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Not The Middle Seat! PER - HAM Part 2  
User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Posted (2 years 11 months 1 week 10 hours ago) and read 8653 times:

Early in May I took my mother on a trip to Hamburg as she had expressed a desire to see the city of her birth “one last time”. In Part 1, I described the booking experience, check-in and our flight from Perth to Dubai. In this part I will cover our use of the Emirates Business Class Lounge in Dubai and our connecting flight to Hamburg.

Arrival in Dubai

Once the aircraft had come to a full stop and the seat belt sign was dimmed we gathered our things together and made our way to the door. As we said our goodbyes a wheelchair was brought forward and my mother was helped into it. We made our way along the jet bridge and into the adjacent departure waiting room to use the lift up to the next level. Emerging from the lift we entered the duty free area of Terminal 1 before being taken to a small security screening point.

Once through security we were taken back into the duty free area and invited to board an electric buggy. There were a couple of other passengers who were able to join us on the buggy as it whisked us to the end of Terminal 1, tooting people out of the way as we went. At the start of Terminal 3 we transferred to another buggy to take us to the lift up to the lounges. Here we were met by another man with a wheelchair and we entered the lift to the lounge.



Taken on the run trying to keep up with the fellow with the wheelchair – sorry for poor quality.


On arrival in the Business Class Lounge we were directed to a special desk where we were advised of our departure gate and boarding time. “Your flight to Hamburg will be boarding at 8:15 and someone will come to collect you and take you to the gate. Enjoy your stay here in the Lounge, Mr and Mrs Q.”

The lounge is made up of several discrete areas each furnished in a different style. We found a table and chairs in the dining area and before leaving us the man pushing the wheelchair repeated what we had been told. He helped my mother out of the wheelchair into one of the seats and departed. As we had eaten shortly before arrival in Dubai we decided that all we would have was some orange juice for now.











The time passed pleasantly enough as we listened to announcements made in Arabic and English and watched the comings and goings of other passengers. Some wore typical western attire while others were dressed in traditional Arab robes and headdress. Yet others wore saris or brightly coloured clothes from western African countries.







Anyone know where ZZF might be?


Eventually we heard, “Emirates passengers travelling on flight EK 059 to Hamburg please proceed to gate 213 for boarding.”

A young man appeared at our table and enquired, “Are you Mrs Q travelling to Hamburg?”

“Yes, I am.”

“May I just check your passport, please?”

He checked the name on the boarding card against the passport to make sure that he was collecting the right person and helped my mother into the wheelchair. We then made our way down in the lift and to the gate. Boarding had just commenced and we were able to jump ahead of the queue and go down to the aircraft

[Edited 2011-05-22 20:06:50]

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User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 1, posted (2 years 11 months 1 week 10 hours ago) and read 8651 times:

Aboard the aircraft
Flight Number: EK059 DXBHAM Date: 07 May 2011 09:00
Type: Boeing 777-300
Registration: A6 – EMM
Class: J Seats: 9D and 9E
SDT: 09:00 ADT: 08:59
SAT: 13:40 AAT: 13:25

At the door we were met by a steward who helped my mother aboard. She thanked him and gave him a hug and a peck on the cheek. Xianon came to see what the laughter was all about and then asked if she could show us to our seats.

My preference is for a window seat but for this sector I had not been able to allocate one. So I found myself sitting in the middle seat of the middle section of row nine – 9E while my mother, following EK’s policy to assign aisle seats to wheelchair passengers was in 9D. Xianon ensured that we were comfortable before going to fetch us a pre-departure drink. With fellow Anetters in mind I commenced taking photos of the seat and surroundings.















At one stage I noticed that the young steward who had welcomed us aboard was talking to someone in the galley and looking in our direction. I didn’t really think much further about it, but a few moments later he came up to us and said,

“Mr and Mrs Q, we are changing your seat allocation today. Would you like to come with me?”

“Oh good,” I thought, “there must have been a no-show and a window seat has become available.”

As I collected our bags from the overhead locker, he whispered in my ear, “We’re taking you up front into the First Class Cabin.”

What could I say? Not only was I going to get a window seat after all but in a higher cabin class.








While this was happening, the purser made an announcement about who the crew were and what languages were spoken but as you can imagine, I wasn’t paying any attention. Another crew member made a similar announcement in German.

We were taken past the galley and through the forward J cabin and into F where we were greeted by Ric and Angela. Another offer of a glass of champagne was not turned down. While Ric and Angela made us comfortable we were joined by Lin, the purser.

“Hello Mr Q and welcome aboard. I thought that I recognised your name – we’ve flown together before.”

Ric made a joke about our surname and said that when he saw the names he “thought it was Brad and Angelina who were joining us.”

While we were all chattering away, the Captain made some announcements and the safety video was shown.

“Oh no, you’ve missed the safety video,” said Ric. “I’ll have to do it manually for you,” he laughed. I could tell that this was going to be a fun flight.





As we pushed back, Lin asked whether we would like any assistance with ICE.

“I always leave it on the flight information page,” I said.

Lin took out the remote and set it up for me, noting that the seat-back monitor was not a touch-screen. The version of ICE on ‘MM’ has a very extensive range of videos and music but is not in widescreen format.

In the seat partition there was a headset for using with ICE, the latest edition of Open Skies, a duty free catalogue and guide to ICE, together with the safety card and a personal mini bar. The latter was stocked with mango juice, bottled water, Perrier, Seven Up and Coca Cola.













As usual we were presented with a packet containing socks and eye-shades and with the wine list and menu. The full amenity kit that is offered on long haul overnight flights was not handed out on this sector but the WC was stocked with a range of supplies including toothbrushes and shaving implements, eau de cologne and combs.







Shortly after, Angela came and asked, “Would you like any breakfast, Mr and Mrs Q?”

We decided that we would and Angela prepared the tables, covering them with cloths. There followed trays set with a bowl of melon, kiwi fruit and strawberries, some yoghurt, cutlery in a napkin and a bread and butter dish. A glass was then filled with water and we were offered fruit juice and tea or coffee. A bread basket was brought round from which we could choose what type of bread we would like, including fruit loaf, crusty rolls and wholemeal rolls.





We enjoyed the meal and after the trays were cleared and the tables stowed, Angela came back to see if she could do anything further for us. We were fine and after a bit of chatting we decide to set our seats to the horizontal position and get some rest. Angela helped my mother who gave her a hug and thanked her.

About one hour and forty minutes out of Hamburg, Ric reappeared with a cheerful smile and asked, “Can I get you a drink before you have lunch?”

Looking at the wine list I told him that I was unfamiliar with them but would like a white wine and asked what he would recommend.

“I like Italian wines,” he replied, adding “The Colterenzio Chardonnay is good.” For my mother he recommended the Château Cantemerle – a classical Bordeaux wine. He added, “If you decide that you don’t like the wine, I can always bring a fresh glass and pour the other one.”







After pouring the wines Ric asked if he could take our order for lunch. My mother chose Grilled Prawns followed by Poached Sea Bream. I decided on the Arabic mezze and Tamatari methi murg.






Once more the tables were prepared and our meals came. “Are you happy with the wines? May I top up your glasses?” asked Ric.

“Yes please.”









The food was both plentiful and tasty, so much so that I forgot to take photos of the main course.

“Would you like any dessert or cheese?” Angela asked as she came to clear the plates.

“No thank you. We couldn’t eat another thing.”

“Surely you can manage some chocolate?” Angela prompted.

“Oh, if you insist,” I replied while my mother’s eyes lit up and she gave a big grin. Little boxes of Godiva with two pieces of chocolate promptly appeared.

“Is there anything else that you would like?”



A little later we decided that we would like a cognac so my mother pressed the call-bell. Instantly Lin was there, as if by magic.

“Wow, that was quick!’ we said as she came to our seats.

Laughing, she replied, “I was just coming out of the galley when you rang. What may I do for you, Mr and Mrs Q?”

We requested cognacs and they were brought on a tray by Angela but unfortunately they were chilled. I commented on this and Angela said that they have the same problem with the storage of red wines. Maybe warming the cognac bowl before pouring might alleviate it, I suggested. Angela said that she would raise the issue with her managers to see if that might work.

Soon we were approaching Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel Airport. The Captain made an announcement about the current time and weather conditions and thanked everyone for choosing to fly with Emirates. Looking out of the window the houses and horse studs below appeared to be getting bigger as we descended. Then with the softest of bumps we were down and decelerating. Announcements were also made in Arabic, English and German regarding onward connections, the Emirates Associate Hotel, baggage collection and use of mobile phones. As we approached the gate I could see aircraft operated by Lufthansa, Turkish Airline and Thomas Cook, among others.









User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (2 years 11 months 1 week 10 hours ago) and read 8645 times:

Arrival in Hamburg

The aircraft came to a stop at gate C05. All passengers were required to deplane through 2L so we collected our things together and walked back through the J cabin. It did have the benefit of thanking the steward who had welcomed us aboard and Xianon for their help earlier. But before we did it was hugs all round with Lin, Angela and Ric who said that they hoped that we would enjoy our stay in Hamburg.

At the door there was a young woman from the Deutsches Rotes Kreuz mediservice (German Red Cross), which assists passengers with limited mobility. She helped my mother down and into the wheelchair and took us along the jet bridge and into the terminal towards border control.



“We’ll just see if we can jump the queue,” she said by-passing the long lines of passengers from another flight as well as those from the one we had been on. She was waved forward by an official who checked our EU passports and we were on our way to baggage reclaim. There were no bags on the carousel and no one else was there when we arrived. But a few seconds later the belt began to move and our suitcase was the first to appear, thanks to EK having placed an assisted passenger tag on it. I collected the case and we left the area before even the first of our fellow passengers appeared.





In the arrivals area a group of drivers was standing together, all carrying Emirates placards with passenger names on them. I quickly spotted the driver who was waiting for us and after confirming our names and destination, he led us out of the airport terminal to the waiting vehicle. Once our baggage was stowed and we were seated comfortably we merged with the traffic heading into the city centre. Our holiday was about to begin.





On this sector everything went smoothly and my earlier disappointment with not getting a window seat was more than compensated by the surprise upgrade from Business to First. Once again the Emirates crew made a very positive impression.

In Part 3, I will introduce the Emirates Lounge in Hamburg and the return flight to Dubai. In the meantime thank you for taking the time to read my trip report. Any comments are welcome.

My Previous Trip Reports:
Black Swans To White PER - HAM Part One (by Quokka May 17 2011 in Trip Reports)
Champagne Flight Over Drakensberg In A Chopper (by Quokka Oct 6 2010 in Trip Reports)
We're Off To Sunny Spain: Part 2 EK MAD-PER (by Quokka Sep 22 2010 in Trip Reports)
We're Off To Sunny Spain: EK Per-MAD (by Quokka Sep 5 2010 in Trip Reports)


User currently offlineSloAir From Slovenia, joined Jul 2010, 339 posts, RR: 6
Reply 3, posted (2 years 11 months 1 week 1 hour ago) and read 7902 times:

Hi Quokka,

a very nice continuation of the first part, well done.

Getting an upgrade to first class on board must have been great, I am impressed with EK crew anytime I read a report about them, it seems that they care about their passengers and want to make their journey special.

I'm looking forward to part 3.

Regards,

Blaž



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User currently offlineimiakhtar From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 4, posted (2 years 11 months 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 7559 times:

Quoting Quokka (Thread starter):
brightly coloured clothes from western African countries.

I can recall the first time my kid brother saw a Nigerian man in traditional dress,

"Imi, why is that funny man wearing pyjamas?"  
Quoting Quokka (Thread starter):
Anyone know where ZZF might be?

I stand to be corrected but I believe that flight may have been a crew training flight. ZZF is an airline schedule slot blocking code in SSIM (Standard Schedules Information Manual). Whoever did the scheduling must have made a mistake somewhere along the lines during the filing.

Thanks for the conclusion of the trip. It would appear that EK ground logistics are just as efficient as their flight operations!

Regards


User currently offlinesq_ek_freak From United Kingdom, joined Dec 2000, 1628 posts, RR: 20
Reply 5, posted (2 years 11 months 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 7509 times:

Great report, Quokka! I am so glad you enjoyed your flights on Emirates, glad to have you back on board!

A quick question, was it an upgrade to F or was the F section being used for overflow J passengers? EK does that sometimes if F is empty, and uses the seats for high value J pax which then frees up some J seats for high value Y updrades. I only ask because the Vueve Clicquot Gold Label is a Business champagne, as was the cutlery/presentation of your meal.

Either way, glad you and especially your mother were well taken care of  



Keep Discovering
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2433 posts, RR: 53
Reply 6, posted (2 years 11 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 7098 times:

Hi Roy,

I knew it! I knew from the moment I read the title of your report that you and your mother were upgraded! But do you know what? It warms my heart every time you refer to your mother in your report. What you have organized for your mother is really something I want to do for my mother. Just look how you have made her happy. Her cheerful expression says more than enough. I applaud your move for that.

I am so glad to know that both of you were very well taken care of by EK. Just look at these:

Quoting Quokka (Thread starter):
He helped my mother out of the wheelchair into one of the seats and departed.
Quoting Quokka (Reply 1):
What could I say? Not only was I going to get a window seat after all but in a higher cabin class.
Quoting Quokka (Reply 1):
Oh no, you’ve missed the safety video,” said Ric. “I’ll have to do it manually for you,” he laughed. I could tell that this was going to be a fun flight.
Quoting Quokka (Reply 1):
“Surely you can manage some chocolate?” Angela prompted.
Quoting Quokka (Reply 1):
A little later we decided that we would like a cognac so my mother pressed the call-bell. Instantly Lin was there, as if by magic.

But I am sure how you and your mother treated Ric, Angela and Lin has made the difference.

Quoting Quokka (Reply 1):
She thanked him and gave him a hug and a peck on the cheek
Quoting Quokka (Reply 2):
But before we did it was hugs all round with Lin, Angela and Ric who said that they hoped that we would enjoy our stay in Hamburg.

Roy, thank you so much for sharing another enjoyable and inspiring journey.

Cheers,
Suryo



Friends forever
User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 7, posted (2 years 11 months 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 6723 times:

Hi SloAir, imiakhtar, sq_ek_freak and Suryo,
Thank you all for taking time to read and comment on my report.

Quoting SloAir (Reply 3):
Getting an upgrade to first class on board must have been great

It was certainly a pleasant and unexpected surprise.

Quoting SloAir (Reply 3):
it seems that they care about their passengers

This is what I have found every time that I have flown with EK and, apart from the convenient itineraries, is a major reason for continuing to choose them.

Quoting imiakhtar (Reply 4):
"Imi, why is that funny man wearing pyjamas?"

LOL. My mother said something similar. But with her Alzheimer's she can be excused.

Quoting imiakhtar (Reply 4):
ZZF is an airline schedule slot blocking code in SSIM

Thanks for the info. There were a few other flights with ZZF listed, all starting EK8 followed by three digits. Some had gate numbers assigned showed boarding or closed.

Quoting sq_ek_freak (Reply 5):
glad to have you back on board!

Thank you. I am already thinking about the next time. I am undecided on whether to make another visit to VIE or MAD. I hear that MAD later this year will be going over to a 777 from the current 343.  
Quoting sq_ek_freak (Reply 5):
was it an upgrade to F or was the F section being used for overflow J passengers?

That I don't know. I have been upgraded previously before boarding, but it is the first time it has happened after boarding and sitting down. J was full; Y I don't know. There were five other passengers in F. Either way, the quality of service was great.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 6):
What you have organized for your mother is really something I want to do for my mother.

Suryo, thank you. I really appreciate your comments and I hope that you are able to arrange something similar for your mother.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 6):
But I am sure how you and your mother treated Ric, Angela and Lin has made the difference.

When I see the way some passengers treat the airline staff I think, "is that really necessary?" The staff are doing a job,. often under trying circumstances and ill-treating people never makes things any better. Treating people with courtesy and friendliness is much easier for everybody.

Once more, thanks everyone for dropping by.


User currently offlineRvXKaz From Singapore, joined Apr 2011, 195 posts, RR: 3
Reply 8, posted (2 years 11 months 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 6632 times:

Hello Quokka!

Its nice to see you have quickly followed up with your second installment of your journey and its really delightful to hear you have had another great trip with Emirates!

Quoting Quokka (Thread starter):
As I collected our bags from the overhead locker, he whispered in my ear, “We’re taking you up front into the First Class Cabin.”

Awesome! What a most pleasant surprise!

Quoting Quokka (Reply 1):
While this was happening, the purser made an announcement about who the crew were and what languages were spoken but as you can imagine, I wasn’t paying any attention. Another crew member made a similar announcement in German.

I would have paid attention! I love hearing the announcements about the languages spoken, which I am sure were plenty. But then again, had I been upgraded to first, probably not!   

Quoting Quokka (Reply 1):
The latter was stocked with mango juice, bottled water, Perrier, Seven Up and Coca Cola.

Very well-stocked indeed.

Quoting Quokka (Thread starter):
My mother chose Grilled Prawns followed by Poached Sea Bream. I decided on the Arabic mezze and Tamatari methi murg.

The meals sound delicious indeed from the menu and your Arabic mezze looks so hearty and mouthwatering! I can just imagine how the mains would have been!

Quoting Quokka (Reply 2):
There were no bags on the carousel and no one else was there when we arrived. But a few seconds later the belt began to move and our suitcase was the first to appear, thanks to EK having placed an assisted passenger tag on it. I collected the case and we left the area before even the first of our fellow passengers appeared.

Thats really thoughtful of Emirates. Good job EK!   

Quoting Quokka (Reply 2):
On this sector everything went smoothly and my earlier disappointment with not getting a window seat was more than compensated by the surprise upgrade from Business to First. Once again the Emirates crew made a very positive impression.

I'm most glad to hear you've had another most comfortable journey with EK and it seems they have some very spontaneous and friendly crew onboard your flights!

Thanks so much for sharing and I hope Mrs Q and yourself had a very good trip to her birthplace and Germany! I'm sure you must be really pleased to have flown with EK to have a very pleasurable start to your holiday.

Once again, a lovely report indeed and I enjoyed reading it.

Cheers,
RvXKaz



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User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 9, posted (2 years 11 months 6 days 1 hour ago) and read 6452 times:

Hi RvXKaz,

Quoting RvXKaz (Reply 8):
Its nice to see you have quickly followed up with your second installment

Thank you for saying so. I'll try and have the next part up in the next few days.

Quoting RvXKaz (Reply 8):
I would have paid attention!

Yes, I normally do as well, but in all the excitement and walking through the cabin it was a bit difficult.

Quoting RvXKaz (Reply 8):
they have some very spontaneous and friendly crew onboard your flights!

And that is what makes it so much fun to fly: the crew make all the difference. The flight was certainly a very pleasant start to the holiday because of them.

Best wishes,
Quokka


User currently offlinenethkt From Thailand, joined Apr 2001, 1044 posts, RR: 3
Reply 10, posted (2 years 11 months 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 5668 times:

What a nice way to travel! I am sure you and your mom was very happy with Emirates.
Too bad, I'm a loyal STAR member, I don't know when I'll be back flying with EK again.

Quoting sq_ek_freak (Reply 5):
A quick question, was it an upgrade to F or was the F section being used for overflow J passengers? EK does that sometimes if F is empty, and uses the seats for high value J pax which then frees up some J seats for high value Y updrades. I only ask because the Vueve Clicquot Gold Label is a Business champagne, as was the cutlery/presentation of your meal.

Yep, I noticed the Champagne too. You could simply check the menu / drink list, it simply shows ' BUSINESS CLASS'
And the tray service is only applicable for business class. So the flight was empty in F and they upgraded J to free up the space while serving J food!, no extra cost but pax loves it!! Great marketing idea from EK!!

Many thanks for sharing!!
nethkt



Let's just blame it on yields.
User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 11, posted (2 years 11 months 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 5403 times:

Quoting nethkt (Reply 10):
And the tray service is only applicable for business class. So the flight was empty in F and they upgraded J to free up the space while serving J food!

I didn't really notice it at the time but when I compare it with a previous flight it becomes obvious. Here was the way breakfast was served on a PER - DXB flight in F. No tray in sight.


Thanks for your comments,
Quokka


User currently offlineNZ107 From New Zealand, joined Jul 2005, 6338 posts, RR: 39
Reply 12, posted (2 years 10 months 4 days 11 hours ago) and read 3759 times:

Hi Quokka,

Awesome TR! Very lucky to be upgraded to F and that is far better than the middle seat in J! Though in saying that, there's no way I'd turn down flying in J even if it had to be in a prisoner seat.

Quoting Quokka (Thread starter):
Once through security we were taken back into the duty free area and invited to board an electric buggy. There were a couple of other passengers who were able to join us on the buggy as it whisked us to the end of Terminal 1, tooting people out of the way as we went. At the start of Terminal 3 we transferred to another buggy to take us to the lift up to the lounges. Here we were met by another man with a wheelchair and we entered the lift to the lounge.

Great service. Such fantastic continuation as you get off the flight.. And even onto the next one! It seems like you can't fault EK at all for their impeccable service for premium passengers.


A seemingly flawless flight with excellent food and service! I wonder how long it'll take me before I have my first flight in EK F.

Thanks for sharing!

Cheers,
Nicholas



It's all about the destination AND the journey.
User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 13, posted (2 years 10 months 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 3702 times:

Hi Nicholas,

Quoting NZ107 (Reply 12):
Very lucky to be upgraded to F and that is far better than the middle seat in J! Though in saying that, there's no way I'd turn down flying in J even if it had to be in a prisoner seat.

I know that a lot of people don't like them, particularly when other airlines offer 2-2-2 in J. But window seat passengers still have to step over someone to get out in any case, so it's not too bad and heaps better than being in a window seat in Y. There you have to get past two passengers  
Quoting NZ107 (Reply 12):
I wonder how long it'll take me before I have my first flight in EK F.

Work hard and look after your mum and it may happen sooner than you think. 

Thanks for commenting.

Roy (aka Quokka)


User currently offlineBA319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8430 posts, RR: 55
Reply 14, posted (2 years 10 months 4 days 3 hours ago) and read 3634 times:
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Enjoyable follow up to part 1, thanks.

Quoting Quokka (Thread starter):
My preference is for a window seat but for this sector I had not been able to allocate one. So I found myself sitting in the middle seat of the middle section of row nine – 9E

- I really dislike the idea of bring in a middle seat in Business Class, it is so not right, at least for me.

Quoting Quokka (Thread starter):
he whispered in my ear, “We’re taking you up front into the First Class Cabin.”

- A nice and unexpected treat, shame the flight was not a tad longer.

Rgds

Mark



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User currently offlineNZ107 From New Zealand, joined Jul 2005, 6338 posts, RR: 39
Reply 15, posted (2 years 10 months 4 days ago) and read 3584 times:

Quoting Quokka (Reply 13):
Work hard and look after your mum and it may happen sooner than you think.

Haha, too bad she was born about 1000km away though and not half way around the world!



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