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Auckland To Bangkok On LAN And Qantas  
User currently offlineHKGfan From New Zealand, joined Aug 2008, 15 posts, RR: 0
Posted (2 years 5 months 2 weeks 5 days 3 hours ago) and read 12697 times:

This is my third trip report, and covers the first part of a brisk SE Asia trip taken during my three-week winter break. The trip includes Thailand, Cambodia and India, with Bangkok as the base for these flights.

For the largest leg of the trip, Auckland to Bangkok return, I managed to get a great deal on Qantas by booking six months early – only 1150 NZD for a round trip. This was cheaper than flying with Jetstar or Air Asia X, and had the added bonuses of both a SYD stopover and a chance to do the first Trans-Tasman leg on codeshare partner LAN Chile. This was a great opportunity to try this South American airline, which sells fifth-freedom tickets on the AKL-SYD leg.

The Qantas option was also attractive because the flights from Sydney to Bangkok were to be operated on a B747. I have not had the opportunity to fly on a 747 since 2004, mainly because they are dying out in the regions I usually fly in. So that offered a great opportunity and with such a good price, I eagerly booked the Qantas ticket.

This left the flights to Kolkata and Phnom Penh. Using Bangkok as the base for these destinations was most logical and so I booked the BKK-CCU flights on Thai Air Asia and the BKK-PNH route with Bangkok Airways. The trip would therefore consist of four airlines (LA, QF, PG and FD), all of which were new for me with the exception of FD.
My overall itinerary (to be done in three weeks!) was:

AKL-SYD-BKK-PNH-BKK-CCU-BKK-SYD-AKL

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A few weeks after booking, Qantas emailed me to inform me that there had been an equipment change. The B747 had been downgraded to a A330   . This was a great shame as I have flown the A330 many times and was looking forward to the 747.

23 June 2012
Qantas 322 operated by LAN 801
Auckland (AKL) – Sydney (SYD)
Airbus A340, CC-CQA
Scheduled: 0605-0745 (3h 40m)
Actual: 0715-0845
Seat: 30L

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The 6 AM departure meant catching the airport bus from Auckland Central at the painful time of 3 AM. It would have been impossible for me to get any decent sleep with this schedule, so I stayed up all night waiting for 3AM to come.
Hanging around on Queen Street at 3 AM on a Saturday morning is an interesting experience, as the street is full of drunks having finished their night out in town and looking for a way home. The result was that my scheduled airport bus shared the display board with some Nightrider buses, which are destined to get such people home safely.

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Thankfully my airport bus appeared quickly and whisked me off to the airport. At $26 return it is not cheap, but is the fastest and most convenient way to get to the airport. I was there in just 40 minutes, arriving at 3.45 which gave me more than enough time to catch my flight.

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I immediately approached the Qantas desks, as my tickets were booked with Qantas. The terminal was very empty.

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The agent looked at my papers and then said “Oh, your flight is with LAN, you need to check in with them”, gesturing to the check in desks on the right.

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A few minutes later I was at the correct desk. I asked the agent for window seats on the SYD-BKK leg, as these could only be booked online with an exorbitant 20 AUD fee. However it appears she forgot my request as I was given aisle seat 39D  .

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There was more bad news too – the LAN flight was delayed by an hour. My itinerary predicted a 5-hour layover in Sydney, so I planned to take the airport train into Circular Quay and grab some breakfast with a friend. However this unexpected shortening of my transit left me with too little time to make the trip. So I reluctantly had to send my Australian friend a text message and cancel our appointment  

The delay also meant that I had three hours to kill in AKL before leaving. I had truly arrived too early. The immigration gate was not even open yet.

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So I went up to the viewing deck to try to catch any action. In the daytime this area is a great place, but tonight there was nothing to see. The deck used to have an interesting photo gallery displaying the historic aircraft that have visited AKL, but this has now been replaced with a much more general timeline of AKL’s history.

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At 0500 I could finally head airside. The Smartgate system works well – insert your ePassport into a machine to get a ticket, and then insert the ticket into a machine which takes your photo and opens the gates for you.
Immediately after security you are bombarded with duty free. Nothing of interest to me.

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The ‘tree’
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Saw a sign advertising a ‘Journey to India’… ironic as that is where I am ultimately headed.

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I settled down with some breakfast at Burger King. Chose the bacon and cheese croissant – don’t know how anyone could gulp down a Whopper at this time of day!

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The gate.
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The A340 finally landed from Santiago and pulled into the gate. The plane was CC-CQA, first delivered to LAN in the year 2000.

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It was finally time to board at 6.40. I was welcomed on board with a friendly buenos dias! and was struck with the fresh and modern appearance of the cabin, despite its age.
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The PTVs were large in size and legroom was good considering my height. The flight would turn out to be very comfortable!

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It was only just breaking dawn as we pulled out of the gate. Load was about 80%. The safety video was shown by the Chilean cabin crew and soon enough we had an unexceptional A340 take-off from runway 05R. We flew over Manukau city before ascending above the clouds to the sight of a spectacular sunrise.

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The crew on the flight were friendly and very polite. It was also very strange to be addressed as senor on a flight from NZ to Australia! The IFE proved to be very diverse with a great variety of films, TV series and music on offer.

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Soon a light breakfast was distributed: another croissant! The meal was tasty but not very large, but I was not very hungry so this was fine.

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I started to watch ‘Man on a Ledge’ but soon nodded off. The sleepless night was catching up with me. I didn’t awake until soon before landing.

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We had a beautiful approach into Sydney on what was I clear sunny day. The pilots took us over the central city and the airport before realigning for landing.

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We exited the runway quickly after landing. I love how the airport is so close to the CBD

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I also love the irony of how the Qantas B737s that are used on Trans-Tasman runs are registered in New Zealand (ZK-XXX) and fly the NZ flag. This is because these flights are operated by JetConnect, a NZ-based company. There is a really funny video which describes the situation which can be seen on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68f_JdPmvlM

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Soon enough, this truly unique flight was over. I switched on my phone and was relieved to hear that my Sydney friend had received the message that I sent him from Auckland. We had arrived over an hour late.
As I passed a FA on the way out I asked her how much further they had to fly today. She said she was heading back to AKL and then on to Santiago tomorrow. Must be quite a difficult career.

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After exiting the terminal the long corridors of SYD greeted me. I tried to walk quickly to get ahead of the immigration queue. There is always interesting aircraft to see here, the first being this 330 from Vietnam:

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I had the option of going through transit security and heading straight up to the departures area, or going landside. I had 4 hours to go so decided to do the latter, if anything it gives me 2 more passport stamps!

Immigration didn’t take too long and I had no luggage to collect as my suitcase was checked through. The area always reminds me of the ‘border security’ TV programme that is filmed about people that get caught trying to smuggle things into Australia.

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With little to do airside I decided to check out the observation deck. It offered good views of the runway and some parked A380s but doesn’t show the main gate area.

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I got a drink at Hungry Jack’s but was feeling pretty tired at this point. The check-in area at SYD is huge but there isn’t a great deal to do. So I headed airside again. Immigration and security were quick and soon I was once again bombarded with duty free.

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SYD has some great spotting locations! I ended up buying a cheeseburger at McDonalds and taking a seat that faces a wide window. Some interesting traffic went by.

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After a while I saw my LAN A340 take to the skies, headed back to Auckland.
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23 June 2012
Qantas flight 23
Sydney (SYD) – Bangkok (BKK)
Airbus A330, VH-QPE
Scheduled: 1215-1815 (9h 35m)
Actual: 1245-1845
Seat: 39D



At about 11 AM I headed to gate 32 as boarding was meant to commence at 11.30. There was little activity happening initially, but more action outside the window, with 2 SQ A380s passing each other!

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The aircraft which docked at the gate was VH-QPE, as predicted an A330   The aircraft is named ‘Port Lincoln’ and was delivered new to Qantas in 2004.


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Boarding was delayed but there was no reason given. It was about 1200 before we could get onboard. I was given a friendly welcome by the crew. As expected I had an aisle seat, a shame as this was a daytime flight so there was a lot to see out the window. The seat was comfortable, but legroom a bit smaller than LAN’s. There was also a large IFE box which made sitting less comfortable. PTVs were smaller than LAN’s.

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The safety video featured Australian Olympic athletes and was a bit cheesy (something like “we have to prepare for a gold medal, you have to prepare for an emergency!). We then took off over the Bay after about 3 other Qantas aircraft. This ended my interesting stopover in SYD.

I found Qantas’ IFE system to be very good, as there was a large amount of TV shows and movies on offer. I particularly liked how they had several episodes of each TV series. I ended up watching ‘Man on a Ledge’ without nodding off, as well as plenty of TV episodes. ‘Adele Live at the Royal Albert Hall’ was also a great watch.

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Soon the meals came round, offered by the friendly and efficient FAs. The main choices were :

Slow Cooked Beef and Barley Casserole with Mashed Potatoes and Peas
Or
Steamed Fish in Five Willows Sauce, Fragrant Rice and Greens.

I chose the beef which was very tasty. It was quite strange for me to eat a full meal on an airline, as I have become so accustomed to LCCs!

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The crew were enthusiastically handing out wine bottles, which my seat mate frequently availed. Snacks were constantly distributed throughout the flight, which included apples and hot chocolate.
Soon the cabin descended into darkness as the window shades were closed and lights turned off. I was too cramped in to be able to sleep so kept watching the PTV, eating snacks and taking walks down the cabin.

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Several hours later it was time for the second ‘refreshment’. Grilled Vegetable Pizza with chocolate and a hot drink. This meal wasn’t particularly filling or tasty, but the snacks served previously made up for it.

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Our route took us over Darwin, Borneo, Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh. Eventually the captain announced out descent into Bangkok. I managed to get one photo out of the window.

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We had to circle once before landing in Bangkok, perhaps due to our late arrival. Our aircraft was parked in area G. After thanking the crew and leaving the aircraft, I commenced what was a very long walk to immigration. It appears that they have tried to add some colour to the corridors of BKK by adding flowers and seat covers. The airport used to look very grey and sanitized.

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There was a bit of a queue for immigration – as there always is – but it helps to know that there are two immigration areas. If one appears to have large queues, walking to the next immigration area as it may be less busy.
Bags arrived quickly and soon enough I was on my way to the beach! It sure felt hot in Bangkok when compared to the wintry winds of New Zealand!

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Conclusion

This was overall a very enjoyable trip, particularly because I was able to try two new airlines and do a lot of good spotting in Sydney.
The LAN flight was worth the early morning departure (I could have taken a later QF flight) as it was fascinating to fly fifth-freedom on an airline from another continent. The crew were friendly and seat comfortable. I would definitely take LAN again on this route, much better than being crammed into an A320 or B737!
Qantas was also very good. There were some setbacks such as the poor quality second meal as well as the narrow legroom, but the crew were friendly and generous in giving out food. The IFE was also more than sufficient for this flight.
That is the end of this trip report; I will cover my Bangkok Airways flight BKK-PNH-BKK next.
Thanks for Reading! Comments welcome.
Jeroen

6 replies: All unread, jump to last
 
User currently offlinemayhem From Belgium, joined Feb 2006, 165 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (2 years 5 months 2 weeks 5 days 2 hours ago) and read 12243 times:

Nice report! Thanks a lot.

Crazy that they charge for window seats nowadays. Of course you can always choose not to pick one, but in essence you're just paying to be sure you have one, since my guess would be that if you're early at check-in, you always get one...


User currently offlineaflyingkiwi From New Zealand, joined Nov 2010, 517 posts, RR: 3
Reply 2, posted (2 years 5 months 2 weeks 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 10937 times:

Hi Jereon,

Great report, lovely pics as well!

I recently flew LA from SYD-AKL so it's interesting to compare our experiences. I also had a nice flight with them though their schedule from AKL puts me off from trying them again. Looks like you got a good fare to BKK. QF seem to have $1100 fares pretty regularly & I have to admit, it is tempting me to visit that part of the world.

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
and was struck with the fresh and modern appearance of the cabin, despite its age

I was equally impressed by the cabin. LAN have a done a good job in regards to their hardware.

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
Soon a light breakfast was distributed: another croissant! The meal was tasty but not very large, but I was not very hungry so this was fine.

That meal looks very similar to what I got. I also had a croissant, some fruit & the same cake that you got.

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
We had a beautiful approach into Sydney on what was I clear sunny day

Great pictures!

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
Some interesting traffic went by.

SYD is a great place to go spotting.

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
I chose the beef which was very tasty. It was quite strange for me to eat a full meal on an airline

The meal looks pretty good. It's a shame that they don't offer a second full meal though I guess it's a sign of the times.

Regards,
aflyingkiwi


User currently offlineAvianca From Venezuela, joined Jan 2005, 5934 posts, RR: 40
Reply 3, posted (2 years 5 months 2 weeks 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 9274 times:

great report!

just remembering my own flight on LA last year LIM-SCL-AKL-SYD, your report allows me to bring good moments back!

Thanks and looking forward for more of your reports
Cheers
Avianca



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User currently offlineAirNiugini From Australia, joined Mar 2010, 257 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (2 years 5 months 2 weeks 1 day 16 hours ago) and read 8309 times:

Fantastic report mate. Have an awesome trip!

Quoting aflyingkiwi (Reply 2):
The meal looks pretty good. It's a shame that they don't offer a second full meal though I guess it's a sign of the times.

From my experience, Qantas are one of the only airlines that feed people as much as they do. The second meal might be smaller, but every 90 minutes throughout the flight you will receive some sort of snack. Who doesn't love to graze all flight long.  



Its time to fly!
User currently offlineadamspotter From Netherlands, joined Feb 2011, 1177 posts, RR: 12
Reply 5, posted (2 years 5 months 1 week 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 7660 times:
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Hi Jeroen,

Great report, thanks for sharing! Am looking to book the European LAN fifth freedom flight (MAD-FRA-MAD) myself. Both LAN and Qantas seem to have taken good care of you, too bad that you didn't get a window on the SYD-BKK sector though.

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
Immediately after security you are bombarded with duty free

Ahhh, the "famous" sight at almost every airport

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
don’t know how anyone could gulp down a Whopper at this time of day

haha that's easy :P

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
The airport wants me to relax…

Never seen that on a FID before..

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
before ascending above the clouds to the sight of a spectacular sunrise.

Beautiful sunrise pictures!

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
We had a beautiful approach into Sydney on what was I clear sunny day.

Love that approach into Sydney, hope to see that in real life some time soon

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
The area always reminds me of the ‘border security’ TV programme that is filmed about people that get caught trying to smuggle things into Australia.

Love that serie

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
Some interesting traffic went by.

Great spotting pictures!

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
with 2 SQ A380s passing each other

Always nice to catch 2 SQ A380s

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
Adele Live at the Royal Albert Hall’ was also a great watch.

Good "movie" !

Quoting HKGfan (Thread starter):
I chose the beef which was very tasty

It looks very tasty too

Looking forward to your next parts

cheers,
Brendan // adamspotter


User currently offlineHKGfan From New Zealand, joined Aug 2008, 15 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (2 years 5 months 6 days 7 hours ago) and read 6959 times:

Hi everyone, thanks for the comments!

Quoting mayhem (Reply 1):
Crazy that they charge for window seats nowadays. Of course you can always choose not to pick one, but in essence you're just paying to be sure you have one, since my guess would be that if you're early at check-in, you always get one...

True, on the return leg I managed to get an exit row window seat by asking at check-in - saving me 40 AUD.

Quoting aflyingkiwi (Reply 2):
their schedule from AKL puts me off from trying them again

I know, the departure time was horrendous and guarantees very little sleep the night before!

Quoting aflyingkiwi (Reply 2):
It's a shame that they don't offer a second full meal though I guess it's a sign of the times.

On my return trip the second meal (breakfast) was even smaller. Just a muffin and some yoghurt.

Quoting Avianca (Reply 3):
Thanks and looking forward for more of your reports

Cheers, I wrote a TR for the next trip too: Fly Boutique, Feel Unique: All The Way To Cambodia (by HKGfan Jul 12 2012 in Trip Reports)

Quoting AirNiugini (Reply 4):
every 90 minutes throughout the flight you will receive some sort of snack. Who doesn't love to graze all flight long.

Yes this was certainly a good thing about the flight!

Jerome


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