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50 Days In Asia W/ A 5-Star Airline: Part 3 (pics)  
User currently offlineJetBlue777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 1458 posts, RR: 1
Posted (3 years 12 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 16642 times:



Hey guys! This is the 3rd and last part of my "50 Days in Asia with a 5-Star Airline Trip Report" It took a while to make the 3rd part since school started and I didnt have the time to make it, so here it goes..

Other parts of the trip report:

50 Days In Asia W/ A 5-Star Airline: Part 1 (pics) (by JetBlue777 Sep 2 2010 in Trip Reports)
50 Days In Asia: Island Paradise, Part 2 (pics) (by JetBlue777 Sep 19 2010 in Trip Reports)


This part will only include my flights with Asiana, I will make a separate trip report for my PR flight in the Philippines

OZ 702: MNL-ICN
OZ 222: ICN-JFK


After spending nearly 2 months in my home country, it was time to go home to New York. It was an amazing experience seeing my grandparents, cousins and other relatives as well as experiencing the beaches in Boracay Island. After spending 10 days in Manila, it was time for our flight back to JFK. Our flight to ICN will depart at 12:50PM, we woke up at 6AM, went down to the hotel lobby and had a quick breakfast. After breakfast, we prepared ourselves, packed our bags and headed out to the airport. We were met by a hotel representative at the hotel lobby and he guided us to the van that would take us to MNL. OZ operates at NAIA's terminal 1, where all international airlines are. Terminal 1 is old, cramped and shabby but it serves its purpose. The drive was about 30 minutes, so in no time we were dropped by the driver at NAIA 1. The funny thing was we entered at the Priority Lane for Business Class passengers, oh well, when they checked our tickets the lady didnt say a thing. Pre-security was relatively fast, as usual, unfriendly staff at the airport. We searched for OZ's check-in area with the help of a friendly gentlemen. We were actually the 2nd one who got into the OZ check-in area, it was still closed so we had to wait. We were at the airport by 8:19 AM, and the check-in desks were due to open by 9:30AM, so we were very EARLY. Anyways, we were standing there when a friendly airport agent that worked for OZ gave seats to the elderly and women, so it was a nice thing of him. Time went by fast and check-in desks started to open.


On our way to the airport


Terminal 1 of MNL


People lining up for JetStar to SIN and CI to TPE


Asiana


8:26AM - the check-in desks were due to open at 9:30AM


Asiana Banner


Check-in area


Old-style FIDS


Priority Check-In for US-Bound Passengers


Their little presentation - a very nice touch


US Bound Passengers

Before they started accepting people for check-in, they had a little random presentation, they were basically welcoming passengers and thanking them for flying with Asiana Airlines. A very nice touch!

They had a separate line for passengers who were bound for the United States, the family in-front of us was also going to the US, they were 2 desks for US bound passengers, they went to the first one, we went to the latter.

The agent was very friendly. She was very accommodating to us and she showed real smiles! I asked her if 10A and B (bulkhead seats) were available:

"Hello, is 10A and B available?"
"Hold on, let me check."
She went away and went to the Asiana Club line, seconds later, she came back
"I'm sorry, those are reserved for high milers only, I could give you 11A and B. would that be okay.?"
"Sure, that would be good."

She processed our boarding passes and handed it. Unfortunately, she placed my OZ Club FF instead of my UA Mileage Plus and I realized that when we were at the gate area. Anyways, I got my miles transferred to my UA account weeks later.

She weighed in our baggage and unfortunately, one of our luggage was overweight. She said that we could transfer some of the weight to our other bag, thankfully, my mom bought an extra bag so we transferred some of the weight to that bag. An OZ staff came to us and actually helped us with our luggage problem! He helped us transfer our stuff and weighed in our luggage. The OZ agents tried their best so we don't have to pay fees and they even helped us with it! Thumbs up to Asiana!

After checking-in, we went to the immigration area. Since my mom is an OFW Worker and I'm not, I have to go to a separate line and pay for the terminal fee. Terminal fee was 750PHP, which was a bit steep considering the terminal is shabby and old. We proceeded to the gate area and waited for the boarding time. My mom fell asleep since she had some tummy issues while me, being an aviation freak went around the terminal and took tons of pics. There was a KLM 772 boarding for AMS. The gate area got more crowded and boarding time came.

On our way to the gate area


Duty Free Area with the "Nice and Stylish" Blue floor


Old and run down. They seriously need to move Int'l flights to the "new" terminal 3


Delta SkyClub


JAL Lounge


OZ Lounge (MASCOR)


Gate Area


Boarding - KLM 772 to AMS.


KLM 777


KLM 777 again


CX 747 to HKG


Gate Area


Boeing Beauty


Ready for departure


PR A333


Mandarin E190 to Kaohsiung


Taking off


Taking off


Push back


Ready for departure to AMS


KLM 777 and a little insect


Definitely is! OZ competes with KE, PR and 5J on the MNL-ICN-MNL route. OZ has 2 daily flights to ICN, A321 and A330-300.


CI A330





Wildlife in action @MNL


CX 744 from HKG, sorry for the blurriness


Gate Area


PR A319


CI A333 taking off to TPE


There she goes again


Asiana Banner


Gulf Air A332 to BAH. I like this pic  
CX 747 taxiing for take-off. CX has a huge presence here in MNL, it's the biggest international carrier besides PR and 5J.


Our A/C arriving


HL 7741



At around 10 minutes before 12PM, HL7741 operating as OZ 701 arrived from ICN. This time it was an older A330 with the older OZ livery. HL7441 taxied to Gate 11 then passengers started to disembark. Boarding began at 1215PM, first with Business Class Passengers, Star Alliance Gold Members and passengers that needed assistance boarding the A/C. We were seated on the 2nd row of economy class, hence, we will be among the last to board the A/C.

10 minutes later, they announced that they are now welcoming all remaining passengers, we walked to the podium and a friendly OZ agent tore our boarding passes and wished us a pleasant flight. We walked through Door 2L where we were greeted by the head purser as well as 2 other FAs. She guided as to our seats, 11A and B, the 2nd row of economy class.

CONTINUED BELOW


It's a cultural thing.
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User currently offlineJetBlue777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 1458 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (3 years 12 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 16644 times:



FLIGHT 9: OZ 702 MNL-ICN

Origin: Manila - Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Metro Manila, Philippines
Destination: Seoul - Incheon International Airport, Incheon, S.Korea
Airline: Asiana Airlines (OZ)
Aircraft: Airbus A330-300
Reg.: HL7741
Seat No: 11A
ETD: 12:50, August 23, 2010
ATD: 13:05, August 23, 2010 - Delayed 15 Minutes
ETA: 17:45, August 23, 2010
ATA: 17:50, August 23, 2010 - Delayed 5 Minutes


A330-300


Spotless cabin


Philippine Taekwondo Team Boarding


Boarding pass, I was assigned to 12B, but I took my mom assigned seat, 12A since I had this thing going on: In all of the flights I took, I ALWAYS sat on the window seat. So I wouldn't want that record to be broken  
Our A/C's reflection


PTV


Remote control


Rows 10 and 11


Cabin


Wing view


JAL 767 arriving from NRT


JL 767



Boarding was finished on-time, however, we were delayed for about 15 minutes due to heavy traffic. At that time, everybody was settled with about 98% load factor in Y and 30% in J Class. Since 10B (bulkhead) was available, I wanted to move there; however; some guy in 12B took it.  
JetStar A320 to SIN


.


Safety video


JL 767 and BR 747/Combi


Terminal 1


CX 744 to HKG and JetStar Taking off to SIN


BR 747 pushing back to TPE


Push back


CX 744 to HKG


CX 744


Taxiing for take off


Saudi 744


Saudi and PR 744





Safety video was played and cabin announcements were announced and in no time we were ready for take-off

TAKE OFF VIDEO:



Flying over Manila


Window

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View across the cabin


PTV


Just for Laughs


We accelerated down Runway 6 and after a very long take-off roll, we lifted off for our 4 Hour flight to Seoul-Incheon.

After passing 10,000 FT, the seat belt sign was turned off and in-flight service commenced. The smell of scrumptious food started to fill the cabin. The FAs started handing out hot towels and there were very hot! At that time I was dead hungry, the last time I ate was at the hotel and that was nearly 6 Hours ago! The head FA came to our row and knelt down and asked us for our choices. This time it was Beef or Fish. I chose the beef and my mom chose the fish. She asked us for our choice of drinks and said "Enjoy" with a smile.  

The meal was really good. It's by far the best meal I've ever eaten on board any flight. The beef had a lot of flavor in it, the meal also came with a chocolate cake and some kind of salad. All of it was really really good, or was I just hungry?  

After eating, I tried to watch some shows and movies. Unlike the 747, the choices was smaller but sufficient for a 4hr flight. I decided to listen to some music as well as check out the in-flight moving map. What I found annoying was I can't listen to my music while watching the moving map, instead, the moving map had some old folk's music playing.

I then decided to walk around the cabin and visit the lavatory. There was a lavatory in the front of us but I decided to visit the rear most lavatory so I could walk around and stretch.


Cruising altitude


The FA started handing out meals


Beverages


The Meal


Flying over Taiwan


Cruising Altitude


Cabin


Rear Cabin


Cabin


Galley



People sleeping


When i got back to my seat, I fell asleep. I woke up when we were starting our descent to ICN. We were flying over S.Korea and the sun was about to set, so the scenery was brilliant.


Wingview


Somewhere over S.Korea


Almost there!


Engine


Speed breaks deployed on initial descent


Dirty windows


29 More miles to go!


Final descent


Minutes later, we started our final descent to Seoul-Incheon. The weather wasn't that good either, flaps were extended and the FAs announced in Korean, English and Filipino that we were about to land.

LANDING VIDEO:
[youtube link]


Satellite Terminal


KE 739


OZ 321


OZ 321


We touched down at ICN Airport at exactly 17:50, 5 minutes behind schedule. Touch down was smooth and we taxied to the main terminal for about 5 minutes. An SQ 77W was pushing back next to an EK A388 on the satellite terminal. We parked next to an OZ A321 and in no time we disembarked. We thanked the friendly FAs for another wonderful flight. Once again. transfer was hassle-free with friendly security agents. A lot of the people who were on the flight from MNL were also bound for JFK and the rest to ORD.


Engine


Disembarking


Jetway attached


Goodbye HL7741!


Transfer Information


ICN


Gate 41, our gate for our flight to JFK


KE772


Gate 41

Our flight to JFK was due to board at 19:30 and depart at 20:00 so we had less than 2 hours to roam around ICN. ICN is pretty amazing, clean and huge! We quickly went to find some food since we were a bit hungry. We settled in for some Vietnamese soup and boy it was huge!


Food Capital


Korean Sprite, it tasted different  
Vietnamese Beef Soup



After eating, we went to buy some souvenirs in the duty-free shopping area. Prices were a bit steep though. At that time, it was around 6:30, so we had an hour til' boarding time. We went to the free internet station where free internet and laptops were available. It was really nice! The internet stations were right next to Gate 41, our gate for our flight to JFK, so we were on the gate area in less than 30 seconds.


OZ Territory!


OZ 772 pushing back to ORD IIRC


HL7423 our ride to JFK tonight


Queen of the Skies!


Boeing 747-400/Combi


Nice big windows!


HL7423's reflection




HL7423, I was lucky enough to be on this bird on the return flight because on my outbound flight I was on HL7421 and OZ only has 2 747/Combis: HL7421 and HL7423


Our crew arriving


Boeing 747-400/Combi


OZ 777-200ER


Bound for Chicago-O'Hare(?)


Facebook on my PSP  
Gate 41


Boarding commenced on-time, once again, we were seated near the front of the plane so we were among the last ones to board the aircraft. Final boarding announcements were made and we lined up for boarding. Before boarding the A/C a friendly OZ agent handed a special OZ pen to each passenger commemorating OZ's daylight flight to JFK. Personally, I think it's kinda sad that they are phasing out the 747 and replacing it with the 777.  
Boarding


Boarding


Boarding pass with my old OZ Club number, I later transferred my miles to my UA Mileage Plus account


Long line


OZ 222 to JFK


Going down


OZ 767-300ER


Our ride


Waiting for final security inspection


Walking down the jetway




It's a cultural thing.
User currently offlineJetBlue777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 1458 posts, RR: 1
Reply 2, posted (3 years 12 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 16644 times:

FLIGHT 10: OZ 222 ICN-JFK

Origin: Seoul - Incheon International Airport, Incheon, S.Korea
Destination: New York - John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York, NY
Airline: Asiana Airlines (OZ)
Aircraft: Boeing 747-400/Combi
Reg.: HL7423
Seat No: 23A
ETD: 22:00, August 23, 2010
ATD: 22:04, August 23, 2010 - Delayed 4 Minutes
ETA: 21:00, August 23, 2010
ATA: 21:16, August 23, 2010 - Delayed 16 Minutes

OZ 222 would be one of the most memorable flights I've ever taken since I would experience Night ---> Sunrise ---> Full Day ----> Sunset ----> Night in 14 Hours.  

Before boarding the A/C a friendly ICN agent checked our hand luggage and wished us a pleasant flight. We boarded to Door 2L and 3 OZ FAs welcomed us onboard with an "Annyonghasseyo!" and they directed us to our seats. We turned left where our seat, 23 A and B were located. Since it was a 747-400 combi, the business class section is actually the front economy section while the J class is on the second deck.


Our seats, 23 A and B. Lotsa legroom!


Massive PTV: 10.6"


legroom


View across the cabin


Safety Card


Safety video


Cabin during taxi


Uh oh, rain!


Wing view

Boarding was finished and we pushed back 4 minutes behind schedule. The safety video was played and we taxied for a couple of minutes for take-off. As we were taxiing, drops of water started to fall from the overhead compartment over my seat, as well as Row 24 A. I quickly unbuckled my steabelt and called one of the FAs. She quickly ran to me and handed out a stack of paper towels and she was very apologetic. Turns out it was the A/C, it wasn't really a problem, however, I was hoping that I would get bumped to J or F  haha. just kidding.

The engines started to spool up and we accelerated down ICN's runway and we lifted off for our 14 Hour flight to JFK. After passing 10,000 ft, seat belt sign was turned off. At that time I immediately fell asleep. My mom woke me up when hot towel service commenced. The IFE wasn't turned on until we reached our cruising altitude, i dont know why. The choice for dinner was Steak or Bibimbap, I chose the steak, so did my mom. The steak wasn't that good compared to the one i had on OZ 221, but it was all right. I wasn't really hungry so I just ate the potatoes.


Error!


Once again, Steak, however, the steak on OZ 221 was better.


Meal


The first section of Y class


Decent movie selection


Beginning our Trans-Pacific hop


Cruising at 33,000 feet


International Date Line


After dinner, I fell asleep then hours later while flying over the Northern Pacific Ocean, I was greeted by stunning brilliant and awesome scenery! I could actually see the fan blades of the 747-400! 
Sun starting to rise


Cool blue effect


really nice


Engines


Engines


Nearing Alaska


Sunrise


.


Fan blades


My favorite wing view of the 747!


Once again


And again


and again...


Simply stunning


Sunrise


WOW.


Flying over Canada

2 Hours before landing, the second meal (2nd dinner) service began. Hot towels were handed out and FAs sprung into action. The choice was Fish or Ravioli, I chose the fish and my mom did too. The fish was really good. Once again, another excellent meal by OZ. The FAs kept walking around with beverages throughout the flight and that's the case for all of the four flights I took with OZ. Job well done by OZ.


Fish Meal


Fish and rice


Full day


Late afternoon


Canada


Canada


Almost there!


From Night, Sunrise, Full Day to Sunset then Night again!


Descending over upstate NY


Almost there


Ehrr...Houston..We have a problem.


We overflew JFK and flew over the Atlantic before touching down at JFK's Runway 4R

Seat belt sign was turned on and the FAs prepared the cabin for landing. We made some sharp turns over the Atlantic, it was clear that we would be delayed since we were still flying by 21:00. Eventually, we touched down at 21:16 at JFK's Runway 4R, 16 minutes behind schedule. Touch down was smooth, we taxied to Terminal 4 for nearly 10 minutes while an XL France 767 follows us behind. It was a race to Terminal 4!


Sorry for the blurriness


Ironically, we parked next to a KLM 747-400/Combi named "City of Seoul"


The Engines

Immigration was as usual slow and the agent....hmm..typical New Yorker. Our baggage took forever plus the luggage cart that we took was broken and we had to get a new one by the help of SUPER FRIENDLY JFK agents... Well, welcome to New York! We were finally out by 11PM, we grabbed a taxi and went home.


CONCLUSION on ASIANA AIRLINES

Asiana Airlines is by far the best airline I've ever taken. From ground service to in-flight service, everything was perfect. What makes Asiana Airlines the best airline I took was there incredible service from their passionate ground and flight crew. Check-In staffs in MNL and JFK are simply super friendly and helpful, especially the ground staff in MNL for helping us with our luggage problem. They went above and beyond their call of duty. In Flight service is outstanding. The FAs are friendly and caring, they actually show real smile and they are actually happy to serve you. The service didn't feel robotic or too rushed, it felt like a warm and homy service. The food is outstanding, all meals were served in real cutlery- an added style even for economy class passengers. The seat comfort on the 747 is beyond amazing, the recline was excellent and legroom is just outstanding. Asiana is simply outstanding in all aspects. I wouldn't hesitate to fly with them again on longhaul and shorthaul routes. I was impressed by Asiana, definitely impressed. I highly recommend OZ to everyone, they are an airline that a lot of people has never heard of so that's kind of sad. In conclusion, Asiana is one of the best airline out there.

I hope you have enjoyed these long series of trip reports  

Other trip reports:

50 Days In Asia W/ A 5-Star Airline: Part 1 (pics) (by JetBlue777 Sep 2 2010 in Trip Reports)
50 Days In Asia: Island Paradise, Part 2 (pics) (by JetBlue777 Sep 19 2010 in Trip Reports)
Virgin America & Southwest: JFK-LAX-SFO-JFK (pics) (by JetBlue777 Aug 29 2009 in Trip Reports)
Goodbye Asia, Hello America! With PR And EY (by JetBlue777 Jan 16 2010 in Trip Reports)
JFK-TPA-JFK On JetBlue (pics) (by JetBlue777 Jul 18 2009 in Trip Reports)



It's a cultural thing.
User currently offlineThe777Man From United States of America, joined Jul 1999, 6596 posts, RR: 55
Reply 3, posted (3 years 12 months 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 15573 times:

Nice report with nice pictures! It seems that OZ is a really nice carrier or Trans-Pacfic and intra-asia flights.

50 day is a really long time to be away.......I don't think I would want to be away for that long time.

The777Man



Need a Boeing 777 Firing Order....Further to fly....CI, MU, LX and LH 777s
User currently offlineJetBlue777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 1458 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (3 years 12 months 7 hours ago) and read 14753 times:

Quoting The777Man (Reply 3):
Nice report with nice pictures! It seems that OZ is a really nice carrier or Trans-Pacfic and intra-asia flights.

50 day is a really long time to be away.......I don't think I would want to be away for that long time.

The777Man

Thanks for reading, glad that you liked it! Yes 50 Days was really long and I got really bored.



It's a cultural thing.
User currently offlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2474 posts, RR: 16
Reply 5, posted (3 years 11 months 3 weeks 4 days 20 hours ago) and read 14059 times:

Nice report, I enjoyed reading all 3 parts of it. Is it me? or do the seats on the 330 look familiar to the seats on the US A330 (but with other clothing and much greater seat pitch.)?


Next trip report: Well worn A330s and Hassle free MUC transfer
User currently offlineJetBlue777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 1458 posts, RR: 1
Reply 6, posted (3 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 4 hours ago) and read 13787 times:

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 5):
Nice report, I enjoyed reading all 3 parts of it. Is it me? or do the seats on the 330 look familiar to the seats on the US A330 (but with other clothing and much greater seat pitch.)?

Now that I think of it, it does! Well the seats on the 747 are similar to that of SQ's on their 77W and A388, however, the remote control is on the seatback (on SQ)

Thanks for reading  

I'll make a separate trip report on the inter-island flights I took in the Philippines



It's a cultural thing.
User currently offlineJetBlue777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 1458 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (3 years 11 months 3 weeks 4 hours ago) and read 13325 times:

oops I forgot to post the link of the videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11V6lKGCG80
LANDING

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25EPeM5z-MA
TAKE OFF



It's a cultural thing.
User currently offlineEC001 From France, joined Jan 2009, 94 posts, RR: 7
Reply 8, posted (3 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 hours ago) and read 13270 times:

Hi there,

This is a very thorough report. I really enjoyed reading it and appreciated the nice pictures.

I really felt I was flying with OZ!

Good job!!

cheers from Paris,

orian


User currently offlineJetBlue777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 1458 posts, RR: 1
Reply 9, posted (3 years 11 months 2 weeks 5 days 3 hours ago) and read 12768 times:

Quoting EC001 (Reply 8):
Hi there,

This is a very thorough report. I really enjoyed reading it and appreciated the nice pictures.

I really felt I was flying with OZ!

Good job!!

cheers from Paris,

orian

Thanks for reading! I will be visiting your city next summer, hopefully.  



It's a cultural thing.
User currently offlineb707forever From United States of America, joined Dec 2007, 459 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (3 years 10 months 3 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 11649 times:

No doubt a trip of a lifetime to remember. I'm grateful you shared it with us. Thank You. Asiana looks a top rate service in Y.

User currently offlineJetBlue777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 1458 posts, RR: 1
Reply 11, posted (3 years 10 months 3 weeks 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 11238 times:

Quoting b707forever (Reply 10):
No doubt a trip of a lifetime to remember. I'm grateful you shared it with us. Thank You. Asiana looks a top rate service in Y.

Hi, thanks for reading! Glad that you liked it. Asiana is definitely one of the best airline in the world and their service in Y is top notch.  



It's a cultural thing.
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