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NCL-JFK-NCL Via LHR(NON-REV) With Pics  
User currently offlineSketty222 From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2006, 1778 posts, RR: 3
Posted (7 years 7 months 4 weeks 14 hours ago) and read 8558 times:

Hi All
I recently took a trip to JFK from NCL and thought I would share it with you all, so here goes.

After only having about 3 hours sleep my alarm went off at 0400. Not good, I knew I shouldnt have had that extra pint the night before  Silly
I grabbed a quick shower and finished packing my carry on bag with magazines, camera etc. The taxi turned up at 0520 to take us to the airport. The journey to the airport only takes about 20minutes form my house so I knew I would have plenty time when I arrived at the airport. Even though I was only travelling on a domestic flight I always like to get to the airport over an around before the flight departure time. We arrived at the airport and I paid the taxi driver and made my way into main terminal. The queue at the BA self service machines was quite large at around 15mins waiting time. I stood in the queue and when it was my turn I bypassed the machines and made my way to the check-in desk queues. The reason behind this is that am travelling non-rev and so couldnt actually use the machines anyway. It took around 15mins to clear check-in and both my wife and I were told the flight was wide open and we were given boarding cards straight away.

NCL-LHR
BA1321
20/04/07
0655-0810
A320
SEAT 22E and 22F

As we had our boarding cards issued we made our way through security which was a breeze this morning, normally you can be standing there for 20 minutes or more. Once through security I went to Travelex and got myself some dollars and then ff I went for a coffee. I actually contemplated having a Gin and Tonic but decided it was a little early in the morning for that. My wife and I made our way to gate 3 where the LHR flights leave from and bloody hell was it busy in there. we weren't sitting in the gate for very long when boarding was announced. They offered pre-boarding to executive Gold and Silver card holders and passengers needing assistance and then after that everyone else was asked to board. We were greeted by Two BA crew who were very polite and greeted every passenger (well at least the ones I could see) with a smile. We made our way down towards the back of the plane to seats 22EF and got settled into the nice comfy leather seats. My wife had the window seat on this occasion and as I always have the window seat whenever we fly I thought I would be the gentleman and let her sit there. Anyway the captain had already said there wouldn't be much to see due to cloud cover over our entire route.
Our departure time came and went and at around 0700 the Captain came over the intercom and stated that air traffic control had some restrictions that meant we couldn't leave any earlier than 0725.
We waited on stand until around 0715 and then we began our pushback. Pulling onto runway 07R we stopped an then the engines spooled up thrusting us forward at a good speed. The take off run was a short one and within seconds we were into the clouds.
Breakfast was served which consisted of a sausage and egg pannini and a cup of coffee. We had been flying for about 35 minutes when the FO announced to us that we would be starting our descent. Ten minutes later and we were in a stack being held South West of LHR. I nearly shat myself when I looked out of the window and saw another BA A320 what seemed like feet away. The bloke in the window seat in the row in front also had the same kind of reaction. There were a few other types in the hold including an AA777(could have been a 767 though) and a BMI A320 and after 10 minutes of holding we were cleared for finals into LHR. We got a good view of Kingston upon Thames on finals and not long after we were on the ground and taxiing to T1.

I looked at my watch and reason that we may not have enough time to connect to the JFK flight as we had to wait for our bags in T1 before going over to T4. The good thing about being non-rev is that you can basically list for any flight so if we missed the BA175 we could always list for the next flight.
We made our way to the baggage carousel and waited for about 15minutes for our bag. Once we had our bag we went to catch the LHR Xpress over to T4. As soon as we boarded the train it pulled away from the platform and I started to feel as if we would have enough time to catch our flight.

LHR-JFK
BA175
20/04/07
1025-1255
747-400
SEATS 53D and 53E

We made our way up from the basement of T4 up to the departures area finding the staff travel office.
We reached the Staff Travel Office at 0920 and the queue in there was rather large. After standing in the queue until we were second in line a young Asian man came running into the office asking if he could jump the line so that he could try and catch his flight that left in 35 minutes. I think he was trevalling to delhi as that flight left in the next 45minutes ish. Since our flight didn't leave for another hour and a ten minutes I let the guy jump in front of me but once he got to the desk he was told that he had missed the flight as it was now closed.
He wasn't to pleased to say the least. We waited our turn and the lovely lady at the desk called the gate to see if she should issue us boarding ards now or if they would be allocated at the gate. I guess she was told to do it there and then as she printed off our boarding cards with seats 53D and E. Doh!, no Club World for me today.

Clearing security was a breeze except for some young security guy who had a stinking attitude. No time for duty free shopping today as the flight had already started boarding and the flight was leaving from gate 24 which was about 10-15 minutes walk. When at the gate I jokingly asked if there were any of those nice flat beds to rest my tired legs and the gate agent stated that the flight was completely sold out with only a couple of seats left in economy.
Again the staff greeting passengers at the gate were very cheerful and full of smiles. A lot of the travelling I have done recently has been on 777's and it was good to be on a 747 again, the only thing I had forgotten was how long a walk it was to the back of the plane. On boarding i turned right and could see the New Club World. What I would do for one of those seats. The whole cabin looked fantastic and has such a comtempory feel to it.
We began pushback at 1055 and began our taxi to the active runway. Standing at the end of the runway I couldn't wait to feel the power of the 747 pushing me back in my seat. It was such a rush to be taking off on one of these aircraft again. There must have been a bit of a crosswind as the Captain was trying to keep the plane in a straight line for the majority of the take-off run.
We were airborne at last and I peaked out of the window to my left and could see that it was quite hazy. The CSD announced the cabin crew to us and advised that he would be starting the inflight entertainment shortly. As soon as the seat belt sign went off I was up to take a quick snap of the ground below us.

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The flight was as full as the gate agent stated with only a few seats left in economy.

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A wine to start the journey with
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I sat back down and then remembered that all flights with the new Club World would have the AVOD system. I began to start flicking through the films available to see if there was anything I fancied. The meal service started soon after I had finished looking at the films and i was offered a choice of shepherds pie or chicken curry. I opted for the chicken curry and nearly forgot to get a photo before I tucked into it

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My wife chose the shepherd pie and was obviously enjoying it

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The meal was really nice, one of the nicest I have had in economy with any airline Ive travelled with. The flight was good taking a routing over the Bristol, South wales, Western Ireland and then out into the deep blue Atlantic. Our Atlantic crossing would finish with us breaking land at Newfoundland and then routing down over St.Johns, Boston and then down into New York.

I watched Dejavu which has Denzel Washington in it. Its quite good actually and passed about 2-3hours of the flight. I decided that I been sitting for too long and got up for a walk about. The only thing with sitting at the back of the plane is that everyone congregates here, meaning that I couldn't get to the window at the exit on my side. We had just started our crossing of Newfoundland and over St. johns when I went to the other side of the aircraft and could see some nice Ice flows in the sea

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We started to climb again as we had been cruising at 37000ft and when I caught a look at the moving map we had gone up to 39,000ft

I could also see form the moving map that we were heading towards Boston. Again I was out of my seat trying to see what there was to see.
The Massachusetts coast
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notice the contrail
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spotted this airfield in the Boston area
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We then flew over Boston. I think this is Logan airport

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I took my seat again and decided to grab some more wine for the last couple of hours of the flight.
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Looks like I'm not the only one with this idea. The FA's are working hard again
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We eventually started our final descent into JFK and I believe we came in over Long Island and Jamaica Bay although I could be wrong. I know that we did get a good view, well a view anyways, of Manhattan in the distance.

We touched down and spoilers and reversers were deployed etc to slow us down. The taxi to terminal 7 was a long one with us having to cross an active runway and waiting for other aircraft to taxi. I couldn't believe how may JetBlue planes were here. I know it is a hub for them but just didn't realise how much of a hub it was.

We parked at the gate and on disembarking I grabbed a couple of rushed shots of the Club cabin


All in all it was a good flight with a good service from the cabin crew. I dont normally travel right down the back of the aircraft but it was still an enjoyable experience. The flying time was 6hrs 50mins although it didn't seem anywhere near that long.

The return flights will follow in the next day or two

Lee


There's flying and then there's flying
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User currently offlineDFW13L From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 1, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 6 days 20 hours ago) and read 7733 times:

Enjoyed the report!

A couple questions: Did the A320 have the pop-down screens that show the air show (moving map)? The last A320 on BA I flew GLA-LHR had that and I was impressed that they had it on a short-haul aircraft.

As a BA non-revver, is it typically difficult to get Club World or First? I'm an AA nonrev and have nonrevved on 3 BA transatlantic flights on 777s, using a OneWorld Zed pass and got World Traveller Plus on two of the three and World Traveller the third time. I know that when traveling on other carriers we usually get the economy section, but didn't know what it's like as a BA staff as far as getting premium seats.

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
My wife had the window seat on this occasion and as I always have the window seat whenever we fly I thought I would be the gentleman and let her sit there. Anyway the captain had already said there wouldn't be much to see due to cloud cover over our entire route.

Funny!

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
We then flew over Boston. I think this is Logan airport

Most definitely, and a great shot. The far left terminal is the international arrivals. I think American is the next terminal to it with two concourses. Not sure about all the others.

Thanks for sharing. And looking forward to you Club World trip on the return!


User currently offlineJetset763 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 6 days 20 hours ago) and read 7724 times:

Hiya good trip report! Newcastle doesn't have a 07R right tho and you were holding NW of the airport at BNN  Wink

User currently offlineBHD From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2005, 282 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 7670 times:

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
am travelling non-rev

What is non-rev?

Thanks
Woody


User currently offlineDFW13L From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 4, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 7401 times:

Quoting BHD (Reply 3):
What is non-rev?

Non-rev is the code word (non revenue) for employee flying on a standby basis, as part of their travel benefits. It means he's BA staff and didn't buy a ticket, but used an employee pass.


User currently offlineCastleIsland From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 5, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 6 days 7 hours ago) and read 7236 times:

Nice report, Sketty.

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
spotted this airfield in the Boston area

That's BVY, Beverly Municipal Airport, located some 25-30 miles NE of BOS

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
I think this is Logan airport

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Quoting DFW13L (Reply 1):
The far left terminal is the international arrivals. I think American is the next terminal to it with two concourses. Not sure about all the others.

Starting on the left and moving clockwise (and circling around the central structure, which is parking), we have Terminal E (international, and soon to be re-named D); C, with the two concourses, housing Continental, United, Midwest, Cape Air, and AirTran; B, housing American, USAirways, Air Canada, Spirit, America West and Alaska Air; and A on the far right, housing Delta.

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
decided to grab some more wine for the last couple of hours of the flight.

Heck, once you're over BOS, it's only about 45 minutes in the air before wheels down at JFK.


User currently offlineLan1981 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 6, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 6 days 5 hours ago) and read 7166 times:

Thanks for taking the time to report your journey, I really enjoyed the photos too - great! Hope you had a nice time in New York!

Quoting DFW13L (Reply 4):
he's BA staff and didn't buy a ticket

True, non-rev means that you don't purchase a commercial ticket, but as BA staff on a standard ID90, the tickets still cost over £100 r/t.

Quoting DFW13L (Reply 1):
As a BA non-revver, is it typically difficult to get Club World or First

That depends; if you hold a senior position within the company, you might be entitled to Club or better depending on your cabin entitlement or 'priority'. The majority of staff at BA only have entitlement to travel in the Economy cabin, and that is where they are usually assigned; exceptions occur when the Economy cabin is full (staff will usually be upgraded before commercial pax), at the discretion of ground staff or where the employee knows a member of the operating crew or ground staff.

For most BA staff, the most likely way to get upgraded is where the Economy cabins are full. Unlike other airlines, BA does not routinely upgrade staff. Obviously that was a shame for Sketty222 in this case!


User currently offlineBHD From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2005, 282 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 6 days 3 hours ago) and read 7105 times:

Quoting DFW13L (Reply 4):
Non-rev is the code word (non revenue) for employee flying on a standby basis

Thanks DFM13L  Smile


User currently offlineSketty222 From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2006, 1778 posts, RR: 3
Reply 8, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 6943 times:

HI guys

Thanks for all of the replies, I like to get feedback so I can try and make the next report better

Quoting DFW13L (Reply 1):
A couple questions: Did the A320 have the pop-down screens that show the air show (moving map)? The last A320 on BA I flew GLA-LHR had that and I was impressed that they had it on a short-haul aircraft.

This A320 didnt have the screens as I think it was one of the older A320's that BA have.

Quoting DFW13L (Reply 1):
As a BA non-revver, is it typically difficult to get Club World or First? I'm an AA nonrev and have nonrevved on 3 BA transatlantic flights on 777s, using a OneWorld Zed pass and got World Traveller Plus on two of the three and World Traveller the third time. I know that when traveling on other carriers we usually get the economy section, but didn't know what it's like as a BA staff as far as getting premium seats.

To be honest with you it can be quite difficult to get Club or First but it all depends on flight loads and the priority that your tickets have. I have travelled trans-atlantic about 9-10 times return and have had Club once and First once, the rest of the time I have either been in WT+ or economy. To be honst I love flying and travelling and for the price of the tickets Im quite happy to sit in economy, any upgrade is a bonus.

Quoting DFW13L (Reply 4):
he's BA staff and didn't buy a ticket, but used an employee pass

Your right in this case but normally it costs me nearly £200 to buy a ticket to North Eastern USA/Canada.

Quoting DFW13L (Reply 1):
Thanks for sharing. And looking forward to you Club World trip on the return!

Well, there was no Club but theres a bit of a story to that so I'll mention it in the return trip report

Lee



There's flying and then there's flying
User currently offlineAerofan From United States of America, joined Aug 2004, 1517 posts, RR: 2
Reply 9, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 5 days 2 hours ago) and read 6748 times:

Sketty222

I don't understand.... Wrightbrothers has a TR in which he describes a flight from LAX to LHR. He was in F. How come he could get this and u couldn't get a seat even in J? Have u just started to work at BA or something?


User currently offlineSketty222 From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2006, 1778 posts, RR: 3
Reply 10, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 6641 times:

Quoting Aerofan (Reply 9):
I don't understand.... Wrightbrothers has a TR in which he describes a flight from LAX to LHR. He was in F. How come he could get this and u couldn't get a seat even in J? Have u just started to work at BA or something?

Hi Aerofan, Wrightbrothers is lucky in that his Father works as a manager in the engineering department at BA. I know this because I asked him the exact same question when i read his trip report in F.
Ive worked for BA for nearly 6 years now but probably one of the reasons I didnt get J or F is that I was on quite a low priority free ticket

Never mind though, theres always next time


Lee



There's flying and then there's flying
User currently offlineLHR777 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 11, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 6515 times:

Quoting Sketty222 (Reply 10):
Ive worked for BA for nearly 6 years now but probably one of the reasons I didnt get J or F is that I was on quite a low priority free ticket

54A/M47, or lower??


User currently offlineDFW13L From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 12, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 23 hours ago) and read 6403 times:

Quoting Sketty222 (Reply 8):
Your right in this case but normally it costs me nearly £200 to buy a ticket to North Eastern USA/Canada.

That's about what it costs on AA for a round trip pass in first class. A bit cheaper in business and a lot cheaper in coach. The UK departure taxes cost nearly $200 of the $400.


User currently offlineJafa39 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 13, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 6375 times:

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
After only having about 3 hours sleep my alarm went off at 0400

Ha ha  Smile

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
it was a little early in the morning for that.

It was half past 2 in Kuala Lumpur... Wink

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
in a stack being held South West of LHR.

Yup....that'd be right.

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
The whole cabin looked fantastic and has such a comtempory feel to it

Oh no! They didn't let Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen loose on it did they? Smile

You is a lucky dog, getting free tickets and all.....hmmmm, come to think of it..I haven't paid for my last 138 flights either! But I have to work for them.

Looking forward to Pt 2.


User currently offlineBAStew From Australia, joined Sep 2006, 1030 posts, RR: 2
Reply 14, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 9 hours ago) and read 6193 times:

Staff travel at BA and it's benefits it gives you depends on length of service.

Up to 7 years service you are entitled to unlimited ID90.

Then after 7 years you get more benefits up to 1 x confirmed J ticked per year (waitlisted).

Flight crew and cabin service directors and management are entitled to one FIRST ticket per year (waitlisted).

We do not have the option to pay extra to non-rev in CLUB although staff are generally upgraded before revenue pax when it is overbooked down the back. The crew on the day may also at their discretion move staff forward. That is the worst part of world traveller plus. A bump up from world traveller used to be to club, now it is generally to WTP.

Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
I dont normally travel right down the back of the aircraft but it was still an enjoyable experience.

Travelling RIGHT down the back at BA can have its advantages, especially on the jumbo. The usual 3x4x3 config become 2x4x2 in the last few rows. If there are any spare seats next to you they are likely to be in the last few rows. And at BA we start the service from the front of the traveller cabin going forward, and from the very back of the aircraft going towards the front. So if you are served in the last few rows you will get served first and always get your choice of meal.  Wink


User currently offlineDFW13L From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 15, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 9 hours ago) and read 6171 times:

Quoting BAStew (Reply 14):
Travelling RIGHT down the back at BA can have its advantages, especially on the jumbo. The usual 3x4x3 config become 2x4x2 in the last few rows. If there are any spare seats next to you they are likely to be in the last few rows. And at BA we start the service from the front of the traveller cabin going forward, and from the very back of the aircraft going towards the front. So if you are served in the last few rows you will get served first and always get your choice of meal

I used a Oneworld pass to nonrev on BA2192 DFW-LGW last summer as I went to Farnborough. I was allocated an aisle seat in WT at about row 37 on the 777, with two seatmates next to me. I looked back and on the last row of the 777, there were only 2 seats, and both were empty! I asked a member of cabin crew if I could move back there and he said it was fine. So I did. I really liked sitting on the back row with just 2seats. And it was even better because I had both seats to myself. It's nice compared to the 3X3X3 in the rest of WT.


User currently offlineJafa39 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 6099 times:

Quoting BAStew (Reply 14):
and from the very back of the aircraft going towards the front. So if you are served in the last few rows you will get served first and always get your choice of meal.

A good tip for all BA pax that one! Incidentally, on Air NZ long haul they alternate the serving order, so if you were first at breakfast you'll be last at dinner.


User currently offlineSketty222 From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2006, 1778 posts, RR: 3
Reply 17, posted (7 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 6056 times:

Quoting LHR777 (Reply 11):
54A/M47, or lower??

55A/M46 which is low I believe

Quoting Jafa39 (Reply 13):
It was half past 2 in Kuala Lumpur...

Ill remember that for the next time I travel early morning

Quoting Jafa39 (Reply 13):
Oh no! They didn't let Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen loose on it did they?

Its quite nice actually. I think it would be nice if they added some nice mood lighting in there though

Quoting BAStew (Reply 14):


Quoting Sketty222 (Thread starter):
I dont normally travel right down the back of the aircraft but it was still an enjoyable experience.

Travelling RIGHT down the back at BA can have its advantages, especially on the jumbo. The usual 3x4x3 config become 2x4x2 in the last few rows. If there are any spare seats next to you they are likely to be in the last few rows. And at BA we start the service from the front of the traveller cabin going forward, and from the very back of the aircraft going towards the front. So if you are served in the last few rows you will get served first and always get your choice of meal.

Ive never thought about it like that before, thanks

Ok Everyone
Im having a few probs with my PC at the moment so the return trip wont be posted for the next couple of days or so

Lee



There's flying and then there's flying
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