thought that it would be interesting to take the road less traveled (although that is not the case presently) and fly a true-blue LCC, i.e. no assigned seating with buy-on-board meals. Thus, we decided to try Thai Air Asia as they offered the best deals when we booked this trip way back in Nov 2006.

This trip would also mark my first report on Bangkok’s new Suvarnabhumi International Airport, which has, to say the least, garnered more attention that it could ask for in more wrong ways than one.

Departure day

Woke up bright and early and drove to the airport. Dropped my car off at the office and a short taxi ride later, we were unloading our baggage along the kerbside of Changi Terminal One.

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Check in was handled rather smoothly although it was rather annoying to have queue-hoarders. The kind that sends members of the group to each line and when it comes to their respective turn, in my case, one person in front of you suddenly becomes five all because “oh they are with me”.

“Ok, your flight is boarding at Gate D37, boarding time is at 1030. Thank you… NEXT!”

Supermarket-receipt-like scraps of paper doubled as our boarding passes.

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Since there weren’t going to be any meals on board, we decided to have a heavy breakfast of chicken rice at the 24hr FOOD GALLERY, Changi Airport’s idea of showing their transit passengers what culinary delights this surprising island of Singapore had in store if so they decided to step out of airside. Truth be told, the food was horrible. The chicken rice was tasteless and soup was nothing but hot water with 7 spadesful of MSG. To add insult to my injury, the entire meal costs me S$30.00, three times the original price of what I would pay outside.

But I felt rich that morning, thinking about what tremendous savings I have made deciding to fly FD and bunking in at my friend’s condo in Bangkok, so I gobbled everything up nevertheless.

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Lat is one of my favourite artists of all time, although I do not think he is well known outside of Southeast Asia!

At Gate D37, our pristine little baby Boeing basked in the morning sun ready to take on us holiday makers. HS-AAP is a Lat-jet. The normal livery of Air Asia has been replaced by the comic drawings of this famous Malaysian artist. I am assuming that the rego if this aircraft was formerly 9M-AAP!

1030H: On the dot, the gate agent that checked us in began making an announcement for people to start queuing up at the entrance to the aerobridge. Very surprisingly, people got up and formed a line without any fuss while the “X-press Boarding” passengers were being gathered at a different queue.

The latter group of passengers consisted of families with small children, who were allowed onto the aircraft first.

Since we were first in line, my partner and I stepped into the aircraft with plenty of seats to choose from. FA Onwijit at the door gave us a friendly “wai” and welcomed us on board with perfect English devoid of any heavy Thai accent.

Senior FA Arunee was further down the aisle and beamed her pearly whites and wai-ed us on. “You can take any seat, ok” beamed her whites…

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1055H: Doors closed

The flight was 70% full with only a handful of seats in my vicinity notably empty. We ended taking seats 20E/F.

A Thai announcement welcoming all on board on this flight from Singapore to “Soo-wa-na-poom (the proper pronunciation for Suvarnabhumi, excuse me) Khrung Thep”. When the English announcement came on, I was simply awed by the excellent command of clarity, this I have never experience before on any Thai carrier because I can never understand any announcements when I fly TG – fasten sit-bewt?

Anyway, a cursory wai before the safety demo and off the girls went showing us the procedures to be adhered to. I observed that the Thai instructions were long as hell, but the English ones were short and curt.

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Halfway through the demo, the aircraft pushed back and we were soon on our way towards Runway 20C.

1100H: Take off

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Ahh… nothing beats the feeling of saying goodbye to this claustrophobic island for the next few days for a well-deserved rest. Our southerly journey was soon interrupted by a left orbit that brought us towards the direction of Malaysia. More specifically the town of Kota Bahru, onwards to the Gulf of Thailand and finally descend into the airport after coasting in.

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Pitch is not the most comfortable, but it is alright for this duration.

1130H: The meal carts appear manned by Onwijit and Arunee. We purchased a can of Pepsi for 40 Baht and that kept us happy for the remainder of the flight, which we were still full from our “golden” chicken rice.

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Throughout the flight, these 2 FAs were assisted by another 2, namely Pawinee and Panthi, who were running back and forth from the aft galley bringing steaming instant cup noodles and rice porridge to those passengers who ordered them. All the four worked like a team, a team that enjoyed being together and flying. Sincere smiles were dished out easily and it never waivered throughout the entire flight.

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Seriously, I was happy about this trip…

Whenever they had to speak to a passenger, they would always lean on a seat, or bend down to be at face level, in an effort to be closer and more personal – something I find lacking in many airlines these days.

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After the cart finished its round down and back up the aisle, all 4 of them were constantly walking about collecting rubbish with a plastic bag, attending to call buttons for some more food, drinks or merchandise – as in my case, I bought 2 pairs of Air Asia polo-t shirts in different colours. Pawinee happily accepted her well-deserved baht as I am sure this would mean commission for her.

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1230H: The coast of Thailand finally appeared hazily in the distance.

The arrival announcement soon came on and everyone was urged to finish what they were doing and prepare for the imminent arrival into Bangkok. Soon enough, the aircraft nosed downwards as we reached our top-of-descend.

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The normal fly-over the city of Bangkok was absent as in the case during an approach for DMK. This time we just flew over wide expanse of country that seemed to stretch into the distance. I prefer to old approach much better.

1300H: seat belt sign PING!

Another arrival announcement as Arunee made one final walk along the aisle to ensure everyone was strapped in.

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Modern looking highways began to slice though the scenery and next thing I saw was the modern looking airport. It looked very beautiful from a distance as we made an approach for Runway 19L.

1309H: Touchdown, rough!

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Reverse thrust was on full blast and we made a beeline for a remote stand number 108. My journey finally came to an end at 1314H and the local time was 1214H.

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A nice bus ride brought us to the terminal building. The airport looks fantastic on the outside and it is surely a breadth of fresh air from the old and rather blah looking DMK. However, the interior sing a different tune completely opposite of the artistically pleasing exterior. I shall reserve my comments for Part 2 of this report.

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Immigration was crowded, but nothing as nightmarish as compared to my trip to Saigon. Our bags were already churning round the carousel by the time we got there.

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Check-in: 9/10… Fuss free.

Boarding: 10/10… Full marks for the operations here in Changi for making the process very organized. I was expecting a free-for-all rush to the doors but it was prevented by an early organizing of the line.

In-flight service: 9/10… I lowered my expectations, and got pleasantly surprised. These 4 members of cabin crew deserve every praise available there is for a FA. They were ever-friendly and all 4 spoke excellent English!

Arrival: 6/10… I liked the idea of a remote stand and being bussed to the terminal building. However, the immigration lines were long. The arrival concourse of the terminal didn’t give me a sense of warmth with their clinical and sterile disposition. And guess what? Construction dust was still present after so many months…

Overall: 85%... I was very satisfied with Thai Air Asia, and very pleasantly so, might I add. After all the horror stories I have heard about Air Asia and their franchises, the whole reason my partner and I chose FD was so I could get a good source of trip report material. Instead of that, all that I saw was a text book example of how paying cheap doesn’t necessarily mean getting crap.


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User currently offlineThaiA345 From Indonesia, joined Oct 2006, 860 posts, RR: 16
Reply 1, posted (6 years 10 months 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 14226 times:

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
queue-hoarders

Heheheh actualy I am one of those when in Jakarta! When I am overseas I just bark and yell at people who do that  Smile

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
Lat is one of my favourite artists of all time

Mine too, he is one of Malaysia's better exports (after 9MMAR) of coz !

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
Very surprisingly, people got up and formed a line without any fuss

Hrmm, I flew AK once from CGK to KUL and will never do so again, it was a nightmare and I actually pushed and shoved and maybe punched a few people out of my way!! On th return trip, I just bought a MH one way ticket from KUL ehehhehe

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
Seriously, I was happy about this trip…

But u don't look happy, thats why you must take me along on your trips!! Bali sounds interesting to u?


User currently offlineLevent From France, joined Sep 2004, 1718 posts, RR: 5
Reply 2, posted (6 years 10 months 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 14183 times:

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
When the English announcement came on, I was simply awed by the excellent command of clarity, this I have never experience before on any Thai carrier because I can never understand any announcements when I fly TG – fasten sit-bewt?



Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
All the four worked like a team, a team that enjoyed being together and flying. Sincere smiles were dished out easily and it never waivered throughout the entire flight.



Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
Whenever they had to speak to a passenger, they would always lean on a seat, or bend down to be at face level, in an effort to be closer and more personal – something I find lacking in many airlines these days.

These are exactly my thoughts whenever I fly with AirAsia - Thai AirAsia to be precise, as I haven't flown on (Malaysia) AirAsia yet. The flight attendants are always very professional and corteous and their English is surprisingly good.
While the operation is typical of a low cost carrier's - and mainly the attractive pricing - the cabin crew has a high service standard which is much better than that of many European legacy carriers.


User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39478 posts, RR: 75
Reply 3, posted (6 years 10 months 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 14006 times:

Great trip report.
I almost flew this airline last time I was in Bangkok to go to Singapore for a few days.

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
A nice bus ride brought us to the terminal building.

I love those bus rides as you get off the aircraft at BKK. Definately have that feeling of being far away and anticipating a great vacation. Those are neat photos of the painting in the baggage claim area. Both times I've flow to Bangkok I only had a carry on.



Bring back the Concorde
User currently offline9MMAR From Malaysia, joined Jul 2006, 2106 posts, RR: 19
Reply 4, posted (6 years 10 months 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 13980 times:

Hello Mr. Soh,

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
Seriously, I was happy about this tripâ



Quoting ThaiA345 (Reply 1):
But u don't look happy,

I think you look very happy. This is what the Malaysian called 'the Control Macho' pose.  tongue 

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
HS-AAP is a Lat-jet.



Quoting ThaiA345 (Reply 1):
Mine too, he is one of Malaysia's better exports



Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
Lat is one of my favourite artists of all time, although I do not think he is well known outside of Southeast Asia!

I used to be a comic book freak when I was a kid. But I didn't fancy Lat's drawing at that time. I thought his drawing was too scratchy and his cartoon characters didn't look 'nice' and pretty until they made his Kampung Boy stories a TV cartoon series. That's when I appreciate his crafts, which are very rich of Malaysian soul and values.

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
You can take any seat

Those leather seats look like cheap pvcs. Is it really leather? Do you like leather seats? The last time I sat on one inside an aircraft was when I flew with LH.

Quoting ThaiA345 (Reply 1):
he is one of Malaysia's better exports (after 9MMAR) of coz !

Me?  blush  Mr. Kwee, you are just pulling my leg isn't it?  tongue 

Quoting ThaiA345 (Reply 1):
I flew AK once from CGK to KUL

You did???!!!  eyepopping  The great ThaiA345 flew on AirAsia???!!! I  faint ed for 5 minutes just now. I wonder when will I fly 'AK and the Gang'?

Quoting ThaiA345 (Reply 1):
But u don't look happy, thats why you must take me along on your trips!! Bali sounds interesting to u?

I want to come too. Mr. Kwee as a host will provide the accommodation, a villa at the Bvlgari Resort.  Wink


User currently offlineSR 103 From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 1736 posts, RR: 39
Reply 5, posted (6 years 10 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 13848 times:

Great report as always Ryan. It certainly helped entertain me while I sit in the lounge after being stuck on the taxiway for two hours which eventually lead to a canceled flight. At least the airline re-booked me on another flight before I even reached an agent. I guess they like their Elites, you know which airline this is!  Wink

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
Seriously, I was happy about this trip

I got to agree with the comments above, you look less than happy there!

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
Truth be told, the food was horrible. The chicken rice was tasteless and soup was nothing but hot water with 7 spadesful of MSG.

If you want to feel better about yourself, I could attach a picture of what I got served for breakfast in First Class today on one of the worlds largest airlines?

SR 103


User currently offlineRyanair!!! From Australia, joined Mar 2002, 4738 posts, RR: 26
Reply 6, posted (6 years 10 months 4 days 4 hours ago) and read 13705 times:

Quoting ThaiA345 (Reply 1):
Heheheh actualy I am one of those when in Jakarta! When I am overseas I just bark and yell at people who do that

My goodness... I wonder if I have told you off before? I will not hesitate to embarrass people like that very loudly...  Smile

Quoting ThaiA345 (Reply 1):
Hrmm, I flew AK once from CGK to KUL and will never do so again, it was a nightmare and I actually pushed and shoved and maybe punched a few people out of my way!!

My BKK-SIN flight was like that. I will reserve it for Part 2.

Quoting ThaiA345 (Reply 1):
But u don't look happy, thats why you must take me along on your trips!! Bali sounds interesting to u?



Quoting SR 103 (Reply 5):
I got to agree with the comments above, you look less than happy there!

Err, I was caught off guard when that photo was snapped. Otherwise there would have been a beautiful background, white puffy clouds with birds flying, my hair properly styled, my smile professionally done with a slightly parted pair of lips, all this while holding a glass of champagne while looking pensively into the distance.

Quoting Levent (Reply 2):
The flight attendants are always very professional and corteous and their English is surprisingly good.

Indeed... because no matter how good the English is in Thailand, somehow the Thai accent always marrs the outcome and makes everything slightly difficult to understand.

Quoting Superfly (Reply 3):
Those are neat photos of the painting in the baggage claim area.

Thats the thing about this new airport... there are pockets of it that makes you go "Aww... thats beautiful" while the rest is just plain manky.

Quoting 9MMAR (Reply 4):
I thought his drawing was too scratchy and his cartoon characters didn't look 'nice' and pretty until they made his Kampung Boy stories a TV cartoon series.

I had the Kampung Boy comic. I guess us Singaporeans can relate to a lot of what Lat draws too.

Quoting 9MMAR (Reply 4):
Is it really leather? Do you like leather seats?

Honestly, I do not like leather seats. I start to feel hot underneath after a while. But once I am in the air it is ok. However, when the plane is on the ground I am normally a little damp in some places... Hehehehe...

Quoting SR 103 (Reply 5):
If you want to feel better about yourself, I could attach a picture of what I got served for breakfast in First Class today on one of the worlds largest airlines?

I am dying to see...



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User currently offlineSQ772 From Singapore, joined Nov 2001, 1792 posts, RR: 5
Reply 7, posted (6 years 10 months 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 13553 times:

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Reply 6):
Honestly, I do not like leather seats. I start to feel hot underneath after a while. But once I am in the air it is ok. However, when the plane is on the ground I am normally a little damp in some places... Hehehehe...

Damp where??? But really, those leather seats look like synthetic leather don't they?

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Reply 6):
Err, I was caught off guard when that photo was snapped. Otherwise there would have been a beautiful background, white puffy clouds with birds flying, my hair properly styled, my smile professionally done with a slightly parted pair of lips, all this while holding a glass of champagne while looking pensively into the distance.

That I gotta see! Maybe in the same style/pose as this image?....  



Can't wait for part 2!!

[Edited 2007-06-20 10:22:37]


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User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39478 posts, RR: 75
Reply 8, posted (6 years 10 months 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 13402 times:

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Reply 6):
while the rest is just plain manky.

or just a damn strip mall.



Bring back the Concorde
User currently offlineBA319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8430 posts, RR: 55
Reply 9, posted (6 years 10 months 3 days 9 hours ago) and read 13231 times:
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Great report, look forward to the return trip.

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Mark



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User currently offlineSR 103 From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 1736 posts, RR: 39
Reply 10, posted (6 years 10 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 13044 times:

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Reply 6):
I am dying to see...

Here you go, Orlando - Detroit on a 8:15am departure. Keep in mind it was a free upgrade on a rather inexpensive coach ticket. So no complaints from me except for the fact that the breakfast has not changed since 2004!
http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f42/SR747300M/NWA%20PHX/webimage.jpg

Apparently all it takes to make me happy these days is a free meal and a smiling F/A! You think I have become too complacent flying all these US carriers?

SR 103


User currently offlineRyanair!!! From Australia, joined Mar 2002, 4738 posts, RR: 26
Reply 11, posted (6 years 9 months 4 weeks 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 12782 times:

Quoting SR 103 (Reply 10):
Apparently all it takes to make me happy these days is a free meal and a smiling F/A! You think I have become too complacent flying all these US carriers?

Honestly, the meal you got seems extravagant for a US airline standard these days especially for a domestic flight. I still remember my banana on a paper plate in the not too distant past between SFO and MSP. Ahh.. but what is a.net without a little whining about the declining service of the airline industry? A little boring I think!



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User currently offlinePe@rson From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 19097 posts, RR: 53
Reply 12, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 12614 times:

Excellent report.

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
Supermarket-receipt-like scraps of paper doubled as our boarding passes.

I liked those. 3K also uses them. I haven't yet seen them in Europe.

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Thread starter):
I liked the idea of a remote stand and being bussed to the terminal building.

Hmm. I flew into and out of BKK quite a few times (e.g. with FD, 1-2-GO, Nok Air, etc). And being bused to the remote stands was OK at first but then decidedly annoying and time-consuming.



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User currently offlineSR 103 From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 1736 posts, RR: 39
Reply 13, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 6 days 2 hours ago) and read 12562 times:

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Reply 11):
I still remember my banana on a paper plate in the not too distant past between SFO and MSP
Ahhh... the good old days when things were free! Now your free banana has been replaced by a box one must purchase for $5.00. I missed an upgrade once and decided to pay the outrageous price for it. All I can say is, it was better than what some of the competition offers for similar prices!
http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f42/SR747300M/NWA%20PHX/DSC04509.jpg
http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f42/SR747300M/NWA%20PHX/DSC04510.jpg

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Reply 11):
Ahhh.. but what is a.net without a little whining about the declining service of the airline industry? A little boring I think!
Yes, but if one more person complains about how the CX F/A did not fluff their pillow or how SQ did not cook their Fillet Mignon to their perfect specification; I swear I am gonna give them a piece of my mind!

SR 103

[Edited 2007-06-27 05:47:16]

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