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A Rare SilkAir Flight From Singapore To Bandung  
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2500 posts, RR: 53
Posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 24124 times:

Introduction



Welcome A.net mates,

Please join me in listening to the following:


Mamma
You gave life to me
Turned a baby into a lady

And mamma
All you had to offer
Was a promise of a lifetime of love

Now I know
There is no other
Love like a mother’s love for her child

And I know
Love so complete
Someday must leave
Must say goodbye

Goodbye’s the saddest word I'll ever hear
Goodbye’s the last time I will hold you near
Someday you’ll say that word and I will cry
It’ll break my heart to hear you say goodbye



Celine Dion’s song ‘Goodbye’s The Saddest Word’ as a daughter of her mother just befits my feeling as a son of my mother. With our last goodbye in August 2010, how eager I was to hold my mother again.



Travel arrangement



There are three airlines operating direct flights to Bandung from Singapore nowadays. Thanks to your recommendation, I decided on one which was yet unfamiliar to me.  




SilkAir



Attached to booking confirmation, our E-tickets were delivered. You just cannot mistake MI’s parent company.




Booking confirmation. Note Singapore Airlines background



Parents can be overprotective sometime.

You may deal with the child. But as soon as any deal is made, the parent moves in and no further inquiry is possible on the child website unless you are a member of the parent’s frequent flyer program KrisFlyer. The parent website is the place to go for non members.




Manage My Booking homepage



Seat selection as well as frequent flyer program editing feature is available. But in our case, we could neither choose any specific seat nor have the system retain our non Krisflyer membership details.

Furthermore, if we were into learning MI’s Economy product, we had to abandon the parent website as it only showed the following.




SQ onboard product



Rather odd, but by far not as complicated as what it reproduced at one stage due to technical issues.




Passenger detail section. Note my name with Herman’s date of birth



Our personal details got mixed up!   

On PH’s recommendation, I urged the parent to find out whether the correct details of ours were collected.

Ticketing Agent Karin confirmed it and indeed, her colleague at Changi airport, Customer Service Agent Joy, effortlessly issued our boarding passes two days before our departure.  





My boarding pass



“Unfortunately, we cannot take your luggage yet,” Joy reminded us.
“It does not matter. We still need our luggage anyway for our stay in Singapore. Thank you so far,”
“You are welcome,”

By that time, I was excited already that the time to get together with my mother was near.


Mates, will you join us?  


Friends forever
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User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2500 posts, RR: 53
Reply 1, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 24274 times:

Changi Airport Singapore






While The Merlion welcomed us in Singapore, another icon saw us off…




Eighty meter tall Air Traffic Control tower



While wondering where the two glorious days had gone, another joyful thought struck me as I entered Terminal 2.




FIDS overview



Close-up. Note MI’s code share partners for BDO



Ah, the glimpse of BDO


Halo-halo Bandung
Ibukota periangan
Halo-halo Bandung
Kota kenang-kenangan
Sudah lama beta
Tidak berjumpa dengan kau



A folk song ‘Halo-Halo Bandung’, created by Ismail Marzuki, which says in English:


Hello-hello Bandung
Capital of periangan
Hello-hello Bandung
City of memories
Long time
No see



Speaking of long time, do you believe me that it was my first time on Public Area of Terminal 2 after the opening on November 22, 1990?

Revitalizing treatment was obviously given to Terminal 2 after thirteen years of operation and completed in mid 2006.




Overview between check-in row 10 and 11. Note the glass ceiling



Row 11 for MI’s common check-in. Note the glass wall on the back to allow more lighting




Airport check in



Customer Service Agents Sabrina and Jasmine were guarding the entrance of cordoned area.

“Are you flying with SilkAir?”
“Yes,”

Sabrina waved us while Jasmine wished us a nice flight as we walked past her.  

With no one else in line, we proceeded to the front straight away where motherly Customer Service Agent Sarbanon happily assisted us.




Sarbanon’s screen counter



“Are you going to Bandung?”
“Yes,”
“Any luggage?”
“Yes, two,”

In the first instance, the weighing scale indicated 17.2 kilograms for our souvenir suitcase. But, when on the following it said 23.8 kilograms for our joint suitcase, I was shocked! We exceeded our baggage allowance for the first time, though slightly but how?   

Charming Sarbanon did not bother the slight overweight and sent both of our suitcases on without a word, but a brief smile.  

“You can go inside over there,” In Indonesian, Sarbanon showed me the direction to runway side entrance.
“Oh yes, thank you,” I was surprised, somehow pleasantly.  





Departure entrance



Upon a glance at our travel documents, Auxiliary Police Officer Surendran handed us over to Immigration Officer Nadimah.



Departure Transit Lounge



Nadimah swiftly cleared our way into Departure Transit Lounge so that we could further consult our flight detail…




FIDS



And figure out what to do with abundant two hours to go.




Visitor information pillar





O’Learys Sportsbar & Grill







As we were feeling peckish, O’Learys was just the first place to be.




Facade



Not only because of laidback service by charming waitress Mae, but also…




SilkAir 9V-SBE



Eva Air B-16310



Spotting opportunity while enjoying heavenly refreshment.  





Tiger beer



Chicken tender strips



Buffalo wings



After mealtime, I noticed some guests turn to…




Free internet kiosk



Or the neighboring…




Laptop access kiosk



Ignoring the other side of the glass.




Philippines RP-C8605



Apparently, not everyone recognized RP-C8605’s loyalty to PR since April 26, 2007.  

But, would we be unanimous about the beauty of…




Moth orchid



Which provided shelter to...




Koi carpers



In a place called…




Orchid Garden




Gate F52





Gate screen



Yet fifteen minutes to the gate opening…


But the love you giving me will always live
You'll always be there every time I fall
You are to me the greatest love of all

You take my weakness
and make me strong
And I will always love you
Till forever comes

And when you need me
I'll be there for you always
I'll be there your whole life through
I'll be there please stop crying it’s me, mamma



Soon on my way on board of…




9V-SBF. Note departing Korean Air HL7530



Relying on MI crew members, with among them…




Cabin Crew members Linda and Jerene



In the meantime, we made ourselves comfortable…




Gate overview



Fulfilling immigration formality…




Arrival and departure card



Custom declaration



Observing how some co-passengers preferred to kill the waiting time…




Free internet kiosk



While I cared more for window view.




9V-SBF, not the HSBC advertisement on the aerobridge   




Boarding



“Ladies and gentlemen, MI one nine six to Bandung is now ready for boarding. We would like to invite our PPS Club members and Business Class passengers to go on board now,”

What built up upon the call of Customer Service Agent Mohammed, was nothing compared to what we saw at Gate G7 of Schiphol three days earlier. But still, it was amusing to see so many PPS members and Business Class passengers around.   





Screen above the boarding path. Note the ‘Last Call’



Walking down the aerobridge, I was tempted to take another shot of 9V-SBF until a stern “NO PHOTO!” took me by surprise.

Apparently, a Police Officer was on duty halfway the aerobridge.   

I obeyed. Well, until a couple of meters further on…




Immaculate fuselage of 9V-SBF



Friends forever
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2500 posts, RR: 53
Reply 2, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 24221 times:

On board






Flights Status

Route: SINBDO
Date: 6 March 2012
ETD/ATD: 16.00 / 15.55
ETA/ATA: 16.50 / 16.55
Flight number: MI 196
Plane: Airbus 319-132
Registration: 9V-SBF
Delivered: 12 May 2007
Flight deck: Captain Thiagarajan Baskar



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Photo © Roger Cannegieter - Curacao Aviation Photography




“Welcome on board,” Singaporean Purser Desiree greeted us at the door.

Past J cabin, Singaporean Cabin Crew member Jasmine warmly welcomed us in Y cabin.




Backward cabin view



Very nice “Hello” from Malaysian Cabin Crew member Eldah as we found our row, made us feel even more welcome.  





Row 17



Sufficient legroom at 32 inch pitch



Out of the blue, Jerene darted to the cabin and took position at row 16.




Note Jasmine assisting a lady passenger and Jerene ready for help at 16D



Jasmine was struggling with the lady’s hand luggage in the first instance, but successfully dealing with it at the end. Could the lady get too carried away with her duty free shopping? 

“Excuse me. Is the emergency exit row still available?” Herman called Eldah as he noticed that the emergency exit row remained unoccupied.

“Just wait until the door is closed,”
“Alright,”

We did not have to wait any longer though.  

“You can move now,“
“Thank you,”

We happily switched to our new sanctuary…




Row 11



Where I made myself comfortable on…




11A



Next to…




Emergency exit



With masses of…




Legroom. Probably at 38 inch pitch



And honorary joint responsibility as Jasmine called upon us for emergency exit procedure. Our names were not mentioned during the crew introduction by Desiree though, but still.   

“Newspapers?” Jasmine dropped by with an array of international gazettes.
“No, thank you. I have got something nice to read already,” I replied.




In-flight magazine



With a fanfare of IAE V2524-A5 twins during pushback, in-flight safety video was broadcasted.




In-flight safety video on drop down screen



Safety card was on hand…




Front page



Back page



Especially with our responsibility for…




Emergency evacuation



“I will be seated next to you during takeoff and landing,” Jasmine unexpectedly joined us.

Well, what do you know? With Jasmine on 11C, we were more than prepared for any emergency situation!  

Around crucial moment of …




Lining up on 02C – 20C runway



Until…




Lift off at 16.10





In flight



As soon as fasten seat belt signs were extinguished, Jasmine sprung into action along with her colleagues.

She soon returned with a stack of immigration cards for those who yet needed them. For me, she got a piece of paper with full name of our Captain written on it.

“Actually, we just call him Captain. But I will get his name for you,”

Jasmine was true to her word upon my inquiry sometime earlier.  

After special meal distribution, Eldah and Jasmine rolled regular meal trolley down the aisle.




Regular meal tray set



“What would you like to eat? Chicken with rice or seafood pasta?”

SilkAir indeed had Oriental and Western choices on offer.  

“Chicken with rice, please,”




Chicken with rice for me



“Sure. How about you, Sir?”
“Seafood pasta, please,”




Seafood pasta for Herman



“Anything to drink?”
“Do you have red wine?”
“Yes. Red wine for you, Sir?”
“Yes, please,”
“Sure. And how about you, Sir?”
“Also red wine, please,”



Red wine



Soon enough, it was time for tray recollection.

As Eldah and Jerene worked their way backwards, Jasmine followed in a distance to allow those who were not ready yet as Eldah and Jerene walked past them, finish their meal properly.

“Do you want more red wine?”
“Yes, please,”

I was about stopping Jasmine as she reached for my glass.

“I will get you a new one,” She said with a smile and kept her promise soon after.  

After mealtime, co-passengers made themselves comfortable.




Slanted forward view from row 11



Cabin overview



Some had to attend to nature call…




Lavatory pan



Wash their hands…




Washbasin



And dry them off.




Tissue box holder



Jasmine walked through the cabin promoting in-flight duty free shop…




Sky Shop



While collecting empty glasses on her way.

“Sir, may I?”
“Anymore?”
“No, thank you,”

Captain Baskar was on the microphone as 9V-SBF made landfall.




Bay off Blanakan



“We will be descending in five minutes. I hope you enjoy your flight so far and thank you for flying with us,”

The cabin got prepared for landing. Soon enough, fasten seat belt signs were illuminated.

Lovely Jasmine dropped by Mr. 11F who was asleep, collected his empty glass and stowed his tray table.  




Landing



Jasmine secured herself back on 11C.

“How was your meal?”
“The pasta was nice. A bit too much garlic to my liking,”
“And how about you, Sir?”
“The garlic was also abundantly present in my tender chicken sauce, but it went perfectly with the well cooked vegetables. As they were rightly less flavored, you just yearned for another taste explosion. Overall, it was delightful!”

Meanwhile, the sight of extensive built up area dominated the view outside.




Raya Mosque with two minarets and red roofed Pasar Baru, just behind the flaps



Bandung, we were coming!  





Touchdown at 16.55



What a relief that we made it safely to BDO.   

As 9V-SBF taxied into the apron…




Hangar D of PT Dirgantara Indonesia. Note the scorched part on the left



I could not help getting reminded of the crash landing of an Indonesian Air Force Fokker 27 on April 6, 2009 during bad weather which killed all twenty four people on board.  





Turning into a complete stop. Note Mount Tangkuban Perahu on the background




Disembarking



The fasten seat belt signs were just extinguished as co-passengers fetched their belongings from overhead bins.




Cabin scene



We remained seated until the crowd in the aisle cleared a bit.   

“Mind your step. The stair is lower than the door,” Eldah smiled at me as I exited from 2L door.
“Oh, thank you,”

Too bad, Jasmine took her position elsewhere so that I could not bid her farewell properly.  

Anyway, thanks to Eldah, I did not trip as an mesmerizing view struck me…




Welcome to Bandara Husein Sastranegara Bandung



With more to follow downstairs…




Under wing shot. Inspired by Markus (FLIEGER67)



Tail shot



‘No pictures!’ I could yet hear the SIN Police Officer yell at me…




Majestic 9V-SBF



Luckily, I was at BDO by then!  

Where no one bothered me capturing a milestone of the airport.




9V-SBF alongside Indonesia AirAsia A320



After the thickening of 2,244 meter runway from Pavement Classification Number 37 to PCN 52 and a successful test on April 5, 2011, BDO is declared capable of accommodating larger narrow bodies like A320 families.  



Friends forever
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2500 posts, RR: 53
Reply 3, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 24136 times:

Husein Sastranegara International Airport



I wish the capability would extend to International Arrival terminal.

Look what we got to see some fifteen minutes after disembarking.  





Immigration queue



The queue somewhat moved by a single inch as every minute ticked by.   

The first step of immigration process was just due fifteen minutes later.



Visa on Arrival counter. Note the list of accepted foreign notes



A list of Visa on Arrival eligible countries was displayed on the opposite.




Cambodia (number 28) and Laos (number 32) are now exempted for visa, while Turkey (number 65) is added to the list



Application fee of USD 25 can only be paid by cash.




Payment receipt



Apparently, not everyone was aware of the procedure. One gentleman in the queue did not have any cash at all as Herman told me later on.

But, what do you think if an Immigration Officer just escorted the gentleman to the nearest ATM on public side and guided him back with the needed cash to his former spot in the queue?  

I wish the Immigration authority was as accommodating as their officers since Officer Marwoto had to handle the second step for passengers with foreign passports on his own after arrival of 9V-SBF and QZ A320 from Kuala Lumpur.

At 18.05, we were legal to enter Indonesia…




My visa



With only our hand luggage being scanned.  





Public side




Sensa Hotel Bandung



What a feeling!

Front Office Agent Marissa assigned us a Senior Executive room on the twelfth floor…




Room entrance



To discover the feeling behind the door.  





Double bed



Facing…




Sitting area



With around the corner…




Writing table



And further on to freshen up before calling it a day.




Washbasin incorporated in long table with niches underneath. Note the separate toilet



Rain shower behind the glass divider



What a feeling of waking up at sunrise…




Bedside window view



City overview with Parang Mount in the background on the right



And getting hungry for breakfast.   

At Life Green Restaurant on the third floor, friendly Waitress Dahlia lead us to…




Outside dining area



And invited us to visit the buffet of Asian…




Lontong with simmered pumpkin



Turmeric rice and golden fried rice



Beef with mushroom and country potato



And Western dishes.



Salad and cold cuts



With corner of …




Sweets



And…




Cereals, milk, juices and water



What a feeling of savoring full Asian breakfast after quite a while.




My serving with a glass of guava juice



But the greatest feeling of all…




My mother and I



’Till we meet again…
Until then…
Goodbye...





Conclusion




First of all, my gratitude to
Herman for being a great travel companion and his care for my mother.

Secondly, I wish to thank
Sarbanon, for accommodating us at Changi;
Jasmine, for taking good care of us on board.


My appreciation for Nils (Sultanils) for musical inspiration of trip reporting.

Furthermore, I wish to thank
Mae, for being a nice host at O’Learys;
Dahlia, for her hospitality at Sensa Hotel.


Last but not least, my gratitude to all of you for joining me from Singapore to Bandung to my mother. I sincerely hope that you enjoy the third part of my journey to The Land Down Under.

Please feel free to leave comments, suggestions or questions. I am sure there is always room for improvement on my writings.


Warmest regards,
Suryo



Friends forever
User currently offlineyapple From Singapore, joined Apr 2011, 109 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 24005 times:

Hi Suryo,

Very nice report and pictures as usual.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Charming Sarbanon did not bother the slight overweight and sent both of our suitcases on without a word, but a brief smile.  

That's real nice of her!

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Eva Air B-16310

I remember this. I was at the T1 Viewing mall that day waiting for it to taxi past, but unfortunately it landed on 02C.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Walking down the aerobridge, I was tempted to take another shot of 9V-SBF until a stern “NO PHOTO!” took me by surprise.

Apparently, a Police Officer was on duty halfway the aerobridge.  

I am surprised someone actually forbid you to take any photographs. I've never encountered that in SIN before.

The Minced Chicken looks decent, and the service on board sounds excellent too! Haven't flown on SilkAir before, don't mind giving them a try.

Looking forward to more reports!

yapple


User currently offlinePlaneHunter From Germany, joined Mar 2006, 6937 posts, RR: 77
Reply 5, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 23966 times:

Hi Suryo,

what a nice surprise to find your latest report here! Great work again, I really enjoyed reading! Nice to see you chose Silk Air - that carrier is still missing in my log. I wish they introduced PTVs.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
On PH’s recommendation, I urged the parent to find out whether the correct details of ours were collected.

Good!

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Observing how some co-passengers preferred to kill the waiting time…

The kiosks are nice indeed. But you get hit by cold air at many places - who knows whether that happens on purpose.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):

Walking down the aerobridge, I was tempted to take another shot of 9V-SBF until a stern “NO PHOTO!” took me by surprise.

Apparently, a Police Officer was on duty halfway the aerobridge.

Oh no, can't they just relax and let us take our pictures?

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Chicken with rice for me
Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Seafood pasta for Herman

Honestly, both meals don't look appealing, but good to hear you enjoyed them.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Where no one bothered me capturing a milestone of the airport.

  

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
My mother and I

Great picture!


PH



Nothing's worse than flying the same reg twice!
User currently offlineflightsimboy From Canada, joined Sep 2005, 1340 posts, RR: 5
Reply 6, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 23954 times:
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Suryo, I was just thinking a few minutes back about the next stages of your report, and when I hit the refresh page, there you were!! So glad to see how you dedicated this to your mum, and how wonderful that you are reunited with her. Looking forward to your next journey to Down Under!!

User currently offlinejetblue777 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 1468 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 23915 times:

Hey Suryo,

Excellent report as usual,

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Celine Dion’s song ‘Goodbye’s The Saddest Word’ as a daughter of her mother just befits my feeling as a son of my mother. With our last goodbye in August 2010, how eager I was to hold my mother again.

   I remember back in 2007, when my mom moved here in NYC to work as a teacher, leaving us behind. I am really close to my mother, and it was one of the saddest feelings in the world. My dad and I originally planned to follow her a year after she left, but when my dad went on a business trip for 2 weeks and I was left alone with my aunt, I dropped out of school because I couldn't stop crying. The following week, my mom bought us a one-way ticket on EY to JFK via AUH 
Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
After mealtime, I noticed some guests turn to…

Will be in SIN in August and September, looking forward to using these! But only one complaint....NO SEATS?!   

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Walking down the aerobridge, I was tempted to take another shot of 9V-SBF until a stern “NO PHOTO!” took me by surprise.

 


It's great to hear that you had a great experience with MI. I'm flying with them this August from SIN to CEB. I'm a bit worried that our SQ flight from JFK/FRA lands at 6:35am, and our MI flights departs at 9:05am but I see that they board their flights an hour before departure! Do you think we'll have enough time to eat and explore a bit? It's also nice to hear that you got the exit row seats, hopefully I'll get the same seats when I fly with MI!  

Once again, great report, you made me even more excited for my trip!

- Jezrel   



It's a cultural thing.
User currently offlinesignol From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2007, 3024 posts, RR: 8
Reply 8, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 23768 times:

Hi Suryo,

excellent as always!

And I'm sure the experience was great, as the anticipation of seeing your loved one will certainly have helped!

SIN looks spotless, well organised, as we would expect - though I'm disappointed that there too you are directed through the duty free shop to arrive airside.

Silkair look to be just as good on the service level as their parent company. Again you had excellent crews. Like I said before, I can't remember you having a bad crew!

I don't see the UK amongst the list of visa on arrival countries for Indonesia - unless I'm going blind! I don't recall having to buy one on my only visit there in 2002 (only Bali I'm afraid). Do you know if we are visa free, or visa in advance only?

Thanks again for the report, and looking forward earnestly to the next leg down to Australia!

signol



Flights booked: none :(
User currently offlineburj From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 901 posts, RR: 4
Reply 9, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 20 hours ago) and read 23612 times:

As always awesome trip report!

Is that normal with Silk Air for a FA to sit in the exit row with PAX?


User currently offlineKnightsofmalta From Malta, joined Nov 2005, 1843 posts, RR: 19
Reply 10, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 20 hours ago) and read 23497 times:

Hi Suryo

Great report, just right for a quiet Sunday evening read on the sofa!

Silk Air look quite good, I like the colours of their seats. And the food looks quite good as well. I think I would have gone for the chicken as well.

Cheers,
William


User currently offlineluv2fly From United States of America, joined May 2003, 12150 posts, RR: 49
Reply 11, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 19 hours ago) and read 23463 times:

Another trip report by the master himself. You have raised the bar for everyone. The detail along with the photos makes me feel that I really was along for the ride.


You can cut the irony with a knife
User currently offlineThe777Man From United States of America, joined Jul 1999, 6671 posts, RR: 55
Reply 12, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 19 hours ago) and read 23400 times:

Hi Suryo!

Thanks for an excellent report with excellent pictures as always!

Great to see SIN again since I was there so recently. Also nice to see HL7530 which was my first 777 ride on another airline than United. Flew SEL (Gimpo) to PUS in May97.

The flight attendants look VERY attractive even just that back part.....

The colors of the cabin look great but a stain would very clearly stand out so MI need to make sure the aircraft are kept clean.

Very odd with four flight attendants and very unusual for a F/A to take a seat in the cabin. I guess it makes sense on a short flight so that she is positioned to start service right away when the other F/A shows up with the cart. Or perhaps she was a trainee?

Food doesn't look good at all but at least it was free.

Quoting signol (Reply 8):
I don't see the UK amongst the list of visa on arrival countries for Indonesia - unless I'm going blind! I don't recall having to buy one on my only visit there in 2002 (only Bali I'm afraid). Do you know if we are visa free, or visa in advance only?

I think "Inggriss" might mean English (England) and you therefore you'd be excempt.

Very nice picture of you and your mom.

I'm looking forward to this continuing story!

The777Man



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User currently offlineba319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8588 posts, RR: 54
Reply 13, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 18 hours ago) and read 23250 times:
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Hi Suryo,

Nice read and great pictures, as usual!  

Good to see you catching up with your mum, with the distance involved these moments are special.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Spotting opportunity while enjoying heavenly refreshment

- Excellent, beer and spotting, what more can one ask?

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Walking down the aerobridge, I was tempted to take another shot of 9V-SBF until a stern “NO PHOTO!” took me by surprise.

Apparently, a Police Officer was on duty halfway the aerobridge.  

- Seriously, give it a rest, a picture of the plane you are getting on is not an issue, even non spotters take pictures of their 'holiday' jet!

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
“I will be seated next to you during takeoff and landing,” Jasmine unexpectedly joined us.

- Most unusual, not come across that before.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
“What would you like to eat? Chicken with rice or seafood pasta?”

- Food looked ok for this short trip, nice the crew were attentive and offered refills on the drinks.

Cheers

Mark



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User currently offlineaflyingkiwi From New Zealand, joined Nov 2010, 517 posts, RR: 3
Reply 14, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 9 hours ago) and read 22477 times:

Hi Suryo,

Great 3rd Installment of your series. Good to see MI in a report, we don't usually see them too often in the TR forum.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
“Excuse me. Is the emergency exit row still available?” Herman called Eldah as he noticed that the emergency exit row remained unoccupied.

“Just wait until the door is closed,”
“Alright,”

We did not have to wait any longer though.  

“You can move now,“
“Thank you,”

  

Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
“I will be seated next to you during takeoff and landing,” Jasmine unexpectedly joined us.

Quite odd.. Didn't it feel quite awkward taking photos with her in your row?

Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
What would you like to eat? Chicken with rice or seafood pasta?”

Both meals look very nice, quite substantial for a relatively short flight.

Regards,
aflyingkiwi


User currently offlineQuokkas From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 15, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 8 hours ago) and read 22381 times:

Hi Suryo,
How nice to see your next instalment posted. Well described and accompanied by some very good photos.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
The parent website is the place to go for non members.

What a strange arrangement: I would have expected it to be the other way round.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Our personal details got mixed up!

How is this possible? A glitsch in the system or data input error?

Quoting akhmad (Reply 1):
We exceeded our baggage allowance for the first time, though slightly but how?

Too much shopping, maybe. Or maybe you were both wearing less clothing than when you left the NL.  
Quoting akhmad (Reply 1):
Public Area of Terminal 2

Thank goodness: none of the dreadful carpets for which Changi is famous, at least until you get to the departures area. 
The free wifi and the beautiful orchid gardens and fishponds are a bonus.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 1):
But still, it was amusing to see so many PPS members and Business Class passengers around.

They're growing in number all the time it seems. Mind you, as more people fly more frequently, we can expect that to happen.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 1):
until a stern “NO PHOTO!” took me by surprise.

Really? The only place that ever happened to me was at IST following a fire in one of the terminal buildings some years ago. Perhaps at SIN they don't like people holding up the flow of passengers boarding the aircraft. Or maybe, the guy was just bored.  
Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
Very nice “Hello”

How welcoming and it puts you at ease straight away.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
“You can move now,“

Cool. Even without the extra space, the legroom aboard looks reasonable.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
And honorary joint responsibility as Jasmine called upon us for emergency exit procedure.

A serious one that you would hope that you never need to carry out.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
“I will be seated next to you during takeoff and landing,” Jasmine unexpectedly joined us.

Nice opportunity to chat a bit more. You had no problems taking photos with her sitting there, it would appear.
The seating material looks both classy and restful. It is difficult to believe that the aircraft is five years old. Has it been refurbished? The meals are quite impressive for a short flight. Some of our members get excited about a "free" cup of coffee on board: they would be in heaven to receive something like what you did. Nice to be able to walk around the plane and take pictures on the ground, too.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 3):
The first step of immigration process was just due fifteen minutes later.

I love the professional looking signs. It is interesting to see the local naming and spelling of the countries on the visa on arrival list: Belanda, Aljazair, Mesir and my favourite, Selandia Baru.
As usual, you managed to find some very comfortable accommodation. The room looks smart and the breakfast offerings appealing.

But the best came at last. Suryo, how nice it is to see you and your mother looking so happy. I hope that you have many opportunities to visit her again.

Best wishes,
Roy / Quokka

[Edited 2012-05-20 23:33:56]

User currently offlineinfodesk From Switzerland, joined May 2006, 1466 posts, RR: 33
Reply 16, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 6 hours ago) and read 22184 times:

Hi Suryo,

Another delightful installment, as always.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 1):
While wondering where the two glorious days had gone, another joyful thought struck me as I entered Terminal 2.

After only having experienced SIN T3, it's good to see T2 (although T3 definitely looks nicer!). The old FIDS boards are a joy though.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 1):
Apparently, a Police Officer was on duty halfway the aerobridge.

I obeyed. Well, until a couple of meters further on…

That's the trip reporter spirit!

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
I will be seated next to you during takeoff and landing,” Jasmine unexpectedly joined us.

Nice, but also quite unusual. Any explanation given for why that happened?

The meal looks rather generous for the short flight, so thumbs up to SilkAir here.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
A list of Visa on Arrival eligible countries was displayed on the opposite.

Quite an interesting list, I like the use of Finlandia.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Apparently, not everyone was aware of the procedure. One gentleman in the queue did not have any cash at all as Herman told me later on.

I'm sorry, but I really don't understand this kind of thing. How can you travel with no cash?

As for your hotel Suryo, wow! The room, the view, the breakfast buffet....just wonderful.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):

But the greatest feeling of all…

That picture needs no words.

Happy flying
Infodesk   



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User currently offlinegabrielchew From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 3360 posts, RR: 12
Reply 17, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 21843 times:

Nice little report on Silkair, thanks for posting Suryo!

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Furthermore, if we were into learning MI’s Economy product, we had to abandon the parent website as it only showed the following.

That's poor IT from SQ

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Observing how some co-passengers preferred to kill the waiting time…

I love that they bhave these internet points, but the lack for free wifi is a bit annoying

Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
“What would you like to eat? Chicken with rice or seafood pasta?”
SilkAir indeed had Oriental and Western choices on offer.
“Chicken with rice, please,”

Very nice to get a choice of hot meals on such a short flight



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User currently offline717Flyer From Finland, joined Jun 2011, 303 posts, RR: 9
Reply 18, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 21762 times:

Hi Suryo,

Singapore, SilkAir and Bandung - all new to me but thanks to your report I now know them much better. As always it was a pleasure following you and Herman on your journey - well done!

Then the big question: if you name an airline SilkAir then it is only natural that expectations are high. So was flying SilkAir smooth as silk? It is impossible for me to answer that question but judging your writings at least they were a touch of silk with some nice crew members onboard. And that is all that matters, no?

And do I need to say that that the lyrics you have quoted in this song (kudos to Nils for the concept) are very fitting? I must say I have started listening to the song of Celine Dion you mentioned yourself and it really has a deeper meaning.

A couple of things I could not be without noticing:

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Attached to booking confirmation, our E-tickets were delivered. You just cannot mistake MI%u2019s parent company.

See, SQ cares about its baby. Just like there is a very strong bond between Blue1 and SAS.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
we had to abandon the parent website as it only showed the following.

So the actual offered product onboard SilkAir is a hidden secret?  
Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Orchid Garden

This if something proves that there is no other airport in the world that is like Changi!

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Out of the blue, Jerene darted to the cabin and took position at row 16.

More like out of the green?  
Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Chicken with rice for me

Seems like simple is beautiful! Good to hear you enjoyed the meal.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
“The garlic was also abundantly present in my tender chicken sauce, but it went perfectly with the well cooked vegetables. As they were rightly less flavored, you just yearned for another taste explosion. Overall, it was delightful!”

How did she react on this detailed description of yours?  

By the way, it seems like there was no problems with you taking photos despite having one of the SilkAir crew members in 11C during landing?

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
A list of Visa on Arrival eligible countries was displayed on the opposite.

We're on the list as well!  
Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
%u2019Till we meet again%u2026
Until then%u2026
Goodbye...

 

What a fitting and touching ending to this great report.

Until the next part (that I am eagerly awaiting),

Best wishes,
717Flyer   


User currently offlineSultanils From Belgium, joined Mar 2010, 1788 posts, RR: 30
Reply 19, posted (2 years 7 months 2 days ago) and read 21527 times:

Haai Suryo,

Many thanks for another tale of romance from the skies (and beyond  ). I’m glad you got to enjoy your flight of Singapore Airlines’ sister (or brother). I can easily understand you getting quite excited on this one since the grand finale would be a reunion with your beloved mother!
Btw am I missing something here as to the meaning of the catch phrase in your title  

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Our personal details got mixed up!

If it all was entered in a system, how could that happen ? 

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
A folk song Halo-Halo Bandung, created by Ismail Marzuki, which says in English:

A very appropriate song Suryo and I’m glad you translated it because my Indonesian - or whatever language that is - is not the best.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
But still, it was amusing to see so many PPS members and Business Class passengers around.

So many of those? Is Bandung an important economic/financial/... hub then?

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
I obeyed. Well, until a couple of meters further on

Don’t you just hate those people telling you off when making a photo. I mean, it’s just a photo! He didn’t say the magic words ‘9/11’ now did he 

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
With masses of

Urgh, those seat colours are not to my liking   

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
%u201CI will be seated next to you during takeoff and landing,%u201D Jasmine unexpectedly joined us.

Well, what do you know? With Jasmine on 11C, we were more than prepared for any emergency situation!

That is not common practice on any airline now is it? Aren’t they obliged to be seated in their jumpseats?

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Cabin overview

Yep, definitely not my cup of tea, colour-wise that is.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
as an mesmerizing view struck me%u2026

Alert! Photo dèja-vu   Now I can see it in it’s context  

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
But, what do you think if an Immigration Officer just escorted the gentleman to the nearest ATM on public side and guided him back with the needed cash to his former spot in the queue?

That is one hell of a friendly Immigration Officer, but I guess he wouldn’t do that if every single passenger had no cash on him/her.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
But the greatest feeling of all%u2026

Nice photo! De kers op de taart  

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
My appreciation for Nils (Sultanils) for musical inspiration of trip reporting.

My pleasure Suryo and as said: I’m glad I could be of inspiration for you  

Sultanils



In thrust we trust.
User currently offlineabrelosojos From Venezuela, joined May 2005, 5129 posts, RR: 55
Reply 20, posted (2 years 7 months 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 21025 times:

Silk Air reports are indeed rare, so thanks a ton for sharing this with us. I am impressed by MI's service as I always thought it was a step down from SQ ... however, it seems just like SQ on a regional route. With the advent of Scoot, I wonder what the brand position of MI is going to be, and the reason for MI in the first instance.

Great to see a picture of your mom ... she must be a proud A.Net mother  .

Saludos,
A.



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User currently offlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2474 posts, RR: 16
Reply 21, posted (2 years 7 months 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 20620 times:

Hi Suryo

Great report, thanks for sharing this one.
I'm quite impressed by Silkair. They seem to be miles ahead of Jetstar and Air Asia X.
Legroom seems pretty impressive, any ideas why the flight attendant took a passenger seat instead of a jumpseat on takeoff and landing.
Thanks for the Changi pics as well.

Greetings
Marc



Next trip report: Well worn A330s and Hassle free MUC transfer
User currently offlinevolvair From Germany, joined Oct 2011, 167 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (2 years 7 months 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 20619 times:

Hi Suryo,

what stunning reports you have shared with us of your recent trip to South East Asia, this one is no exception! Thanks a lot for completing this.

Silkair seems to offer a pretty good product on those routes.

I loved the picture of the visa-on-arrival list. Seems kind of improvised there but the immigration process works out nevertheless and the officers seem to welcome everyone to their country with a helping hand. Maybe you show us some more pictures of Indonesia in your next report? I am already looking forward to it!


User currently offlinepalmjet From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 1223 posts, RR: 17
Reply 23, posted (2 years 7 months 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 20612 times:

Hi Suryo

A very nice surprise !

I very much enjoyed your latest report - the usual very high standard with lots of great pics. As others have mentioned, MI reports are not that common here so it's nice to see you covering your flight to Bandung in such detail.

I remember when Silkair were first established - weren't they originally branded "Tradewinds" or am I making that up? Nice to see there is a high standard of service onboard - even for short flights like yours.

Great that you got to see your mum as well! I also know what it's like to be separated by 1000s of miles from loved ones. Hope you had a very nice time with her and look forward to the next chapter.

Cheers Palmjet



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User currently offlinelukeyboy95 From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2008, 1130 posts, RR: 32
Reply 24, posted (2 years 7 months 22 hours ago) and read 20436 times:

Hi Suryo...

You did very well with this flight! Excellent...

Silk Air has such a great name and by the looks of it a classy brand too.

Your meals looked good given the sector length and what I saw of the FA's they were very pretty.

More-over your hotel. Wow! And I always like the detailed food photos...

Luke

p.s. you are the spitting image of your mum



Breaking down the stereotypes - one by one
25 Post contains images OA260 : Hey Suryo Another great report. Love the interiors of Silk Air . Some nice food pictures also . The highlight is the photo of you and your Mum she loo
26 Post contains images LH4116 : Hey Suryo, once again a fantastic report! Nice to see you and your beloved mother reunited after such a long time! Well good that you didn't bother wi
27 RussianGirl : Hi Suryo! Thanks for your great report! I like their interior! It's so cozy!! Also nice to hear about Silkair's good service. Vsego dobrogo, Anastasia
28 SR 103 : Excellent trip report as always Suryo! Strange, we were all snapping away without any issues back in April on our way down the jetway. Don't you just
29 byronicle6 : Hi Suryo! Thanks for the great trip report! Nice to see photos of T2, the only SIN terminal i havent flown to or from yet I really like the MI seatcov
30 Post contains images deltamartin : Hello Suryo. Another very enjoyable installment from you. It was very nice to read about your pleasant experience on Silkair, that meal looks nice. Go
31 FLIEGER67 : Hoi, Suryo, what a great story. Really well done. I like that perfectly fitting combination of photos and logos. It seems Silkair doing well on you´r
32 Post contains images Initious : Hi Suryo, Once again I'm impressed by your report on MI, SQ's regional wing. MI's new "autumn" scheme looks pretty refreshing, as with my flight back
33 Post contains images CaptainRed : Hi Suryo, great story again, really enjoyed it to follow your travels through Asia. And definitely nice service here with SilkAir, the food looks real
34 roberts87 : Hi Suryo, Great trip report as usual! Silk Air seems decent on this shorter Asian sectors. And great that you got to meet your mother again!
35 Post contains images LH4532 : Guten Abend Suryo, nice to see another part of your TR series online. I have enjoyed reading it. That is quite a while before your flight. It sure is
36 Post contains images NZ107 : Hi Suryo, Another interesting report of yours, thanks for sharing. Service and meals looked good for the shortish hop. That's great service. I don't t
37 Post contains images Quokkas : Nicholas, Yes it is. Try Selandia Baru at number 54.
38 Post contains images Superfly : Great report! I may be in Bandung within a few months. I have a frienf there that I want to visit. Not that is something to look forward to!
39 Post contains images dc9northwest : Hi Suryo, Late reply, but hopefully better late than never! Good to read about your flight from SIN to BDO. Indonesian aviation is something really in
40 Post contains images NZ107 : Hmm, I wonder how many kiwis understand Indonesian.. Though chances are they'll be entering the country via CGK or DPS and surely they have one in En
41 Superfly : Typo on my part. That was to say; Now that is something to look forward to!
42 Post contains images RvXKaz : Hi Suryo, pardon my delay in replying to your lovely documentary of this little boutique airline from my home country! I'm still extremely jetlagged f
43 Post contains images akhmad : Dear WH, PH, flightsimboy, Jezrel, signol, burj, William, TEW, Lars, Mark, aflyingkiwi, Roy, Hannah, Gabriel, 717Flyer, Nils, Alex, Marc, volvair, pal
44 Post contains links and images akhmad : flightsimboy: Thank you for your patience. jetblue777: What a heartbreaking story. I am glad it came to a happy end. You will love MI! Certainly! Just
45 Post contains images airbuseric : Great report Suryo, good to see you and mother reunited! Silkair looks very nice too, good meals and quantity, friendly staff. Not keen on red wine wi
46 adamspotter : Hi Suryo, Another excellent report as usual. Silkair looks pretty good I must say. Didn't Jasmine say anything about your picture taking during take o
47 Post contains images FlyingFinn76 : Hi Suryo, Finally got around reading this way long overdue (for me) report. Looks like a very nice flight with Silkair - I'm kinda surprised by the ap
48 Post contains images akhmad : Dear Eric, Brendan, P. , Thank you so much for your replies. Eric, Brendan, P.: Thank you. Eric, P.: I truly enjoyed every single moment of being with
49 Post contains images ojas : A fab TR once again Suryo, loved it! I liked your style of commentary this time around You should see Indians traveling, for them a 3.8 excess is noth
50 Post contains images akhmad : Namasté Ojas, Thank you for your kind words. I believe you. Goodie! More Tiger Beer for me! How sweet of you. Dhanyavād Fly SilkAir, Ojas! My pleasu
51 Parton87 : Hello Suryo! Thanks for the great story with good pictures! Silkair looks to be a good carrier. I think this is the first report I read about them!? W
52 Post contains images akhmad : Dear Robert, Thank you so much for your continuous support. My great pleasure. SilkAir is a great full service regional alternative for Asia. That is
53 Post contains images Superfly : Yes, this will be a first time for me. I was seriously considering going this past weekend but my friend that lives there is out of town for a few we
54 Post contains links and images akhmad : You should. Bandung has never been so internationally accessible as before. It is also a great shopping city. Thank you for the invitation. Surabaya
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