Takeoff was again long.
There was a main meal where I chose the pasta and towards the end of the flight a light beef meal was served.
Usually I don’t sleep much on aircraft, but this flight I fell asleep after the first meal had been served and then woke up when we were about three hours out of Kuala Lumpur.
There were pockets of turbulence throughout the flight, but nothing major. Overall this flight was very uneventful, since I slept through most of it.
Unlike the other flights this flight was not full as myself and dad had a block of three seats to ourselves.
Only a few landing pics from this flight since it was a night and the window shades were down for most of the daylight part.
10 September 2005
Boeing 777-2H6 9M-MRN
Although I did not have a window seat for this sector, that did not bother me because it was entirely at night and I was eager to get home. This flight was full.
Since I had not left the airport after getting off the MAN-KUL flight there was no check in queue but still had to go through a metal detector at the gate.
Takeoff was uneventful and after the meal was served I slept for a while. I am not interested in the movies, and being in the middle block of seats, there was not much else to do.
A lamb meal was served after takeoff and breakfast was a bread roll and a tub of yoghurt.
Few pics since I was in the middle seats and at night.
Landing back in Adelaide was smooth and some of the passengers clapped when we landed. I have never seen it happen before. I suppose they were glad to get home too.
NZ107 From New Zealand, joined Jul 2005, 6490 posts, RR: 37
Reply 4, posted (9 years 4 months 3 weeks 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 6232 times:
Could you tell me where the food in Y class is served from? Does it start from the front and go to the back? By what you saw, where is the best row for 4 people (yes, the middle 4 seats but front/behind the galley)?