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Be Cool! Swiss A340 Zurich To Tokyo (with Pics)  
User currently offlineNdebele From Germany, joined Apr 2001, 2901 posts, RR: 22
Posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 19 hours ago) and read 13104 times:

As my last real holiday was already 10 months ago, I was really looking forward to having holidays again this June. I decided to do a trip to Japan - again, as I had already been there last year for a very short time, I simply love this country. Anyway, so here is my report:

STR-ZRH
LX1165
13 June 2005
STD: 08:20 ATD: 08:37/08:43 runway 25
STA: 09:05 ATA: 09:10/09:15 runway 14
Number of passengers Business: 10 = 100%
Number of passengers Economy: 34 = 87%
Embraer 145LU
HB-JAN
Still in Crossair livery
Delivered to Crossair 22 May 2001

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I arrived at Swiss' check-in counter in Stuttgart's Terminal 3 at 07:10, only one passenger in front of me, and I had limited my baggage to only one piece which was small enough for carry-on, so I got my boarding passes very quickly. For STR-ZRH seat 1A, the last vacant seat in Business, and for ZRH-NRT I got a stand-by boarding pass for Business class (I was travelling on a stand-by ticket). After a breakfast at the bakery on arrival level, I went through security and then passport control - no queues at all, despite it was a busy monday morning. Gate number 121, on the large screens we could see N24 television with a report about the Paris Air Show and the A380. Boarding started nearly on-time, and we were soon bussed to our aircraft, HB-JAN, which was still in Crossair livery. This would be my second flight on this aircraft.


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I left my bag as a delivery-at-aircraft, because space in the ERJ overhead lockers is limited. One female f/a on this flight, who checked each passenger's boarding pass receipt while we were boarding. Soon we all got our seats, doors were closed, engines were started, and as we rolled towards the runway, the recorded safety announcement in English language was being played, while the f/a made her safety demonstration. The male captain made his welcome announcement, informed us about the turbulences they had on their flight to STR this morning, and that he expects the same turbulences on the way back to ZRH, meaning the fasten-seat-belt signs would remain on throughout our short flight. Soon we took off from runway 25.



The ERJ cabin is incredibly quiet, especially when you're sitting in the front part of the aircraft. After departure, I had a nice view over Echterdingen, but unfortunately we were soon in and then above the clouds, so no more air-to-ground shots. Indeed we had some turbulences, so the f/a announced that there would be no drink service. But she came around, distributed refreshment towels, and to the Business passengers a choice betweens lots of free German, English, French or Italian newspapers, I had a "Blick", a swiss version of the German "Bild" Zeitung. Yes I know what you're going to say, but I simply don't like reading the NZZ or Tagesanzeiger, so the Blick was probably the best choice. The f/a announced the gate numbers for the connecting flights, and there were lots of connections. She made this announcement in both German and English language, so this was a rather long announcement... Small "Thank you for flying Swiss" chocolates were offered, then we already started our descent into ZRH:







During final approach for runway 14, I noticed an advertisement for Syngenta (a swiss agricultural company) in a field:



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Landing:


View of the apron, with mainly Swiss, Helvetic and Styrian Spirit aircraft:


We arrived at our parking position, waited for the handbaggage to be offloaded, and then deboarded. Both the f/a and the female co-pilot were standing at the door and said good-bye to us. The end of this short but very nice flight. Before boarding the bus which took us to the A-arrivals, I took a photo of HB-JAN:


I had still about three hours until boarding for my connecting flight, so I visited the observation deck on top of the B-Gates, 2 Francs. Most of the B-Gates are no longer in use since Dock E was opened, so they're parking some day-stopping aircraft at the B-Gates:


After having a meal, I left the observation deck, went through security again and walked a bit around the rather new Airside Center:

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ZRH-NRT
LX168
13 June 2005
STD: 13:10 ATD: 13:12/13:27 runway 16
STA: 07:55 ATA: 07:47/07:58 runway 34R(!)
Number of passengers First: 8(?) = 100%
Number of passengers Business: 48 = 100%
Number of passengers Economy: about 135 = 78%
A340-313X
HB-JMD
Delivered to Swiss December 2003

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I took the train to Dock E where my flight to NRT would be boarding at 12:30. I still had my stand-by boarding pass, so I reported to the Japanese(!) Swissport gate agent, who also spoke Swiss-German, English and I think also French. He told me I'd have to wait a bit because Business was fully booked. So I took a seat and watched HB-JMD being readied for our flight. It would become my second flight on this aircraft. Soon boarding by seatrows began, and when the flight was closed for check-in, I was called and got my boarding pass. No no-show passengers in Business, so I got my seat in Economy, 39G, an aisle seat in the center block of the 2-4-2 configured A340.

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So I was one of the last passengers to board this flight. Free newspapers inside the jetway, and again later inside the aircraft. The cabin crew welcomed us aboard, directed everybody to their seats, I put by bag into the overhead bin and took my seat 39G. The middle seat 39F remained free, very nice. The cabin crew for Economy class consisted of two male swiss, one female swiss and one female japanese flight attendants, and they were all very friendly and motivated. Before departure, they distributed the "Alpen Rose" magazines, a kind of inflight magazine in Japanese language. The maître-de-cabine made his welcome announcement in German, English and French, and then one of the Japanese f/as made the same announcement in japanese language. As we were taxiing towards runway 16, the safety video in English language was shown on the PTVs. Then the captain made his welcome announcement and introduced the crew in German, English and French language, then a japanese f/a translated his announcement. In fact, all announcements on the whole flight were made in all four languages! Distance to NRT would be 9607km, flight time about 11:30h. We took off at 13:27, made a hard turn left and headed into eastern direction.



The routing:
Austria (Innsbruck-Salzburg-Linz), Czechia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia (St. Petersburg-North Russia/Siberia-Chabarovsk), Japanese Sea, Japan, Tokyo.







The cabin:
A very comfortable cabin on the A340, nice and comfortable seats, large overhead bins, PTV in every seat, handset inside the armrest, and I was impressed about the legspace, it didn't feel cramped at all. A pillow and a blanket on every seat. 39F reamined free, and on 39D and 39E there were two male Japanase passengers, the one on 39E took his blanket even before we had pushed back, closed his eyes, fell asleep and didn't wake up before we arrived at NRT. He didn't even wake up to recline his seat after take-off, he didn't got to toilet, nothing, he slept and slept, after 12 hours I thought he's dead or something, but no, when fasten-seat-belt signs were switched off after landing, he opened his eyes and got up. The best seat neighbour one can only have, god bless those Japanese!
39J remained free as well, but on 39K there was a maybe 25-year-old male Israeli passenger. He lowered the window shades even before departure, this alone was very annoying. But it became worse, he undressed his T-Shirt, his shoes and his socks, and now dressed with only his trousers and the blanket, he kept on trying to lay flat on his two seats - which is of course impossible, and not comfortable either, he stretched his naked feet into the aisle, and he changed position every few seconds, a real "Zappelphilipp". He kept on chewing his finger nails and then spitted it into the aisle, against the seat in front of him, against the cabin wall, everywhere. Later when the immigration cards for Japan were distributed, I became curious and had a look into his form - as profession, he wrote "salesman", now I wonder who would ever buy anything from a guy like this. A real nightmare to have a guy like this in the same row, and I was so happy not to have the seat directly next to him.

The meals:
Straight after departure there was a drink service, and an hour later with the meals another one. I had a cold Chinese tea both times - which is very popular in Japan. As for the main meal, they offered a choice between Swiss or Japanese meal. The f/a came to me and asked in English "Swiss or Japanese meal for you?" I replied in German "Kommt drauf an, was gibt's denn?" ("It depends, what is it?"), then he said: "Naja, entweder Schweizerisch oder Japanisch" ("Well, either Swiss or Japanese"). I said "Ja klar, ich mein, was *genau* gibt's denn?" (Yes, sure, I mean what *exactly* is it?") he replied "Achso. Naja eigentlich ist beides Chicken" ("Well, it's both chicken"). Don't get me wrong, this f/a was very friendly and professional, it's just this conversation about the meal which was a bit strange. I had the Japanese style chicken, with rice, peas, egg, prawns, mushrooms and carrot and this red Japanese stuff which looks like "Rote Beete" (beetroot) but tastes totally different, you get it with nearly all Japanese meals. In addition to that, there was a salad and dressing, a roll with butter and cheese, and for dessert a "Karameltöpfli". It all tasted very good, on the photo it might look like a very small portion, but it was more than enough. Also, note the metal cutlery:



Later they came around with cheese sandwiches, but I didn't take a photo because all window shades were lowered at this time, it was night inside the cabin and most passengers slept (although it never became really dark outside), and I didn't want to disturb anybody with my camera flash, which I hadn't figured out yet how to switch it off. But I think you all know what a cheese sandwich looks like anyway.

Later again, they came around with the famous "Mövenpick" icecream which is served on most of Swiss' longhaul flights. This time it was strawberry icecream, very nice touch of Swiss I have to say!

Then before landing we got breakfast - a croissant, a roll, butter, two different cheeses, jam and a raspberry yoghurt:


In addition to all this, they frequently came around with water bottles (at least twice every hour), and in the rear galley you could help yourself with all kind of beverages, chocolates, surplus sandwiches and icecreams, soups, ... All in all a great catering on this flight!

The inflight entertainment
This was my first flight on the Swiss A340 Economy class. I knew they had PTVs, but I didn't know they have video on audio on-demand even in economy, so I was very impressed. After take-off, they showed some Swiss advertising, an English program about environmentally-friendly Switzerland, then Japanese news, then the interactive program was started: You have a choice of several different movies in different languages, sitcoms, documentaries, ... I watched the movie Be cool! featuring Ambassador John Travolta, Dany deVito and even Christina Milian!! This movie was so funny, I watched it twice! Among the sitcoms, there was a sitcom called "Joey" which is apparently a spin-off of "Friends", but unfortunately not half as funny, or was it only this very episode? I don't know.
The audio-on-demand comprises over 100 CDs, I mainly listened to Avril Lavigne, The Rasmus and Evanescence, and of course "Aber hier leben - nein danke!" by Tocotronic. Of course they had also the airshow, plus the front-view camera and a camera facing down, which was very interesting while we were flying over Siberia. The hand-set could be used as a phone, pay per credit-card, 5.50US$ for 30 seconds. Several different games like "Who wants to be a millionaire?" (Swiss version, I always failed when they asked questions about Swiss politicians or other famous Swiss people). Oh yes and there were latest finance datas like Dow Jones, DAX etc, but it said "Last updated: 20 May 2005"...

It was a nice flight with a comfortable cabin, great meals, great entertainment and very a motivated crew. This all made the time pass rather quickly, also it's the small details which I always like on Swiss: e.g. the icecream at night, the soups in the galley, and there were "Oral-B Brush Aways" distributed in the lavatories, I have never heard of this before, but it's a sort of paper with dry toothpaste on it, you put this paper on a finger and clean your teeth with it, works like a tooth brush. They always offer some nice surprises on Swiss longhauls, very nice.

Alright, so we started our descend, again no view outside because the guy on 39K kept his window shade down, but the front-view camera showed that we were landing on NRT's short runway 34R - I didn't even know this runway is long enough for the A340!

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We taxied to our gate at Naritas Terminal 2D, engines were switched off and we deboarded the aircraft. I asked the crew how long they were going to stay in Japan, three nights - not bad, I think. We took the train to Terminal 2's main building, and there was a long queue for immigration:

But it all went a bit faster than expected, I didn't have to queue for 60 minutes, only about 40 minutes, which was still very long. At least I didn't get searched at customs this time. For the first night, I had a room at the Marroad airport hotel. I had requested a room with airport view in advance, and I got the best room in the whole hotel. But have a look yourself, here's two photos I took from my window:





I spent four great days in Japan, this included also a daytrip to Osaka on JAL and ANA, but this is a different report. Watch out for it, and also for my Swiss return about NRT-ZRH-STR, both will be written later this week. Thanks for reading this report, hope it was not too long, let me know if you liked it, and of course if you have questions, feel free to ask. Regards, Alex.

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User currently offlineNdebele From Germany, joined Apr 2001, 2901 posts, RR: 22
Reply 1, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 19 hours ago) and read 13045 times:

And here's the photo of the Mövenpick icecream - it somehow didn't show up in my report:



User currently offlineLeonB1985 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 19 hours ago) and read 13028 times:

Nice report with good pictures. Can't say I'd have liked to be sat next to that passenger!

User currently offlineTriStar500 From Germany, joined Nov 1999, 4695 posts, RR: 42
Reply 3, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 18 hours ago) and read 13006 times:

Hi Alex!
I clicked on your report as quickly as possible after I noticed that you had posted it here, because I don't want to miss out on the sight of your excellent photographs once your Photobucket craps out as usual due to heavy traffic. Big grin This trip report is certainly going to be popular, and deservedly so.

Reading your account about the longhaul portion of your trip demonstrates impressively that SWISS can still be called a quality airline even in Peasant Class. Their new majority owner should take note of that.  Smile It is quite obvious that you had ample time to try out all the fancy gadgets on such a long flight, and your product review wonderfully detailed but yet very readable.

It is a pity that your experiences in Japan are off-topic to this forum, because I found it highly intrigiung and amusing to read about your "adventures" in Tokyo in your email. It is quite unfortunate that you can't share them here.



Homer: Facts are meaningless. You could use facts to prove anything that's even remotely true!
User currently offlineAT From United States of America, joined Jul 2000, 1044 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 18 hours ago) and read 12972 times:

Great Trip Report and pics. Very much enjoyed reading it.
As for your question about landing on Narita's "short runway" the problem is for takeoffs only. I flew on an AA 777 from JFK and we also landed on that runway. I don't think your A340 would have been able to take off from 34R for the flight back to Zurich but for landing, less length is required.


User currently offlineBeowulf From Singapore, joined Jul 2003, 734 posts, RR: 14
Reply 5, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 12930 times:

Quoting TriStar500 (Reply 3):
Reading your account about the longhaul portion of your trip demonstrates impressively that SWISS can still be called a quality airline even in Peasant Class. Their new majority owner should take note of that.

Had the same thought when reading Alex's trip report. I wonder if Swiss will have to adjust its higher standards to the new owner's mediocrity?

Nick


User currently offlineN864DA From United States of America, joined Apr 2004, 259 posts, RR: 4
Reply 6, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 12772 times:

Excellent report! Just the right amount of detail. Having just flown Swiss A343 - HB-JMC a few weeks ago JFK-ZRH, I can really agree it is a quality airline. Every time I have flown with Swiss and Swissair in the past (many times), they have proven to be very consistent in offering great levels of service. I didn't find the seats as comfortable as you did; they were a bit on the hard side. I did though like the way the bottom part of the seat reclined with the back and the seat pitch I found to be average. Be Cool was a great movie though I watched Hitch. IMHO this is the best IFE I have yet sampled - it is just great with all those CD's, camera view, and AVOD. I'm looking forward to your return report.

N864DA


User currently offlineMichaelJP From United States of America, joined Nov 2004, 181 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 12472 times:

Awesome trip report! Loved it!

I know the hassle of flying on R2's or R7's! I take it you were on an R Ticket? Big grin The only time I've never had a problem was FRA-HKG in LH First.
I'm looking forward to the return leg report! Btw...you have a great choice in music! Big grin

Mike


User currently offlineZRH From Switzerland, joined Nov 1999, 5568 posts, RR: 35
Reply 8, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 11 hours ago) and read 12393 times:

Thanks for this good trip report. I also can say that I always had very friendly and motivated crews on all Swiss flights. I have flown many times on Swiss A 332 but not yet on a A 343. Although I love the 332 I don't find the economy seats very comfortable. Can you compare? Are the Swiss 343 economy seats better than in the 332?

User currently offlineFLIEGER67 From Germany, joined Sep 2003, 5170 posts, RR: 55
Reply 9, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 12359 times:

Hi Alex,
very interesting report, thanx for sharing it.
I will go with Swiss late October and maybe in November to Hongkong.
The A340 is announced for HKG flights.
Now I know what to expect if I will do this trip.
Best regards,
Markus (FLIEGER67)



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User currently offlineIslipWN From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 10, posted (9 years 3 months 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 12329 times:

Thanks for an awesome trip report! Great pics also! I just flew over to ZRH from JFK on LX in Business. It was a great flight. I wish the A330 had that camera thing. That would be so cool!

User currently offlineNdebele From Germany, joined Apr 2001, 2901 posts, RR: 22
Reply 11, posted (9 years 3 months 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 12051 times:

Hey, thanks a lot for all your feedback and the kind words, I really appreciated it.

Quoting TriStar500 (Reply 3):
I don't want to miss out on the sight of your excellent photographs once your Photobucket craps out as usual due to heavy traffic.

Hehe, yeah, but I hope this won't happen this time, because Christoph/ContactAir kindly allowed me to use his photobucket account with unlimited bandwidth, thanks again for this Christoph by the way.

Quoting TriStar500 (Reply 3):
Reading your account about the longhaul portion of your trip demonstrates impressively that SWISS can still be called a quality airline even in Peasant Class. Their new majority owner should take note of that.

Indeed they're great, and one can only hope that service won't go down to Lufthansa standards. Then again, my last Lufthansa longhaul is already seven years ago, so I only refer to other members' opinion about LH's current product.

Quoting Beowulf (Reply 5):
I wonder if Swiss will have to adjust its higher standards to the new owner's mediocrity?

Opinions like this one, thanks Beowulf.

Quoting AT (Reply 4):
As for your question about landing on Narita's "short runway" the problem is for takeoffs only. I flew on an AA 777 from JFK and we also landed on that runway. I don't think your A340 would have been able to take off from 34R for the flight back to Zurich but for landing, less length is required.

Ah yes that sounds logical to me. I even saw some 777s taking off from 16L, but those were mostly ANA aircraft which probably were more shorthaul.

Quoting N864DA (Reply 6):
Having just flown Swiss A343 - HB-JMC a few weeks ago

Hello N864DA, I've seen your report, I just didn't have the time to read it yet (too busy writing reports, no time for reading...) but I'm gonna read it now.

Quoting MichaelJP (Reply 7):
I know the hassle of flying on R2's or R7's! I take it you were on an R Ticket? Big grin The only time I've never had a problem was FRA-HKG in LH First.

Yes you're right. You're lucky if you get in First class, they probably wouldn't let me fly First even if space is available, but hey as long as I'm on the plane everything is fine for me.

Quoting ZRH (Reply 8):
Can you compare? Are the Swiss 343 economy seats better than in the 332?

It's hard for me to compare because my last Swiss A330 flight is already two years ago. Legspace should be the same, but I really can't tell you about the seats.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 9):
I will go with Swiss late October and maybe in November to Hongkong.

Hey, great choice, Hongkong must be interesting, I've never been there. Is this going to be a leisure trip? ==>will we see a report Big grin

Quoting IslipWN (Reply 10):
I wish the A330 had that camera thing. That would be so cool!

Yes it's a nice feature, maybe you'll get the A340 on your return flight?

Once again, thanks to everybody who replied so far!


User currently offlineFLIEGER67 From Germany, joined Sep 2003, 5170 posts, RR: 55
Reply 12, posted (9 years 3 months 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 11838 times:

Hi Alex,
Swiss in October is STR-ZRH and further IB ZRH-BCN and retour.
I´m in final decisions for HKG, once again a leisure trip.
Best regards,
Markus (FLIEGER67)



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User currently offlineContact Air From Germany, joined Apr 2001, 1154 posts, RR: 13
Reply 13, posted (9 years 3 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 11602 times:

Hi Alex,

thanks for this highly interesting report and the great pics! Swiss seems to offer a very good long-haul product. Especially the meals look really delicious.

Quoting Ndebele (Thread starter):
I visited the observation deck on top of the B-Gates, 2 Francs.

So they have installed the new pay system by now? When I was at ZRH in May this year, the new entrance area (with these new pay stations) was just under construction. In the meantime, there was free admission for everybody  bigthumbsup 

Christoph


User currently offlineNdebele From Germany, joined Apr 2001, 2901 posts, RR: 22
Reply 14, posted (9 years 2 months 3 weeks 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 11162 times:

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 12):
Swiss in October is STR-ZRH and further IB ZRH-BCN and retour.
I�m in final decisions for HKG, once again a leisure trip.

Great! With all the Swiss trip reports that have been posted here lately by several users, I think you already get a good overview of what to expect, hope you enjoy.

Quoting Contact Air (Reply 13):
So they have installed the new pay system by now? When I was at ZRH in May this year, the new entrance area (with these new pay stations) was just under construction. In the meantime, there was free admission for everybody

Yes, you have to pay again. I was a bit confused because the entrance area looks different from what it used to look like before the construction. I heard that cats can get confused when you re-arrange the furniture in your living room - and so was I at the observation deck. Me visiting ZRH about twice a year, I only knew that something has changed, but I couldn't tell what exactly it was - it made me mad Big grin


User currently offlineEIN145 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 15, posted (9 years 2 months 3 weeks 6 days 13 hours ago) and read 11100 times:

Excellent report. I was in NRT last week and noted how smart the Swiss A340 was looking there. Couldn't get over the number of AA/UA/NW aircraft in NRT.

User currently offlineBoeing744 From Canada, joined Jun 2005, 1835 posts, RR: 23
Reply 16, posted (9 years 2 months 3 weeks 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 10948 times:

Great Report! I like how you decided to write it in order of topics instead of order of events. Good pictures too, how come no cabin photos? All in all excellent trip report!

User currently offlineSabena 690 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 17, posted (9 years 2 months 3 weeks 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 10638 times:

Hi Alex,

Thanks for writing this excellent trip report!

It's amazing: I couldn't really carefully read this section during the past month, and in only 4 weeks, a big number of extremely good trip reports has been posted over here!

The service on LX seems to be excellent. I wonder what the impact of the takeover by LH will be however...

Did you also visit the city, or was it a trip for regspotting only?

Once again: well done!

Regards
Frederic


User currently offlineGodBless From Sweden, joined Apr 2000, 2752 posts, RR: 15
Reply 18, posted (9 years 2 months 3 weeks 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 10554 times:

Great report Alex,

after reading this report I kinda feel like going on a longhaul again. Too bad there is nothing I have currently planned.
Maybe in the future I will even have the chance to give Swiss a try.

Max


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