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2012 - Asia Again - TG629 JCL - Part 2  
User currently offlineba319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8430 posts, RR: 55
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Hello fellow A.Netters, here is part 2 of my recent travels, part 1 can be found here, this also has the detail surrounding the reasons for this trip.

2012 - Asia Again - BA25 WTP Part 1 (by ba319-131 Jan 21 2013 in Trip Reports)



Having just arrived from London on BA25, I decide to head over to Terminal 2

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I have never seen this in use in all of my visits

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and check-in for my flight to Bangkok early, this with a view of hopefully having a shower and freshen up in the TG lounge before hitting the F&B offerings.

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The Thai check-in area is located in Terminal 2 zone Q, there was just one person ahead of me at the business class counter.

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Once called forward check-in was smooth enough until the agent asked to see the credit card I made the booking with, I didn't think I had it with me, so few calls were made and she was allowed to check me in.

Check-in complete but a bit concerned about the next flights and possible issues I found s seat and checked back to see which card I had used for the bookings, low and behold it was in my wallet after all, I thought I'd used a card I no longer use, phew!

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Passport control and security was easy and quick with no queues, within no time I was waiting for the train to Terminal 1.

Once airside in T1 I decided to find a place to buy some toothpaste, since I forgot to pick any up at LHR.

Could I find any? - no, I found Tiffany, Chanel, Hermes and every other high end shop on the planet, no toothpaste anywhere, not even Relay sold it in their travel 'stuff'. What I should have done is bought some landslide, there is a good pharmacy located just outside arrivals.

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Hot, sweaty and a little annoyed at the time wasted searching for toothpaste, I headed for gate 40 where the Thai lounge is situated.

Views outside en-route

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Greeted at the lounge by three pleasant staff, welcomed to the lounge and advised the rest room facilities were under refurbishment and therefore unavailable, I'd have to use the airport restroom facilities locate by gate 41 if I needed the facilities during my visit, bugger!

So, no shower, just a freshen up in the public lav!

Back in the lounge, it was relatively quiet

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nobody was in the First Class section

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as usual, all the window seats in the business class area were occupied by people with no interest in the goings on outside.

So, offerings? - Drinks were quite basic, interestingly no Singha beer, but the food was ok if minimal, sandwiches, salad and some hot items inc satay chicken, spring roll, dumplings and vegetable stir fry, oh and an abundance of chillies and chilli sauce, yummy!

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Some of my food and drink offerings.

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View outside

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Wifi is provided, access is via a password from the front reception desk, it's a bit patchy at best.

I passed my time eating, sorting work e-mails and following the planes on FR24, I made a few whilst I was in the lounge, though it does get dark early at this time of year which tends to bring the spotting to an early conclusion.

Looking down you can see the gate our plane will depart from

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Figuring boarding would start soon I decided to head over to the 'public facilities' before joining the queue that was forming at the gate, 40 for those interested.

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I took a quick shot of the plane before joining the queue, best I could manage in this light.

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Continued below…..


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User currently offlineba319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8430 posts, RR: 55
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16-11-2012
TG639
HKG-BKK
A330-333 HS-TBD
Seat 15A Business Class
1st Flight on this aircraft, 8th A330-300 Flight and 17th A330 flight in total
Sch Dep 18:55 Sch Arr 20:40
Act Dep 18:56 Act Arr 20:44

Boarding started at 18:28, no boarding call though. Prior to boarding commencing, additional ground staff had combed the JCL queue checking boarding passes and passports, good move, speeds up the boarding process since the passports don't need to be looked at again when you reach the podium.

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Down the jetway and greeted at the aircraft door with a bow by a beautiful Thai FA, a quick check of my boarding pass and I was directed to my seat, it's times like this when you know it will be an enjoyable flight.

My seat for this short trip to BKK

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The Thai A330 cabin is a wonderful mix of pinks, lavender and purple, quite a refreshing change from the usual blues and greys.

This particular A330 is one of their latest, JCL or a Royal Silk as Thai call it is laid out in 6 rows the new Thai regional JCL product, its still in the industry standard 2-2-2 layout and looks very nice, however the earlier batch of P&W powered machines have 7 rows in the old regional business class, I suspect best to avoid these if possible as I don't think they are a patch on the these newer seats.

Here are the two layouts

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It's all rather nice though there is no stowage allowed in the floor area which is a shame plus if your neighbour sets the seat in bed mode it's a tad difficult to get out of the window seat, though that's a common problem with many designs.

The PTV is huge!

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And advertising Thai’s new A380

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Plenty of power points

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View across the cabin

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Pre departure drinks were offered, water, juice or champagne, this was closely followed by a hot towel service, which was rather luke warm than hot.

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Menus were soon distributed, looking through there were 4 choices of main course tonight, nice for such a short flight, I was beginning to wish this was a longer sector.

During final departure preparations meal orders were taken, I opted for the chicken curry tonight, hopefully nice and spicy!

Push back occurred at 18:56

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this followed a fairly length taxi out to the active , 07R, holding only to allow a Cathay Pacific 744 to depart ahead of us

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wheels up at 19:15 local time.

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Climb was a little bumpy, the winds were still evident.

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It seemed to take an age for the seat belts signs to go off, in fact it was only 15 minutes after departure but when you are sat in a darkish cabin wanting to visit the lavatory it sure seemed an age!

As soon as the seatbelt sign was extinguished I was up, apologized to my neighbour for disturbing him, not a single empty seat in JCL this evening, and headed to the loo, one of the crew was just unlocking it as I approached, so not unexpectedly it was immaculate when I entered.

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Upon my return, the cabin lights have been turned back on so I took this quick shot while all was calm.

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Once back in my seat, I could smell the aroma of food being warmed, and the aroma had that decidedly Asian spicy hint to it, nice!

Pre-dinner drinks were soon offered from a trolly, I took a G&T, nice to see Bombay Sapphire on the trolly, a packet of almond nuts was also provided, in the background the aroma of garlic bread being warmed could be smelt, hmm, this was turning into one fine flight.

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The meal service was staring, fresh linens were laid out

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followed by starters, this being Salmon Gravlax, rather nice, washed down with a glass of champagne, I decided to stick to this as it was Laurent Perrier, one of my favourites though I know many don't rate it.

Bread and garlic bread was offered, I took 2 pieces of garlic bread, and another later when another round was offered.

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Starters cleared the mains were dished up, the chicken curry looked good and tasted very nice, not too much coconut in it, I'm not keen on it but its used quite a lot in Thai cooking so sometimes you have to grin and bear it.

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Additional drinks top ups of red and white wine were offered once everybody had their meal, but I got missed out, I think I was the only one on the champers, interestingly Chinese tea was offered during the main course, I took a cup as I quite enjoy it.

Mains cleared the cheese and fruits plate is served, a single slice of Brie, celery, carrot, apricot, grapes and a strawberry, very nice actually and I had a glass of port with it, I also got the champers topped up too.

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Following this course the desert was offered which I took along with a drop of Cognac and a coffee, the coffee was good, nice and strong.

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The cabin service through the flight was smooth and without rush, so much so that by the time service was complete we were only some 40 minutes away from BKK.

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Immigration cards were handed out along with Thai branded pens, nice touch

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I finished the remained of the flight flicking between reading my book and watching the moving map, with the occasional glance out of the window, not that there was much to see.

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Approach was interesting, it got a little bumpy but the most interesting thing as the seatbelt signs not being turned on until about 10 minutes out, I thought that was quite good, most airlines like to tuck you in safely a bit earlier than that.

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Three minutes out the crew were asked to take their seats for landing

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wheels down @ 20:44, some 4 minutes behind schedule.

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Taxi to the gate was quick as was deplaning

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I don't think I've ever seen aircraft doors opened so quickly, I'd not even re-packed my crap I'd had around the seat during the flight.

Once off the plane it was a fast walk or march to the immigration desks, catch them at the wrong time and the queues can be huge, not tonight however, just one person in front of me.

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Summary, well, what a great flight with TG, I'd love to take a longhaul flight with them, a real class act from the ground, to in the air.

Will they be as good tomorrow on my return to HKG? - let's see, stay tuned, next report to follow soon.

Thanks for reading, feel free to drop a line/comment/question, always nice to know scope read this stuff we take time to publish.

Cheers

BA319-131 - AKA Mark



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User currently offlinegabrielchew From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 3053 posts, RR: 12
Reply 2, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 5995 times:

Nice continuation report Mark!

Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):

Once airside in T1 I decided to find a place to buy some toothpaste, since I forgot to pick any up at LHR.
Could I find any? - no, I found Tiffany, Chanel, Hermes and every other high end shop on the planet, no toothpaste anywhere, not even Relay sold it in their travel 'stuff'. What I should have done is bought some landslide, there is a good pharmacy located just outside arrivals.

I find this son annoying in airports. You can buy all the branded crap you like, but not anything most people would want. It's even worse in mainland China. Newspaper? No. Water? No. Sandwich? No. But you can buy a new $3000 suitcase, or a $1000 pair of heels. Infuriating!

Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):
as usual, all the window seats in the business class area were occupied by people with no interest in the goings on outside.

Ah, it's always the way!

Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):
Menus were soon distributed, looking through there were 4 choices of main course tonight, nice for such a short flight, I was beginning to wish this was a longer sector.

I think most people think that when they are settling into a TG premium flight!



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User currently offlineba319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8430 posts, RR: 55
Reply 3, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 1 day ago) and read 5946 times:
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Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 2):
Nice continuation report Mark!

- Thanks Gabriel.

Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 2):
Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):

Once airside in T1 I decided to find a place to buy some toothpaste, since I forgot to pick any up at LHR.
Could I find any? - no, I found Tiffany, Chanel, Hermes and every other high end shop on the planet, no toothpaste anywhere, not even Relay sold it in their travel 'stuff'. What I should have done is bought some landslide, there is a good pharmacy located just outside arrivals.

I find this son annoying in airports. You can buy all the branded crap you like, but not anything most people would want. It's even worse in mainland China. Newspaper? No. Water? No. Sandwich? No. But you can buy a new $3000 suitcase, or a $1000 pair of heels. Infuriating!

- True - what are you looking at heels for? - fettish  
Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 2):
Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):
Menus were soon distributed, looking through there were 4 choices of main course tonight, nice for such a short flight, I was beginning to wish this was a longer sector.

I think most people think that when they are settling into a TG premium flight!

- They should have after this flight, very nice.

Cheers

Mark



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User currently offlineflightsimboy From Canada, joined Sep 2005, 1157 posts, RR: 5
Reply 4, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 20 hours ago) and read 5229 times:
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Hey Mark,

Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):
Hello fellow A.Netters, here is part 2 of my recent travels, part 1 can be found here, this also has the detail surrounding the reasons for this trip.

Nice to see the next report up! Always love TG cabins, service and looking forward to someday using my points to fly int their J cabins

Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):
I have never seen this in use in all of my visits

YYZ escalators slow down when not in use, but pick up speed no sooner you step on them!

Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):
oh and an abundance of chillies and chilli sauce, yummy!
Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):
I opted for the chicken curry tonight, hopefully nice and spicy!

You do like your spices!! I know you are not a seafood fan at all

Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):
Summary, well, what a great flight with TG, I'd love to take a longhaul flight with them, a real class act from the ground, to in the air.

Will they be as good tomorrow on my return to HKG? - let's see, stay tuned, next report to follow soon.

I'm starting to think your flight to HKG took a turn for the worse? Looking forward to it


User currently offlineFLIEGER67 From Germany, joined Sep 2003, 5023 posts, RR: 55
Reply 5, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 17 hours ago) and read 4914 times:

Hi, M.,

good to see you´re TG story. Food offers looking like good as you mentioned.
Well done pictures, perfectly described that biz on TG is worth it these days.
Looking for the next story soon.

Greetings,
Markus(FLIEGER67)



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User currently offlineThe777Man From United States of America, joined Jul 1999, 6414 posts, RR: 55
Reply 6, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 16 hours ago) and read 4789 times:

Hi Mark!

Thanks for a fantastic report with fantastic pictures!

TG looks amazing here, especially for such a short flight. Seat looks great and food looks amazing! The food on this TG regional flight looks much better than the food on QR's BRU-DOH in Suryo's report also posted today. I love to fly on TG and it's been too long of a time since my last flight on them.

Looking forward to your next report!

The777Man



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User currently onlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2472 posts, RR: 15
Reply 7, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 4649 times:

Hi Mark

Thanks for posting this trip report, I really did enjoy reading this one.
Glad to see TG impress you. Good to see that TG is installing their new seats across the system.

Thanks for sharing once again, looking forward to the next.

Greetings
Marc



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User currently offlinemoby147 From UK - England, joined Mar 2013, 46 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 4624 times:

Great report Mark,

I have only travelled in Y on Thai long haul & have found them ok, but the new J class looks very good indeed

Thanks for taking the time

Moby147


User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26521 posts, RR: 58
Reply 9, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week ago) and read 4091 times:

Hey Mark  

Great report as always.  

TG still missing from my Star list . Still looks good . Nice spring rolls and chilli sauce in the lounge. Mouth watering !

The food looks good and I love coconut in cooking so would suit me 100% .

Looking forward to part 3  

Regards

Philip  



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User currently offlinenethkt From Thailand, joined Apr 2001, 1044 posts, RR: 3
Reply 10, posted (1 year 1 month 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 3814 times:

Hi Mark!
Haven't been on Thai International Royal Silk flight for over a year, I wondered how TG would perform, your trip report sums it all. Very well done to both you and THAI!  

As a Thai, I don't like coconut milk either. But honestly, less than half of Thai dish use coconut milk.
I think it's just wrong impression that Thai cuisine is all about coconut milk.
I'd say Indonesian food is more likely to have coconut milk. They even use it to cook rice!

Most westerns prefer the coconut-milk based soups/curries over the clear spicy ones as they resemble to the creamy/milky stuff in western cuisine. They are also more friendly to the stomach and easier to eat/swallow.
So, most of the time THAI would catered them as choice onboard as a lower level of spiciness.
I don't think F/As would want to deal with food-poisoning pax onboard on longer flights lol

With so many new aircrafts joining THAI fleet since early 2012, I think THAI is getting back on the right track.
Newer 330-300s, B777-300ERs, A380s and retrofitted B747-400s, B777-200s. The consistency of in-flight products is there.

Many thanks for sharing! I'm getting hungry at 0:50 am local Phuket time!!
Brgds,
net-hkt



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User currently offlineabrelosojos From Venezuela, joined May 2005, 5014 posts, RR: 55
Reply 11, posted (1 year 1 month 12 hours ago) and read 2909 times:

Quoting ba319-131 (Thread starter):
I have never seen this in use in all of my visits

= Haha. I know exactly the one you are talking about  .

TG seems to have done well on this flight. I still find them terribly inconsistent. Good to see you enjoyed the meal. I do agree that there is plenty of Thai cuisine that does not use coconut milk.

Thanks for sharing.

Saludos,
Alex



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User currently offline767747 From United States of America, joined Jan 2005, 1883 posts, RR: 25
Reply 12, posted (1 year 1 month 10 hours ago) and read 2846 times:
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Great report, Mark!

Good to see your report from Thai Airways. It looks like you had a good flight with them - food looks good, and very plentiful for a short flight like this one!

Looking forward to your next trip.

Matthew


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