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Etihad: Pearl 2 AMM, Coral Right Back Pt 2 PixVidz  
User currently offlineRonerone From Jordan, joined Aug 2004, 1675 posts, RR: 53
Posted (7 years 5 months 3 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 23543 times:

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Greetings once again and welcome to Part 2 of my TR. Part 1 is found here.

This part of the report may be shorter or at least with fewer pictures as I was getting a lot of strange looks at AMM and on the flight when I clicked some pictures. Sorry about that!

By the way, the intro picture with my head sticking out looking like some strange creature was actually taken by pure mistake. Because I had my camera on hand while boarding, I pressed the button accidentally to produce this picture, which seemed just perfect to start this TR  

Saturday June 30th 2007

I woke up at 9am and was already feeling the blues of having to go back to work the next day. I wanted to stay longer in Jordan but I couldn’t as I do want to save some leave days for my next trip in August (Etihad Pearl to JFK).

I hung around at home for a few hours, and around 1:20pm I left the house to go and have lunch at my sister’s. At 2:30pm I bid my goodbyes to everyone and headed to Queen Alia International Airport. The drive to AMM is more or less 30 minutes away from the city and so by 3pm I had arrived.

The airport was not as crowded as it usually is. I proceeded through security which took no time at all, then straight to Etihad’s check-in desks. Emirates to DXB was also checking in right next to us. What I did notice was that Etihad had placed barricades in front of the desks to maintain an orderly queue while Emirates did not. Furthermore, from what it seemed, Etihad was expecting more passengers but I could be mistaken depending on when the EK flight left.

Here is a picture of the check-in area:

[All pictures are clickable thumbnails]



I stood in a short line and within 10 minutes it was my turn. Ground handlers at AMM are Royal Jordanian with a few EY-only staff, the standard routine I suppose. While the friendly agents checked me in, I enquired about the registration of today’s aircraft. I was told it would be “Yaknkee Echo.” While A6-EYE seemed like it does not have the ‘Etihad’ interior, I was not sure which one it was. All I did know is that from the check-in desks, I could tell it was a 3-zone aircraft. One agent (an Etihad guy) told me that it is a “brand new aircraft with private suite-like seats in Pearl.” How funny I found it that I knew more about his airline than he did.

Since I had no bags to check, I was processed efficiently and given my boarding pass with Seat 14G assigned. Here is a picture of my boarding pass:



Now that I was all set to go, I was getting excited. Will Etihad live up to its standards in Coral? Will I get a good aircraft? Let’s find out …

Flight Information

Airline: Etihad Airways
Flight Number: EY514
Departure: AUH @ 16:45 (Actual: 17:00)
Arrival: AMM @ 20:40 (Actual: 20:30)
Seat: 14G
Load Factor: 70%
Flight Time: 2:30 hrs
Equipment: Airbus A330-200
Registration: A6-EYE

I went through immigration, which surprisingly was a lot faster than the arrival yesterday. After I got my passport stamped I climbed the escalator one level up to the main terminal. Because I had an Amex credit card, I was allowed to use the lounge facilities at the airport free of charge. There are only two lounges at AMM and both are operated by Royal Jordanian. While they are both small, I find the staff to always be very generous and courteous.

Here are two pictures of the main terminal hall at AMM (quite boring to say the least):





I entered the lounge and was greeted by one of the staff who took my flight and card information and ushered me to have a seat. I placed my stuff in the smoking section and went to the food area to get a diet soda. There is not much to offer in terms of food at the lounge, apart from snack items, sandwiches, cookies, fruit and the likes. I think that you may order hot food if you like, but I wasn’t so sure. There is a small secluded area within the lounge that has several workstations that offer Internet access. I am hoping it’s high-speed!

Nothing much has changed in the lounge for quite some years so it has definitely been showing its age. But still, I feel very attached to this lounge in particular as I have stayed at it a countless number of times ever since I was a child.

Some pictures of the lounge and my drink:








After finishing my soda and having a cigarette, I thought I would go to the duty free to see what model airplanes they sell. I usually find quite a collection there however, unfortunately this time around they were out of stock.

The duty free at AMM is managed by Aldeasa, and I have heard that it is a Spanish company but I am not sure about that. The duty free area is located between the North and South Terminals and offers quite the variety of items from toys, fragrances, chocolates, liquor, cigarettes, souvenirs etc.

A picture of the duty free:



After no luck with finding any model airplanes, I looked at the watch to find that it is already 4pm so I thought I would head straight to Gate G9. I passed through security and entered the not-so-full waiting area at 4:05 pm. By 4:10 a pre-boarding announcement was made informing us that the flight will soon be ready for boarding and that passengers with children are to board first, followed by row numbers. Good to know that this is in an orderly fashion today!

By 4:15 pm it was time to board and since the load was on the lighter side, my row was called in no time. We boarded through door 1L and were greeted by a smiling pair of Etihad ladies who welcomed me on board and directed me to my seat. The moment I got a view of the Diamond Zone cabin I thought to myself “hey, I’ve seen this very same scene on Airliners.” And here is a picture of what I exactly saw:


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Not a plane that was to Etihad’s specifications, but still, it was a nice plane. I believe this one is leased from CIT. I loved the ambience as the colors were extremely calm and soothing and the plane looked spotless. I believe that this particular aircraft frequented Brussels/Toronto before the A345 was deployed on the non-stop (and now the A346).
I arrived at 14G, placed my carry on in the overhead compartment, and made myself comfortable. Upon sitting in my seat, I found the legroom to be rather tight. Here is a picture of the legroom:



And some random pictures of the cabin during boarding (excuse the blurriness as I had to take quick snapshots):













What is interesting about this aircraft is that it offered a premium economy section (the pink-ish seats as evident in the pictures above). Etihad does not sell ‘premium’ economy seats, so I was wondering why this arrangement was in place. Perhaps for full-fare passengers?

While everyone was busy getting settled before departure I thought I would flip through the IFE guide (Fast Forward). Selections included new releases, classics, Arabic movies (a decent collection and better than EK I thought), Asian movies, Kids, and European. Their TV channels included news, action, drama, lifestyle, Arabic, and kid selections. The system seemed decent enough for a long flight but I did not make use of it this time. However I did find it to be a little less user-friendly than EK’s ICE (which beats them all).

A picture of my screen:



By 4:40pm the fasten seatbelt sign went on and a departure announcement was made. Here it is:



After that, the crew came around with water as a pre-departure drink. I thought that was a nice touch as I haven’t seen that before in economy, except for that one time KLM introduced a similar pre-departure drink service in economy that consisted of a choice between OJ and water (didn’t last too long though). Here is a picture:



At 5:50 was pushback, and during that time, the crew were trying to play the safety demo on the main screens however there seemed to be a problem with the system. So they decided to do a manual demo! I love manual demos! Here is a video:



A short taxi to the runway, cabin crew made final checks, took their seats, and we were up in the air by 5pm.

After we reached cruising altitude and the fasten seatbelt signs went off, the crew got up to start the service. Headsets and menus were first handed out:







The menu was a simple one page card and dinner consisted of Middle Eastern Moutabel Salad for starters and a choice between Pan Fried Fish Dory with Sauce Harra, Steamed Rice, and Lamb Masala, Biryani Rice Harissa Vegetables for the main course. For dessert there was a Date and Pumpkin Mousse, followed by tea, Brazilian Coffee, or Hot Chocolate. The lamb looked good so that is what I went for.

What I do like about Etihad is that they offer food with a more Arabic touch to it than Emirates. Being an Arab carrier, I don’t see why it shouldn’t offer something Arabian.

Shortly after and approximately 30 minutes after departure, the crew rolled out the trolleys to distribute the dinner trays. When ‘Rosani,’ who did the safety demo for us, came to me, she asked “would you like fish or lamb sir?” I said “lamb please,” and she then asked “and what would you like to drink with that?” I said “tomato juice please.” She placed my tray on my tray-table and then poured me a glass of tomato juice and placed it on my tray. Here are some pictures:







I realized that what was on my tray, while Lamb, was not what was mentioned on the menu, b ut I ate it anyways. The lamb was a bit tangy and it came with a hot yoghurt, and rice; an Arabic dish usually cooked at home. I later came to realize after snooping around in the seat pocket in front of me, that they handed out the wrong menus. I found a menu that was distributed on the flight to AMM and it stated exactly what was on my tray:



I thought that was a bit silly because either the crew did not pay attention to what menus they gave out on what flight, or that they realized their error on flight from AUH and thought what the hell they won’t read them anyways.

The rest of the flight was rather uneventful. An hour and a half after the meal, we started our descent and the crew prepared for landing. They started playing what seemed to be an arrival video on the overhead screens, to find that by mistake they played the Toronto landing video instead of the Abu Dhabi one. Rosani happened to walk past me so I jokingly asked “are u taking me to Toronto?” and she laughed.

At around 8:30pm we touched down on Runway 31 at AUH. We taxied to a remote stand and deplaned by stairs. Within 20 minutes I was already at my car since I did not have any checked luggage to wait for at the baggage claim.

All in all, I had a positive experience with Etihad. While I believe that they need a little more stability in their network operation, and within their ground services, I believe that there exists some decent potential in-flight. The most important indicator of good service offered my an airline to me lies within their cabin crew and their in-flight service (to an extent, this doesn’t include IFE). In this aspect, Etihad did not let me down, and in fact delivered a final result that had me overlook the negative aspects that occurred on the ground at AUH the day before.

Did they “change the way I saw the world?” Not this time, no. However, I will have to try them on one of their flagship routes to determine so.

One final picture, goodies I took back home:

http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m189/ronerone/Amman2/IMG_0648.jpg

Thank you all and best regards,

Roni.

Possible future TR’s:

JFK (Pearl, Etihad) in August
Hong Kong (Definitely CX) in October (tentative)

[Edited 2007-07-05 22:23:51]


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User currently offlineSR 103 From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 1740 posts, RR: 39
Reply 1, posted (7 years 5 months 3 weeks 13 hours ago) and read 23223 times:

As usual, another great trip report Roni. I see you were rather pleased with Etihad overall which is good to hear.

Quoting Ronerone (Thread starter):
So they decided to do a manual demo! I love manual demos!

Last time I had that on a widebody was on my way to Amsterdam when NW 330's were brand new. It does add a bit of nostalgia to a flight in my opinion.

Quoting Ronerone (Thread starter):
The menu was a simple one page card

Considering thats what we get in Continental (the best there is supposedly) First Class flying coast to coast, I say it is very impressive for economy! Last time I flew KWI-DXB in economy, Emirates did not have a menu and only had one choice to boot.

Quoting Ronerone (Thread starter):
The most important indicator of good service offered my an airline to me lies within their cabin crew and their in-flight service (to an extent, this doesn't include IFE).

I agree with you a 110%. This is the reason I prefer some of the underdog airlines when compared to the large reputable carriers. In flight service makes it or breaks it for me and you will be surprised how many airlines have failed at the simplest of tasks.

Quoting Ronerone (Thread starter):
Possible future TR's:

JFK (Pearl, Etihad) in August
Hong Kong (Definitely CX) in October (tentative)

JFK huh? Not by chance the same day I am flying huh?  Wink

As far as CX goes, you know they are my favorite carrier of all time, but wouldn't you like to try something different? I can easily recommend a few of my other favorite carriers heading to that part of the world from Dubai. How about my second favorite carrier which matches CX in almost every category and even goes above and beyond in one!

SR 103


User currently offlineRonerone From Jordan, joined Aug 2004, 1675 posts, RR: 53
Reply 2, posted (7 years 5 months 3 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 23065 times:

Quoting SR 103 (Reply 1):
JFK huh? Not by chance the same day I am flying huh?

Well the plan (and booking) for now is i may leave August 1st and return on the 14th, however i am having second thoughts about the whole trip.

Quoting SR 103 (Reply 1):
As far as CX goes, you know they are my favorite carrier of all time, but wouldn't you like to try something different? I can easily recommend a few of my other favorite carriers heading to that part of the world from Dubai. How about my second favorite carrier which matches CX in almost every category and even goes above and beyond in one!

I believe you are referring to MH right? I am considering them as well as it has been quite a while since i flew them. In fact you are right, i should try something different, and maybe even KE.


Anyways, thanks a lot for your comments buddy!

By the way, What will u be flying from the US to India? I believe EY will be for your return back to the USA right?

Regards,
Roni



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User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 27316 posts, RR: 60
Reply 3, posted (7 years 5 months 3 weeks 7 hours ago) and read 23002 times:

Hey Roni,
Another great TR. You make me want to fly on EY even more now. Keep them comming and Im looking forward to your TR to JFK.


Best wishes

OA260


User currently offlineBA319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8591 posts, RR: 54
Reply 4, posted (7 years 5 months 3 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 22746 times:
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Great report, nice follow up to the 1st TR.

Whilst there appear to be areas that need a little ironing, EY look pretty good from these couple of reports.

I quite fancy flying them myself one day, if only to ride the 345!

Rgds

Mark



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User currently offlineKaran69 From India, joined Oct 2004, 2893 posts, RR: 18
Reply 5, posted (7 years 5 months 3 weeks 1 hour ago) and read 22701 times:

Great read Roni, the pictures were just right only the thumbnails could have been a bit bigger but nevertheless all in all a great report.

Hey Roni does EY sell any aircraft models on board if so which ones??

Karan


User currently offlineRonerone From Jordan, joined Aug 2004, 1675 posts, RR: 53
Reply 6, posted (7 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 8 hours ago) and read 22450 times:

Quoting Karan69 (Reply 5):
Great read Roni, the pictures were just right only the thumbnails could have been a bit bigger but nevertheless all in all a great report.

Thanx Karan. Actually, is there a way to make the thumbnails bigger? Would love to know how if possible.

Just like you mentioned earlier, i had some difficulty trying to compile this TR because not much action happened.

Quoting Karan69 (Reply 5):
Hey Roni does EY sell any aircraft models on board if so which ones??

Well a friend of mine flew EY to DEL several months back and he bought me two models (A332 and A345) however, when i flew them this time, they didnt have any and their Duty Free magazine didnt show any for sale. So i am not sure.

Roni



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User currently offlineKaran69 From India, joined Oct 2004, 2893 posts, RR: 18
Reply 7, posted (7 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 8 hours ago) and read 22445 times:

Quoting Ronerone (Reply 6):
Well a friend of mine flew EY to DEL several months back and he bought me two models (A332 and A345) however, when i flew them this time,

Can you provide some details on them---Scale [1:400/500] and if 1:500 is 1:400 available??

I simply love the combination of colours Etihad use on their aircraft

Karan


User currently offlineRonerone From Jordan, joined Aug 2004, 1675 posts, RR: 53
Reply 8, posted (7 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 6 hours ago) and read 22401 times:

Quoting Karan69 (Reply 7):
Can you provide some details on them---Scale [1:400/500] and if 1:500 is 1:400 available??

Karan,

They are both Herpa Wings.

My A332 is 1:500 (i think) and i took a pic of it for you:

http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m189/ronerone/IMG_0696.jpg

My A345 is 1:600 (according to www.scale360.com) and it looks exactly as this pic (couldnt take a pic of mine as it is in my office):




However, my A332 is smaller than the A345 so i am not sure which is what scale. I do not think that they come in 1:400, but i am also unsure.

Hope that helps.

Roni



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User currently offlineSR 103 From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 1740 posts, RR: 39
Reply 9, posted (7 years 5 months 2 weeks 5 days 20 hours ago) and read 22284 times:

Quoting Ronerone (Reply 2):
I believe you are referring to MH right?

Yes, MH is my number two airline.

Quoting Ronerone (Reply 2):
In fact you are right, i should try something different, and maybe even KE.

The thing about KE out of DXB is that they fly a 330 which is a rather rotten aircraft to fly in coach. No PTVs and DXB-ICN is a long flight where they may come in handy. I'd say look into some of these routings:
1. DXB-KUL-HKG on Malaysian
2. DXB-SIN-HKG on Singapore Airlines (On my top list but CX, MH and KE can easily beat them in my opinion)
3. DXB/AUH-DOH-HKG on Qatar
4. DXB-BKK-HKG on Thai (same problem as KE, no PTV's on the 330 serving DXB)
5. DXB-CAN-HKG on Kenyan and Dragonair
6. AUH-TPE-HKG on China Airlines (I hear service is very good)
7. AUH-BKK-HKG on Etihad and Kenyan/Etihopean/China Airlines/Emirates/Air India/Cathay Pacific/Thai
8. AUH-MNL-HKG on Etihad and Cathay Pacific

Quoting Ronerone (Reply 2):
By the way, What will u be flying from the US to India? I believe EY will be for your return back to the USA right?

Sadly it won't be anything interesting. I tried so hard to get KLM or even fly Air France First Class with my miles. In the end it came down to Delta or Air France, so I am flying JFK-CDG-BOM on Air France in Business. However I'll grab a few more menus for you. I also have a domestic trip in India on Kingfisher and Jet Airways coming up, so I'll be able to grab a few goodies for you.

SR 103


User currently offlineRonerone From Jordan, joined Aug 2004, 1675 posts, RR: 53
Reply 10, posted (7 years 5 months 2 weeks 5 days 8 hours ago) and read 22158 times:

Quoting SR 103 (Reply 9):
1. DXB-KUL-HKG on Malaysian
2. DXB-SIN-HKG on Singapore Airlines (On my top list but CX, MH and KE can easily beat them in my opinion)
3. DXB/AUH-DOH-HKG on Qatar
4. DXB-BKK-HKG on Thai (same problem as KE, no PTV's on the 330 serving DXB)
5. DXB-CAN-HKG on Kenyan and Dragonair
6. AUH-TPE-HKG on China Airlines (I hear service is very good)
7. AUH-BKK-HKG on Etihad and Kenyan/Etihopean/China Airlines/Emirates/Air India/Cathay Pacific/Thai
8. AUH-MNL-HKG on Etihad and Cathay Pacific

You forgot 9. AUH-SIN-HKG with SQ (3 times a week)

I completely forgot about about China Airlines. I also hear they have good service.

This option does sound attractive actually. Let's see.

Thanks!
R



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User currently offlineKaran69 From India, joined Oct 2004, 2893 posts, RR: 18
Reply 11, posted (7 years 5 months 2 weeks 5 days 3 hours ago) and read 22087 times:

Quoting Ronerone (Reply 8):
hey are both Herpa Wings.

Hey Roni thanks for the pics, just as i thought mate they would'nt suit as i primarily collect 1:400 scale.

Karan


User currently offlineTR763 From Brazil, joined Mar 2001, 779 posts, RR: 14
Reply 12, posted (7 years 5 months 2 weeks 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 21790 times:

Ronerone,

Once again very nice TR! Congrats!
I´ll look forward to read your future reports!

Rgs!
TR763



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User currently offlineAleksandar From Serbia, joined Jul 2000, 3236 posts, RR: 32
Reply 13, posted (7 years 4 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 21023 times:

Now, there is only one thing I can't understand. How did I miss both TRs? Well, they are both very good, but I'm waiting for something extra when you travel to NYC. After all, those flights are not long enough. Since TRs are my major source in finding more about service of certain airlines, I still can't make my mind about Etihad. Sometimes they look impressive, but on other times, well.....

Quoting Ronerone (Thread starter):
After finishing my soda and having a cigarette, I thought I would go to the duty free to see what model airplanes they sell.

Too bad you couldn't find any. Anyway, that photo of the plane you posted later looks very nice.

Quoting Ronerone (Thread starter):
One final picture, goodies I took back home:

I'm glad to see it. Now, I know I'm not the only one who takes goodies from plane home  Wink



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User currently offlineRonerone From Jordan, joined Aug 2004, 1675 posts, RR: 53
Reply 14, posted (7 years 4 months 2 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 20688 times:

Hi Aleksandar,

Thank you for reading my TR. I am glad you enjoyed it.

Quoting Aleksandar (Reply 13):
but I'm waiting for something extra when you travel to NYC.

Unfortunately, i am not taking this trip to JFK in the near future. Plans have changed, and so i will be going elsewhere. Do expect a TR on it though  Smile however a non-EY one  Smile

Quoting Aleksandar (Reply 13):
After all, those flights are not long enough.

You are right. AMM is definitely not the indicator of how true EY service is all about.


Thanks again for your comments.

Roni



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User currently offlineAleksandar From Serbia, joined Jul 2000, 3236 posts, RR: 32
Reply 15, posted (7 years 4 months 1 week 6 days 14 hours ago) and read 20519 times:

Quoting Ronerone (Reply 14):
Unfortunately, i am not taking this trip to JFK in the near future.

Oh, I'm sorry about to hear that  Sad

Quoting Ronerone (Reply 14):
Plans have changed, and so i will be going elsewhere. Do expect a TR on it though   however a non-EY one  

I do eagerly expect your TRs. I just hope they would come soon.

Quoting Ronerone (Reply 14):
Thanks again for your comments.

You're welcome  bigthumbsup 



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User currently offlineMk777 From United States of America, joined Oct 2006, 1195 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (7 years 4 months 1 week 6 days 4 hours ago) and read 20414 times:

very intersting TR. I enjoyed your part I as well. It gives an insight to EY's service and the airports in the Middle east- AMM and AUH.

I think you are right about the AMM airport, looks quite dingy and boring. AUH airport looks too dark for my liking. I guess the new EY terminal will bring a lot of improvement.

Any plans for EY to fly into IAD? QR just started their service, not sure how they are doing but it gives me another option (i am hoping better than the European carriers, except KL (i like them)) to fly into DEL on them from Dulles.

Thanks for the insight, looks like both your flights for the short route were not too bad and i can't wait to read your upcoming TR's  Smile

M



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User currently offlineRonerone From Jordan, joined Aug 2004, 1675 posts, RR: 53
Reply 17, posted (7 years 4 months 1 week 5 days 13 hours ago) and read 20294 times:

Hi Mk777,

Quoting Mk777 (Reply 16):
very intersting TR.

Thank you for reading my TR and for your comments.

Quoting Mk777 (Reply 16):
I think you are right about the AMM airport, looks quite dingy and boring. AUH airport looks too dark for my liking. I guess the new EY terminal will bring a lot of improvement.

I agree. Both airports are old and run-down.

The new EY terminal will bring in some improvement by adding additional gate capacity and by offering a wider range of shopping etc. However, the terminal itself is going to be quite basic with no rif-raf.

I would look forward to the upcoming Midfield Terminal, which, when built and operated, will be a totally new 'face' to AUH Airport.


Regards,
Roni



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User currently offlineBNE From Australia, joined Mar 2000, 3189 posts, RR: 12
Reply 18, posted (7 years 4 months 1 week 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 20177 times:

Quoting Ronerone (Thread starter):
By 4:40pm the fasten seat belt sign went on and a departure announcement was made. Here it is:

Thanks for the video; its actually good to hear the expressions and terms they use; also useful to know exactly how Etihad is pronounced

Quoting Ronerone (Thread starter):
After that, the crew came around with water as a pre-departure drink. I thought that was a nice touch as I haven't seen that before in economy, except for that one time KLM introduced a similar pre-departure drink service in economy that consisted of a choice between OJ and water

I was once on an Air Pacific Flight in 1999 when they offered a pre-departure drink.

Thanks for the trip report.



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