I do have some stories to share.
, Y Class, 11 March 2009
My seatmate (which I assume is a Singaporean) asked to look at my copy of the menu as he had the menu for the AMS
flight. That was the only conversation we had, though.
, J class, 25 June 2010
I was queuing at the J class check-in counter just before it opened when a Swiss Businessman got into the wrong row (First Class) and switched over to which I engaged in a conversation with him. He was to fly to FRA
after landing at BKK
. Turns out, he holds a PPL and we talked a bit about aviation.
Onboard, I requested for a second serving of the appetiser (it was too delicious!) and the Indian man next to me engaged in a conversation with me asking if they did not serve me the meal at all. We went on chatting about Thai Airways and their service.
, J Class, 16 March 2011
A very kind German Businessman was sitting next to me and we engaged in a nice conversation about my future travels for my trip I was having at that time with his flying plans back to Germany (FRA
) and the airlines he has flown on. He seem to be pretty impressed that I will be flying in the EK
A380 the next day!
, J Class, 20 March 2011
A Middle Eastern man from AUH
was seated beside me returning from a business trip. He even thought I was Thai throughout our conversation!
, J Class, 23 March 2011
Another Middle Eastern man next to me this time and we had a little chat, knowing that he's a customs supervisor at DXB
, Y Class, 27 June 2011
The man who seemed of Indian accent which was a seat away from me (we had the middle seat empty) asked me if there were any Duty Free shops in KUL
. It turned out that he was from New York and just came in from the Philippines.
In short, I found out that passengers in J class are nicer to talk to probably due to their nature of being a businessman. However, I do not dispel the possibility that there are also nice people to talk to in Y class.