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Flying Kingfisher Style! Bangalore/Mangalore +Pics  
User currently offlineGamps From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 469 posts, RR: 1
Posted (8 years 2 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 13722 times:



I believe this is the first trip report for a revenue Kingfisher Airlines flight on Airliners.net, so feel free to post comments and let me know any questions. Some photos were taken in restricted areas, so please excuse the poor quality.

I flew Kingfisher for the first time in September 2006. Flight is a short hop of 50 minutes between Bangalore and Mangalore. Mangalore is an industrial / port city and also upcoming IT hub like Bangalore on the west coast of India on the Arabian Sea.

Incidentally, Kingfisher owner Vijay Mallya hails from Mangalore region. His earlier attempt at private airline - UB Air - flew 15 seater Dornier between Bangalore - Mangalore in 1990s before getting liquidated.

However, this time Kingfisher experience totally blew me away. Read on..

Bangalore (BLR) to Mangalore (IXE)
IT 2441
ATR72-500 VT-KAD Delivered June 2006
BLR Scheduled Departure: 09:40
BLR Actual Departure: 09:45
IXE Scheduled Arrival: 10:45
IXE Actual Arrival: 10:45
SEAT: 10A Sequence Number: 35
Load: 100%


Royal treatment right from the curb

As soon as my cab arrived at usual Bangalore departure area chaos, lads from Kingfisher Airlines wearing red uniform came over asking if I am flying Kingfisher and took my bags to security. I had three large bags and they were lifted and tagged by Kingfisher team and taken till check-in counter. Note this is not a paid service, but service offered by Kingfisher to all its passengers. However, I tipped the guy as I had many heavy bags.

Typical Bangalore airport departure area mess


CHECK-IN

No wait here. Check-in agent indicated there will be overweight fee, but once I said I flew in last night on Singapore Airlines from US she waived all the fees and issued the boarding pass. Kingfisher booking was independent of my international itinerary, so that was nice.

Security lines were quite long even on Saturday morning, so I went straight away to security and after a wait of 10 minutes or so was done with it. The Maglite in my laptop bag as usual caused Indian security guys to go crazy. Officer also confirmed that my Mont Blanc pen is indeed a writng instrument by twisting it on (apparently there is a known threat from pen pistols in India)

There are three scheduled flights to Mangalore from Bangalore every morning, all leaving within minutes.

Jet Airways Boeing 737-700 at 9:15AM
Air Deccan ATR 72-500 at 9:20AM
Kingfisher Airlines at 9:40AM

And fourth daily flight between Bangalore and Mangalore will be operated by Air Deccan with an evening schedule later from this month.

The National Highway between Bangalore and Mangalore has degenerated for last one year resulting in delayed bus journey, so it appears people are flying more to avoid painful and bumpy journey via bus. All four flights (2 on Kingfisher, 2 on Air Deccan) I took between these cities were completely full in Sept 2006.


BOARDING

Jet and Air Deccan alternatively started announcing / boarding call for Mangalore passengers and once they departed Kingfisher Airlines started the boarding process. We had to take a bus to remote area where ATRs are now located in Bangalore. So after a quick tour we arrived at Kingfisher VT-KAD, brand new plane delivered to Kingfisher in June 22, 2006.

Kingfisher bus


Was wished by a beautiful FA on boarding the plane through rear stairs. Plane interior looked good. Red leather seats in an ATR. Interesting touch on seatbelt - Kingfisher logo.

Now a note on FAs - it is said chief honcho of Kingfisher Airlines, personally selected all check-in staff and FAs - most of them models. And King certainly has some nice taste.

Here is a file photo when Kingfisher took delivery of their first plane in France. This photo is taken from the net / Kingfisher PR.



We were given bottled water, brand - what else but Kingfisher.

Kingfisher logo on seat belt



Last bus came and all passengers were accounted for. Saw check-in lady again here and she was furiously working on calculator near the luggage hold.

Pilot today was a Russian (or from one of the CIS countries) with an Indian co-pilot. On the Air Deccan flights I took a week later pilots on both those flights were Russian sounding names. Pilot informed that we are on time for departure and ended his note with "Hope you enjoy your Kingfisher experience". Flight was full and a uniformed Kingfisher employee (Air Marshall?) sat in the row in front of mine.

In-flight magazine - I forgot to take photo as it looked very worn down and dirty - basically contained Page 3 type of photos of Kingfisher boss Vijay Mallya and articles which did not hold my attention for long.

FAs came distributing English newspaper - choices were Times of India Bangalore Edition and Economic Times.

Once the door was closed we were given in-flight amenity kit and in-flight dining menu - yes sir, for a 50 minutes hop! Push back began soon after.

In-flight amenity kit.



Amenity kit contained a pen, timetable, two moist towelette.

Kit details


As we taxied, pre-recorded safety announcement was played both in English and Hindi. Interestingly it mentioned "Photography is prohibited in some Indian airport"

We waited for a Kingfisher A320 to land and soon after began our take-off roll and off we went. Cloudy day out of morning so climb was bit bumpy. Chime to FAs after 10 minutes and off they went setting up food trolley.

FAs have to be quick as this was a short hop - so quickly they started distributing lunch. Choice - Vegetarian or non-Vegetarian. I opted for Vegetarian and here is the photo. Food was very tasty.

It was interesting to see FA's opening cockpit door and entering the cockpit with lunch for the crew. She just opened the cockpit door casually, so I was bit surprised. May be they call ahead to unlock the door?

Tasty lunch


Meanwhile our flight continued its hop over Western Ghats towards Arabian sea. Scenery outside was lush green as it is end of the monsoon season - even otherwise this region very green, though humid. I saw a prominent dam in Hassan and within minutes our pilot chimed again indicating we have started our initial descent to Mangalore.

Seconds before touchdown. Runways are on hilltop



Mangalore airport lies on a hilltop at a place called Bajpe, thus runways are table top runways. Runways are at an altitude of 336 feet above sea level. In other words, at the beginning and end of the runway are deep cliffs, so makes for interesting landing - especially on the older shorter runway.

Runway orientation - my first Airliners.net photo. Yippeee (this was taken from another trip I made with Air Deccan) You can see the old short runway starting at right corner (in the shape of V with new runway)



Another photo



This was the first time I was landing on the new runway at Mangalore. We touched down with a hard landing on new runway as it was raining.

Unlike landing on the old runway there was no immediate braking on new runway as new runway is quite long at 2.9km. As we started our long drive back to terminal, on the old runway Air Deccan ATR72-500 was taking off for Bangalore.

New runway with oil refinery in the background



If you look closer at the background you can see a huge oil refinery (for Indian airnetters - it is MRPL - Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited). One of the many reasons security at Mangalore Airport is very strict as there are several industries, port establishment within miles of the airport.

Jet Airways Boeing 737-700 from Bangalore was already here, getting ready for its departure to Mumbai. Jet's Bangalore - Mangalore used to be ATR flight as well, but Jet now flies 737-700 which takes less than 30 minutes - so jet now servers only small snack on this leg.

On the only negative note I was asked to stop taking photos after landing by a polite FA. I did not argue as I had already taken what I wanted.

Tiny Mangalore Airport terminal.



I never dreamt this small airport where I took my first plane ride years ago when I was 7 years old, one day would have two active runways. Hey it is not San Francisco yet, but to see this airport grow from daily one departure to dozen departures now is amazing. (and on October 3rd this airport became an international airport with arrival of Air India Express from Dubai which flies 3 weekly flights now)

Rain had stopped by the time we arrived to a complete stop. Later I came to know that if it is raining while deplaning, Kingfisher provides an umbrella to each passenger which he or she is free to take home.

Photo of the plane with Jet Airways 737-700 in the background getting ready for Mumbai.



Kingfisher ATR will continue its journey from Mangalore to Chennai and return in the evening from Chennai to depart for Bangalore. So timing of this flight is very convenient to folks who have a day's work in Mangalore. Air Deccan is starting second daily Bangalore - Mangalore - Bangalore in evening effective this month end.

Terminal in Mangalore however remains pretty much the same, though massive expansion is currently going on now. There is one small luggage belt.

Baggage claim area of Mangalore Airport - single belt.



My bags arrived within minutes - beauty of a small airport - you can see your bags being unloaded from the plane and loaded to the cart and then loaded to the belt. This is a well managed airport - whole area is maintained very clean and neat and full credit goes to Airport Direct Mr.M.R.Vasudeva who has taken personal interest in development of airport and according to local press was instrumental in getting international flights here - a long time demand from people of this area. Local Chamber of Commerce, politicians cutting across party lines and overseas Indians primarily in Gulf put their might too to make this possible.

*****

Return trip from Mangalore to Bangalore few days later was identical in all aspects, so without much ado here are photos from that trip and that concludes this report with summary at the end of photos!


Mangalore (IXE) to Bangalore (BLR)
IT 2442 VT-KAA (first Kingfisher plane!)
ATR72-500 VT-KAA
IXE Scheduled Departure: 17:05
IXE Actual Departure: 17:00
BLR Scheduled Arrival: 18:10
BLR Actual Arrival: 18:00
SEAT: 13A Sequence Number: 49
Load: 100%

I requested a window seat and was assigned one. Flight had already arrived from Chennai, so was on time to Bangalore. Along with us, there were passengers for Alliance Air to Mumbai whose flight was delayed in the departure area.

Boarding started at 16:15 itself.

Walking towards the plane. VT-KAA was the first plane delivered to Kingfisher Airlines.


As we were walking towards the plane, Alliance Air Boeing 737-200 landed 75 minutes delayed from Mumbai.

Alliance Air 737-200 VT-EGH delayed arrival from Mumbai at 16:30 (Scheduled arrival - 15:15)


Uniformed gunmen near planes is a regular fixture in all Indian airports.

Gunman guarding the plane


In what must be a rapid turnaround, this 25 years old Alliance Air 737-200 was scooting out for takeoff within 30 minutes of landing!

Alliance Air 737 departing to Mumbai after a rapid 30 minutes turnaround.



Captain again was a Russian or from CIS countries. We took off from new runaway towards Arabian Sea and after a big U turn started our ascent. In the below photo you can see the end of the new run way at top.

New runway ending with a steep drop.


Another look at the new runway and old runway

New runway


Menus for in-flight dining were distributed again and we were given amenity kits identical to the ones given earlier.

I again chose Vegetarian option - it was Indonesian Nasi Gorang - was quite tasty, though Indianized!

Nasi Gorang with rice roll


Since this is such a short hop, FAs again raced towards collecting everything back. And those who had not completed eating, they stood near them - not forcefully, but indicating "I will wait till you finish, so you better finish quickly" mode.

Bangalore descent


One thing interesting about this flight was automated, taped announcement to tighten seat belt whenever seat belt sign was turned on - announcement both in English and Hindi.

Smooth landing at airport and the Indian co-pilot welcomed us and thanked for choosing Kingfisher. And after a minute, we heard his taxi conversation with tower on PA!

While heading back to remote stand, saw Jet Airways 737-700, Bluedart 757 (?) and Advance Jet Trainer built here in Bangalore.

Jet, Bluedart



We were again taken by two buses to arrival lounge and bags arrived within minutes.

SUMMARY

Well, what can I say except that I was blown away by Kingfisher. Kingfisher style indeed!

Vijay Mallya has indeed pioneered new kind of luxury travel in India with Kingfisher Airlines and it does stand apart from rest of the airlines.

Let us see:

* free help with bags from departure to check-in
* all leather seats on all airlines
* free unlimited water, newspapers on seating
* Amenity kit
* Filling tasty lunch even on short hops
* Polite FAs (not to mention "model" looks  Wink )
* Keepsake umbrella if it is raining while deplaning
* Flights were on time

Flying the good times indeed! All this for $110 (round trip)

I can only imagine how luxurious the long haul flights will be when Kingfisher gets approval to fly overseas.

As someone who is used to flying coast-to-coast in USA regularly surviving on peanuts / pretzels and soda, this was a mind bogglingly different experience and I am glad I was able to experience it. I sincerely hope Vijay Mallya and Kingfisher keep their promise of starting San Francisco - Bangalore non-stop.

Big question however, is can this model be sustained in the long run? This route certainly is doing well for Kingfisher (not sure about Mangalore - Chennai however as I counted hardly 15-20 passengers one day).

Kingfisher experience certainly brings back heady memories of earlier luxurious air travel.

Agreed, Kingfisher has lot of money (its parent UB Group is World's number two spirits company - Kingfisher Beer, McDowell's Whisky among 140 brands they sell), but the recent news about massive loss is not a good news. I certainly hope they survive and maintain same level of service.

So all I can say now is fly and enjoy "Kingfisher Experience" while you can!

Comments welcome!

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My earlier trip reports:

TACA Peru and LAN Peru: Lima-Cuzco-Lima

LAN Los Angeles - Lima - Los Angeles

United San Francisco - Beijing - San Francisco

ATA San Francisco - Honolulu - San Francisco

Silk Air Singapore - Siam Reap Cambodia - Singapore

Singapore Airlines Singapore - Bangalore Inaugural

Air Deccan First week Bangalore - Mangalore - Bangalore

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User currently offlineBritPilot777 From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2004, 1075 posts, RR: 2
Reply 1, posted (8 years 2 weeks 14 hours ago) and read 13629 times:

Hey,

Great Trip report! I remember flying IT between Goa and Mumbai on their A320 back in March and it really was a great experience, very professional airline with great staff. One thing I will remember most was that the A320 had PTV's and again on such a short flight we were given a hot meal!

Good job on the report again!

BP777



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User currently offlineJaysit From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (8 years 2 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 13527 times:

Well, Kingfisher seem to be fantastic.

But is all that service really needed for a short one hour hop?

Maybe they need to re-examine their business model if they plan on being profitable some day.


User currently offlineVivekman2006 From India, joined May 2006, 541 posts, RR: 3
Reply 3, posted (8 years 2 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 13476 times:

Good trip report! Did the ATR-72 have working PTVs? Would have loved to see a pic of the ATR cabin with PTVs  Smile

Quoting Gamps (Thread starter):
Air Deccan ATR 72-500 at 9:20AM

Air Deccan has only ATR-42s in their fleet.


User currently offlineGamps From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 469 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (8 years 2 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 13391 times:

Quoting Vivekman2006 (Reply 3):
Air Deccan has only ATR-42s in their fleet.

Air Deccan took delivery of their first ATR72-500 in June 2005. They placed an order for 30 ATR72s in Feb 2005 and I believe so far six have been delivered (in addition to two used ones)

I flew on one of the new (well, one year old) Air Deccan ATR 72-500 last month on Bangalore-Mangalore-Bangalore.

Here is the photo of VT-DKB - at Mangalore Airport.



[Edited 2006-10-18 17:37:02]

User currently offlineVivekman2006 From India, joined May 2006, 541 posts, RR: 3
Reply 5, posted (8 years 2 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 13379 times:

Wow, thats news! Don't see them around BOM.... And no pics on Anet as well!

Will try and click some if they do come here.

Quoting Gamps (Reply 4):
Here is the photo of VT-KDB - at Mangalore Airport.

VT-KDB? Or do you mean VT-DKB?


User currently offlineDoor5Right From United Kingdom, joined Dec 2005, 707 posts, RR: 16
Reply 6, posted (8 years 2 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 13374 times:

Nice report and pictures, Mr. Gamps.

You certainly did well to get a bag of goodies and nice food on such a short run!



My soul is in the sky...
User currently offlineGamps From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 469 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (8 years 2 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 13356 times:

Quoting Vivekman2006 (Reply 5):
VT-KDB? Or do you mean VT-DKB?

Sorry, yes it is VT-DKB. I corrected it. BTW there were no PTVs on the ATR.


User currently offlineBuck3y3nut From United States of America, joined Jul 2006, 881 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (8 years 2 weeks 7 hours ago) and read 13271 times:

Great report. I get to enjoy the Kingfisher Experience on Dec. 23 when I fly from DEL to BOM. I'm very excited about it and this report makes it better  Smile Looks like Kingfisher is a very good airline. and I hope they can start overseas service as well...

User currently offlineBlrsea From India, joined May 2005, 1426 posts, RR: 3
Reply 9, posted (8 years 2 weeks 6 hours ago) and read 13214 times:

Good trip report! Hope Kingfisher flies international soon. Here is one more passenger looking forward to BLR-SFO non-stop!!

User currently offlineBA319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8564 posts, RR: 54
Reply 10, posted (8 years 1 week 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 12904 times:
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What a great report, just superb!

Service levels are just amazing, I'd have never thought IT provided all they seem to.

It will be interesting to see how long they can keep this up for.

Rgds

Mark



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User currently offlineVasu From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2005, 3943 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (8 years 1 week 5 days 22 hours ago) and read 12746 times:

Looks like a nice airline!

What are their intl. destinations going to be?

I do hope London is one of them!


User currently offlineAfterburner From Indonesia, joined Jun 2005, 1214 posts, RR: 1
Reply 12, posted (8 years 1 week 5 days 22 hours ago) and read 12732 times:

Quoting Gamps (Thread starter):
I again chose Vegetarian option - it was Indonesian Nasi Gorang - was quite tasty, though Indianized!
Nasi Gorang with rice roll

Hi Gamps! I can't see the Nasi Goreng (fried rice) in that picture. What I can see is Mie Goreng (fried noodle). Was the rice inside the roll? And what were the fried(?) things on the right?


User currently offlineNimish From India, joined Feb 2005, 3265 posts, RR: 9
Reply 13, posted (8 years 1 week 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 12471 times:

Great report - glad you had a good journey. After 6 US domestic flights in as many days, I look forward to the time when I have to travel with IT!


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User currently offlineGamps From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 469 posts, RR: 1
Reply 14, posted (8 years 1 week 2 days 20 hours ago) and read 12416 times:

Quoting Afterburner (Reply 12):
Hi Gamps! I can't see the Nasi Goreng (fried rice) in that picture. What I can see is Mie Goreng (fried noodle). Was the rice inside the roll? And what were the fried(?) things on the right?

Nope - there was no rice. I remember Kingfisher in-flight dining menu having it as Nasi Goreng, but I am not very sure.

Fried things are paneer (cottage cheese) - I did not attempt to eat it as I was already full!


User currently offlineJustbala From India, joined Feb 2006, 169 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (8 years 1 week 2 days 8 hours ago) and read 12316 times:

Quoting Gamps (Thread starter):
Interestingly it mentioned "Photography is prohibited in some Indian airport"

Any airport in India, which also serves as a defence base (like PNQ , BLR), photography is not permitted. However in pure civilian airports like BOM, COK there is no prob in taking snaps, even on the tarmac.



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User currently offlineKaran69 From India, joined Oct 2004, 2893 posts, RR: 18
Reply 16, posted (8 years 1 week 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 12271 times:

Hey Gamps great report , glad to learn you enjoyed your IT experience.


Karan


User currently offlineNimish From India, joined Feb 2005, 3265 posts, RR: 9
Reply 17, posted (8 years 1 week 2 days ago) and read 12220 times:

Quoting Justbala (Reply 15):
However in pure civilian airports like BOM, COK there is no prob in taking snaps, even on the tarmac.

Not true, I think photography on the Tarmac is prohibited across the country. Check out this thread on Airliners-India.net



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User currently offlineBlrBird From United States of America, joined Apr 2005, 579 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (8 years 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 12080 times:

Hey great report and good to see IXE making progress.

Quoting Gamps (Thread starter):
Typical Bangalore airport departure area mess

People won't miss this feature in new airport too! It's funny (or irony) that they are building new airport with no separation of departure and arrival by different levels both are going to be on the same level.



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User currently offlineJustbala From India, joined Feb 2006, 169 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (8 years 1 week 15 hours ago) and read 12005 times:

Quoting Nimish (Reply 17):
Not true, I think photography on the Tarmac is prohibited across the country

Nope.. @ BOM I specifically asked the CISF personnel on the tarmac and they replied that its OK in BOM. I know its not allowed in PNQ and BLR as they are used for defence purposes also.



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User currently offlineHAWK21M From India, joined Jan 2001, 31692 posts, RR: 56
Reply 20, posted (8 years 1 week 8 hours ago) and read 11953 times:

Great Pictures & well described. Congrats.

Blue Dart has currently Two B752SF also.

Quoting Justbala (Reply 15):
However in pure civilian airports like BOM, COK there is no prob in taking snaps, even on the tarmac.



Quoting Justbala (Reply 19):
Nope.. @ BOM I specifically asked the CISF personnel on the tarmac and they replied that its OK in BOM. I know its not allowed in PNQ and BLR as they are used for defence purposes also.

NO Tarmac pics are permitted,as per DGCA Circular.

regds
MEL



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User currently offlineNimish From India, joined Feb 2005, 3265 posts, RR: 9
Reply 21, posted (8 years 1 week 8 hours ago) and read 11953 times:

Quoting Justbala (Reply 19):
Nope.. @ BOM I specifically asked the CISF personnel on the tarmac and they replied that its OK in BOM. I know its not allowed in PNQ and BLR as they are used for defence purposes also.

There are 2 options - either you had a more enlightened security chap, or the rules have changed. Either which way - awesome news for us aviation enthusiasts!



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User currently offlineChristao17 From Thailand, joined Apr 2005, 941 posts, RR: 8
Reply 22, posted (8 years 1 week 8 hours ago) and read 11947 times:

Nice report - good to read about something new and different. Kingfisher service sounds spectacular.

One bit of feedback, though, the copyright notes on your pictures are... a bit tacky. Perhaps just something a little more subtle? It is kind of funny, though, that you're concerned about copyrighting your pictures while you used a picture snagged from the Kingfisher website in your post!

Anyhow, just my two cents. Nice report, though.



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