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Philippine Island Hopping: CEB-DVO-CEB 2P 737-200  
User currently offlineLufthansa747 From Philippines, joined May 1999, 3201 posts, RR: 33
Posted (7 years 3 months 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 12175 times:

I had planned to use my expiring Mabuhay Miles for some domestic trips while staying in Cebu. However, availability on Air Philippines operated flights was downright poor at the last minute and PR also charges a processing fee of $30-50 on awards booked less than 9 days before departure. Thus, it was even cheaper to just book regular fares on philippineairlines.com for PHP 768++ CEB-DVO and PHP 568++ DVO-CEB.

E-ticket receipt
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22 September 2007
Mactan Cebu International (CEB/RPVM) – Davao Francisco Bangoy International (DVO/RPMD)
Air Philippines 2P/GAP 026
Boeing 737-2B7 Adv
RP-C8001 [Delivered to USAir 19DEC83]
0955-1050 – On Time
Economy Class, Seat 21A


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Took a taxi to the airport at around 7.45am, and as usual the driver begged for PHP 200 instead of the metered rate. It may not be a lot of money, but the meter is there for a reason. After years in Asia, this sort of behaviour is really getting on my nerves these days. I would most certainly have paid the 200 anyway, but it should be up to me whether I tip them or not. Also, don’t expect any Thai/Filipino/Indonesian taxi have any change, so better bring small notes. The trip was quick, and I found myself rather early at the deserted Air Philippines check-in counter.

Asked for a seat in the back for proper Pratt & Whitney provided audio entertainment, and got the last row. Proper boarding passes both ways this time instead of the pieces of paper on MNL-OZC.


There’s pretty much nothing to do at the departure lounge, so I just sat and waited for the trio of Air Philippines B737-200s to arrive. There are flights to Davao, General Santos and Bacolod all at 0955am. A 2P agent hauled a huge pile of newspapers to the gate – obviously meant for their staff and not passengers since the gate agents and F/As all had copies while none of the at least 200 papers were distributed to passengers.

Three classics landed one after the other, and all three Air Philippines flights were called at the same time. As luck would have it, 8001 was assigned for DVO, the same aircraft that I just flew MNL-OZC the week before. Unfortunately it seems not only the RP-C2xxx series non-advanced 222s have been retired, the 3000 series 2H6 Advs are nowhere to be seen either anymore. Nobody bothered to say hello, and one male F/A seemed rather pissed off I had 21A where he was reading a newspaper instead of greeting passengers...

A company 737 and CEB tower seen from my seat 21A
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We were pushed back on time, CEB terminal in the background
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Cebu Pacific had three Airbuses present, two pictured here
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Holding short of runway 22
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The good old PWs spooled up, and a very noisy takeoff followed as usual when sitting in the rear of a B737-200. The window was full of scratches, so apologies for photo quality. As usual with the lazy Air Philippines crews, a male F/A read a newspaper sitting in 21F instead of his jumpseat during the whole flight, including takeoff and landing...
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Turning left after departure
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Legroom was great, but the seats very tired
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Broken armrest
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Reaching cruising altitude
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There was zero service on this flight just like on MNL-OZC. Philippineairlines.com where I booked the flight (as PR codeshare) mentions “complimentary refreshments on all flights 45minutes and over”. CDB-DVO has a 55min flight time listed, so that’s misleading to say the least. However, the same male F/A not bothering to take his jumpseat decided he needs breakfast, and proceeded to eat a bag of potato chips while reading the newspaper. Beyond ridiculous and extremely tacky looking to pax if you ask me. Such food should be consumed in the galley.

Decided to check out the rear lavatory – not only was there a disgusting smell, it was in rather shabby condition as well.

Warning
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Pretty hard to tamper with the said smoke detector when it’s gone
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Nice looking lavatory wall and locking device


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Cabin shot from the back
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Views through the scratched window
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Approaching Davao
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Another cabin view during approach
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High-end housing under the approach path...
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Touchdown
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The bucket reverser, with appropriate sounds in the cabin of course
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Again, no taxiway like in OZC, so we taxied to the terminal using the runway
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Davao tower
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The new terminal at DVO is perhaps the nicest in the country
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At gate 4
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Manila bound Cebu Pacific A320
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RP-C8001
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Rather self explanatory


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I went to the SM City Davao mall to have some lunch and surfed the internet, would have been too long to wait 6h at the airport. It was a surprise for me how small Davao looked like, I expected something like Cebu to be honest. Taxi was around PHP 160 each way airport-SM.

22 September 2007
Davao Francisco Bangoy International (DVO/RPMD) – Mactan Cebu International (CEB/RPVM)
Air Philippines 2P/GAP 025
Boeing 737-2B7 Adv
RP-C8006 [Delivered to USAir 22DEC82]
1715-1810 – Delayed 1915-2010
Economy Class, Seat 21F


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Back at the airport, terminal building
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I had planned to fly Sriwijaya DVO-MDC to get to Indonesia, however they only sell full fare Y apparently and it isn’t the easiest of tasks to buy tickets for that weekly flight.

Old banner mentioning 2 flights per week, it’s down to 1 now
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If anybody wants to use this exotic flight, I guess a call to the number listed might get you tickets
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Have a look at the future routes, somebody at SJ must have lost touch with reality...
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Merpati also had a stand at the airport, apparently they fly MDC/TTE/UPG-DVO sometimes.
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Domestic check-in area
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2P announcing the termination of Mabuhay Miles partnership. Considering my experiences with the airline, “valued passengers” should be replaced with “self loading cargo”.


Domestic departures
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Never seen this one before
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Check in opened 10 minutes late, 1h50min before scheduled departure. Asked for last row and got 21F.
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Security was deserted, and I walked through without a problem. However, I was told to go back and remove my sandals ... Hello, I didn’t even set off the detector??? They seem to have gone nuts after the bombing here – the curbside reminds me that of JW Marriott Jakarta with the first few lanes blocked from traffic. Purchased a bottle of water after security and was told I’m not allowed to take it out of the cafe. Now I’ve seen it all.

Philippine Airlines flights were on time, 5J had every single flight hours late. They even offered dinner at the gate for one that was 3h delayed. This has been going on since the switch from DC9s to A319/320s, perhaps a realistic schedule would be the first step trying to correct that? After a while, the Air Philippines check-in agent came to inform me that if I have any connections I should be aware that the flight is delayed. He wore a pink polo shirt instead of company uniform. Considering this and F/As wearing winter coats, I’m sure 2P wouldn’t give a rat’s ass if you showed up at work wearing a clown’s uniform.

1815 was listed as the new departure time on the screens, there were no announcements whatsoever while Cebu Pacific at least kept their passengers updated and even offered the dinner. Finally, at around 7pm, RP-C8006 taxied to the gate and boarding began ten minutes later.

Two foreigners decided to make a fuss about the delay and their connecting flight. Even accused the agent of the “additional Cebu stop that was never mentioned”. Hello?? Take a look at your ticket and try to figure out it doesn’t take 2h45min to get from DVO to MNL nonstop. Sorry but I have no sympathy for idiots booking separate tickets on unreliable airlines and then missing their connecting flights. Sure, the information about the delay was pathetic at best but 2P or the gate agent have nothing to do with the connecting separate ticket so why bring it up at all.

Crew on this flight was even less interested on greeting passengers than on MNL-OZC or CEB-MNL if that’s possible. Considering the airline offers no service on board, the F/As are basically just sitting aboard the plane all day, so the least they could do is being polite and friendly. The cabin was in a terrible shape, lets look at some examples.

Interesting position of the traytables in 21ABC
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Nicely fitting seatcover
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Duct tape is always good
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Seatcover of 20A fits nicely...
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We pushed back exactly two hours late at 1915, and it was raining very heavily at this point. Davao airport isn’t exactly busy, so there was no wait for takeoff. Great noise from the engines and rattling cabin fixtures on takeoff – I love these 737-200s.

Poor pic of the old style seatbelt and smoking signs – hard to take since I find the rear section of B737-200s is constantly “moving”. You feel that especially if seated in the front and using the rear lav.
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No cabin service on this flight, so it was a very uneventful 42-minute flight to Cebu.
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I of course enjoyed the B737-200 very much since they’re getting very rare these days. Was also nice to visit a new airport and city, Davao namely. But I’m now fully convinced that Air Philippines is an airline with appalling service and horrible on-time performance. Both flights were about 50% full, so they can’t be doing too well on the route with the fuel-thirsty B737-200.

Hope you enjoyed.


Air Asia Super Elite, Cebu Pacific Titanium
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User currently offlineRyanair!!! From Australia, joined Mar 2002, 4757 posts, RR: 25
Reply 1, posted (7 years 3 months 4 days 11 hours ago) and read 12001 times:

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Nobody bothered to say hello, and one male F/A seemed rather pissed off I had 21A where he was reading a newspaper instead of greeting passengers...



Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
a male F/A read a newspaper sitting in 21F instead of his jumpseat during the whole flight, including takeoff and landing...



Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
However, the same male F/A not bothering to take his jumpseat decided he needs breakfast, and proceeded to eat a bag of potato chips while reading the newspaper. Beyond ridiculous and extremely tacky looking to pax if you ask me. Such food should be consumed in the galley.

Good god... This airline takes bad service to a new low. I am very sure he was a reject from PAL otherwise why would he be breaking every rule in the cabin crew book?

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Pretty hard to tamper with the said smoke detector when it’s gone

Hahahahaha... good one there, Lari. But seriously, isn't that a violation of some fundamental aviation rule here? But then again, I don't think anyone cares.

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Considering this and F/As wearing winter coats, I’m sure 2P wouldn’t give a rat’s ass if you showed up at work wearing a clown’s uniform.

Hahahaha... Another good one. Why would their FAs be wearing winter coats?

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Take a look at your ticket and try to figure out it doesn’t take 2h45min to get from DVO to MNL nonstop. Sorry but I have no sympathy for idiots booking separate tickets on unreliable airlines and then missing their connecting flights. Sure, the information about the delay was pathetic at best but 2P or the gate agent have nothing to do with the connecting separate ticket so why bring it up at all.

You'd be surprised how clueless some people can be, even frequent travellers! However, if they were Caucasians travelling for the first time in Asia, it can be a pretty daunting experience. I am very sure prioir to this trip, they have never even heard of Davao and Cebu!



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User currently offlineThaiA345 From Indonesia, joined Oct 2006, 888 posts, RR: 16
Reply 2, posted (7 years 3 months 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 11874 times:

Hi Lari ..another interesting and great TR from you, I am really starting to think that service, professionalism and on time performance ain't that bad afterall in Indonesia ahhahahaha  Smile

User currently offlineLatinplane From United States of America, joined exactly 15 years ago today! , 2738 posts, RR: 14
Reply 3, posted (7 years 3 months 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 11842 times:

And again, I really enjoyed this one too!  Big grin

I wonder why Air Phils is terminating its partnership with PAL in regards to its Mabuhay Miles? As I understand, Air Philippines is PAL's "Low-Frills" subsidiary that competes with the other low-cost airlines that provide domestic service in the Philippines. PAL's FF program gave Air Phils a competitive advantage over the rest of the airlines. Perhaps someone can explain.

 Smile LatinPlane


User currently onlineTK787 From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 4478 posts, RR: 12
Reply 4, posted (7 years 3 months 4 days 3 hours ago) and read 11810 times:

Thanks,
Love the sense of humor, especially the tray table at 20A.


User currently offlineDebonair From Germany, joined Jan 2004, 2473 posts, RR: 4
Reply 5, posted (7 years 3 months 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 11683 times:

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
If anybody wants to use this exotic flight, I guess a call to the number listed might get you tickets

handeled by "PSALM HAVEN TRAVEL AND TOURS" - do you need a bibel to fly with them?

GREAT TR! btw. what are you doing now after leaving BKK?


User currently offlineKL808 From United States of America, joined May 1999, 1585 posts, RR: 2
Reply 6, posted (7 years 3 months 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 11673 times:

Great report Lari.

I come to DVO each time I visit the Philippines, and I totally agree that its one of the nicest airports in the Philippines.

Like you said, you should try and avoid 2P like the plague. But if your looking to fly a 732 this is the carrier to do it in.

Too bad you stayed only a couple of hours in DVO, you should have taken your family for a nice weekend trip. Pretty nice laid back city and safe too.

Drew



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User currently offlineBA319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8596 posts, RR: 54
Reply 7, posted (7 years 3 months 18 hours ago) and read 11399 times:
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Hi Lari,

Another good read and matching set of picture, well done  Smile

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
A 2P agent hauled a huge pile of newspapers to the gate – obviously meant for their staff and not passengers since the gate agents and F/As all had copies while none of the at least 200 papers were distributed to passengers.



Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
one male F/A seemed rather pissed off I had 21A where he was reading a newspaper instead of greeting passengers...



Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
As usual with the lazy Air Philippines crews, a male F/A read a newspaper sitting in 21F instead of his jumpseat during the whole flight, including takeoff and landing...

- Poor, very poor, total breach of regulations here, someone should send in the inspectors.

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Philippineairlines.com where I booked the flight (as PR codeshare) mentions “complimentary refreshments on all flights 45minutes and over”. CDB-DVO has a 55min flight time listed, so that’s misleading to say the least

- If something is advertised, you expect it, pretty poor.

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
the same male F/A not bothering to take his jumpseat decided he needs breakfast, and proceeded to eat a bag of potato chips while reading the newspaper. Beyond ridiculous and extremely tacky looking to pax if you ask me. Such food should be consumed in the galley.

- Hmm, guy is a joke.

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Pretty hard to tamper with the said smoke detector when it’s gone

- That's unsafe, surely it should not be allowed to fly revenue passengers with it missing?

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Purchased a bottle of water after security and was told I’m not allowed to take it out of the cafe. Now I’ve seen it all.

- Any reason? - seems totally mad!

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
1815 was listed as the new departure time on the screens, there were no announcements whatsoever while Cebu Pacific at least kept their passengers updated and even offered the dinner

- Seems to show who is the quality airline out of these 2.

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Sorry but I have no sympathy for idiots booking separate tickets on unreliable airlines and then missing their connecting flights. Sure, the information about the delay was pathetic at best but 2P or the gate agent have nothing to do with the connecting separate ticket so why bring it up at all.

- Too true, I'd never do it, even if on a reliable carrier I'd leave plenty of time, perhaps even a day between flights, you never know what is going to happen!

Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Poor pic of the old style seatbelt and smoking signs – hard to take since I find the rear section of B737-200s is constantly “moving”. You feel that especially if seated in the front and using the rear lav.

- It's quite a cool picture actually.

Thanks again Lari, great read.

Regards

Mark



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User currently offlineB747forever From Sweden, joined May 2007, 17152 posts, RR: 10
Reply 8, posted (7 years 1 month 4 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 11107 times:

Really good TR with really good pics.

Would love to fly in the 732, but not in 2P 732s, looks horrible.

Thank you for sharing.

B747forever.



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User currently offlineAirlineBrat From United States of America, joined Jan 2005, 657 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (7 years 2 weeks 5 days 14 hours ago) and read 10614 times:



Quoting Lufthansa747 (Thread starter):
Considering this and F/As wearing winter coats, I’m sure 2P wouldn’t give a rat’s ass if you showed up at work wearing a clown’s uniform.

That has to be the best comment I have read all month  Wink


Lari;

I have been enjoying all your reports. Sounds like quite a wild ride over there hopping around the region on old clunkers. I miss flying on 737-200's. I still have more of your reports to check out, better get reading........

Cheers,

Jim



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