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South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Fri Sep 09, 2011 6:48 pm

This trip report will be the fourth in a series of five, covering my recent holiday to South East Asia. The routing was NCL-DXB-KUL-DPS-SIN-HKG-DXB-NCL – with Emirates, Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia and Jetstar Asia.

You can find the other parts of the series here:
Part 1 - South East Asia Part 1: NCL-DXB-KUL With EK (by Lap747 Aug 30 2011 in Trip Reports)
Part 2 - South East Asia Part 2: KUL-DPS With MH (by Lap747 Aug 31 2011 in Trip Reports)
Part 3 - South East Asia Part 3: DPS-SIN With QZ (by Lap747 Sep 5 2011 in Trip Reports)



Background

There are many airlines that fly the busy route between Singapore and Hong Kong, however we decided to take the cheapest option of flying with Jetstar Asia as opposed to flying with CX or SQ. Sometimes price just has to take the lead...

My flight to Hong Kong was at 3.50pm so we decided to go straight to the airport after checking out of the hotel at 10.30am and get breakfast/lunch there. We took a taxi to the airport and arrived around 20 minutes later.




A couple of views of the ATC tower from the taxi and the terminal

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FIDS

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Overview of Terminal 1 at Changi

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QF/BA Customer Service

Since my flight was not departing for another 4 ½ hours or so, I took a trip the Skytrain to Terminal 3 and had a look around there. I also went up to the aviation gallery which had some good views of the runway, however not so good photo opportunities due to the window design as will become evident later on...

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The train only took 2 minutes to get to T3

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Airlines and terminals – obviously with the airlines blanked out not operating to SIN anymore!

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Nice welcome and good first impression of T3




T3 FIDS

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Looking around the terminal building – I was very impressed at how they keep the floor so shiny!

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Baggage Reclaim area

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Check in desks

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SQ info desk

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I then took the lift up to level 3 for the Changi Aviation Gallery.

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Overview of airside at T3

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SQ A380 and A330 (9V-STR) – The windows aren’t very photo friendly 

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9V-STI

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A couple of 3K A320’s landing

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The light and airy viewing gallery



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View into the check in hall

I then went back downstairs to head back to T1; however on the way back I was distracted by The Singapore Aviation Centennial Exhibition which was running from the 8th August until the 31st October 2011. It was a very informative and interesting exhibition about the last 100 years of aviation in Singapore, how it has evolved over the years to what it is now and also the introduction and evolution of Singapore Airlines. I really enjoyed looking at it and managed to spend around 45 minutes here.


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There was also a model of the transparent plane released by Airbus, who said they hoped to have it flying by 2050. Wonder if it will happen...

After being distracted by the exhibition I got the Skytrain back to T1.
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CX check in, Terminal 1

After getting something quick to eat, I headed over to the Jetstar Asia check in desks for 3K 695 to Hong Kong.

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Other 3K flights to Penang and Phnom Penh

Check in didn’t take long and I headed through immigration into departures (note that security is done at the gate in SIN instead of when heading into departures).

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Airside in T1

I walked around the terminal and got some good photos

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3K A320 9V-JSB, CI A333 B-18317 and AK A320 9M-AFJ

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Looking over to the cargo apron

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SQ A333

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9W A332

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9V-JSH

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Head on with a 767 and A320

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Overview of the apron

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JT B737-900ER taxiing to a gate – this aircraft is brand new

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9V-JSB pushing back

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SQ Cargo B744 and IT A332

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Full view of 9M-AFJ after the CI A333 had pushed back

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VN A332 landing

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TG B772 HS-TJU turning into the gate

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9V-STS taxiing for departure

I looked up into the distance and saw that the whalejet was on approach to runway 20R!

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SQ A380 about to touchdown

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QZ A320 PK-AXQ

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SQ Cargo B744 9V-SFN

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3K A320 9V-JSK – little did I know at the time, this would later be the aircraft to take me to HKG

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Shanghai Airlines Cargo landing

I then had a walk around the rest of T1.

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Improving the terminal building – there was a lot of work going on inside and also outside all over the terminal

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SQ B773 9V-SYF

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QF A333 VH-QPC

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TR A320 9V-TAM

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Antonov AN32 of Airmark Aviation Singapore – Built in 1989, this aircraft has served around the world – flying first for Aeroflot as CCCP-48972 and later as ER-AWY in Sudan.

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MH B734 9M-MMZ

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Berjaya Air Dash 7 9M-TAL – Previously flew for Brymon Airways in the UK as G-BOAY until 1995

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MI A320 9V-SLD

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The rooftop swimming pool!

I then took a walk down to the gate as it was nearing the time of the flight.

Thursday 18th August 2011

3K 695

Singapore Changi Airport (SIN/WSSS) – Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok Airport (HKG/VHHH)
Departure Time – 3.50pm
Arrival Time – 7.45pm
Duration – 3 hours 55 minutes
Aircraft – Airbus A320-232 / 9V-JSK / Built in 2011, Delivered to 3K on 22nd July 2011
Seat – 22A


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Arriving at the gate

The gate was open when I arrived and security screening was done at the gate.

Views from inside the gate area were good:

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CX A333 B-LAD – I would later see this aircraft landing in HKG after my flight

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My aircraft – 9V-JSK delivered less than 1 month earlier brand new from Airbus

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SQ B773 9V-SYD landing on 20C

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KE B772 turning onto 20C

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Bad shot of 9V-SRF

After around 15 minutes of waiting we were invited for boarding.

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View from the airbridge

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View from 22A – this was actually the same gate that we had arrived at 5 days earlier. CX B773 B-HNE parked next to us

Welcome announcement from the captain was given with estimated flying time to be 3 hours 35 minutes, good weather en route with a little turbulence expected on arrival into HKG

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Pushback commenced about 10 minutes after boarding was completed

Taxi to runway 20C for departure was one of the shortest I have ever had; it was literally around one corner!

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Waiting for takeoff next to TG B772 HS-TJU that I had seen arriving earlier

We waited for a while before the captain announced the reason – they were doing a runway inspection and we could expect takeoff in around 7 minutes.

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8M A320 XY-AGG joining the queue

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VN-A372 following on – this aircraft flew for Swiss as HB-IQJ until 2009

We departed after the TG B772 and it felt like quite a slow acceleration down the runway – I thought it could have been a de-rated takeoff but I’m not sure.

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Takeoff from runway 20C

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The many shipping lanes in the Singapore Strait

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Flying over an Indonesian island (Batam Island)? – Where the QF32 incident occurred in November 2010


Looking through the window



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Cloud formations

I wasn’t very hungry after eating in the airport but I looked through the menu anyway

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In the end I just got a Sky Snacks Value Pack, which was a packet of crisps, cookies and chocolate and a bottle of water for SGD$6 (forgot to take a picture though, sorry!)

[Edited 2011-09-09 11:58:55]
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RE: South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Fri Sep 09, 2011 6:54 pm

CONTINUED.....


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Flying somewhere over the South China Sea

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Cabin view with a few empty seats

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The sun was starting to set as we approached HKG
The rest of the flight was uneventful, I watched Toy Story 3 on my iPod. We made a smooth on time arrival on HKG’s runway 07L.

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Taxiing to the gate – CX B777 and a couple of UA B744’s

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BA B744 resting until its flight back to LHR

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AY A343

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You can’t really tell from the picture but this was the CX A333 I saw in SIN earlier, B-LAD, arriving

We had parked at a remote stand so had to be bussed to the terminal.

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Leaving 9V-JSK behind

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UA B744 pushing back with a TK B77W tail on the right

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CA B752 B-2836 viewed from the bus

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FIDS with lots of late night departures

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Baggage reclaim hall

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Waiting for our bags

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We headed down to get a taxi to our hotel in Kowloon

All in all, Jetstar Asia were a pretty good low cost airline. I thought they were much better than my previous flight with AirAsia. I would definitely fly with them again.

My final TR will be the flights home with EK, HKG-DXB-NCL including the Emirates A380 and spotting pics at HKG.  Smile

Lap747

[Edited 2011-09-09 12:07:26]
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RE: South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Fri Sep 09, 2011 8:01 pm

Nice report!

I will be on this very same flight in November, really looking forward to try JetStar Asia.

Quoting Lap747 (Thread starter):
All in all, Jetstar Asia were a pretty good low cost airline. I thought they were much better than my previous flight with AirAsia. I would definitely fly with them again.

Good, how about the seatpitch? is it ok for a 3:30 hour flight?

The menu looks quite mouthwatering... hmm... Hainanese Chicken Rice agh.... and as for Chnagi, well quite a hard to beat airport, so cool.

Can´t wait to be back there!

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RE: South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Sat Sep 10, 2011 12:20 am

Thanks for the comments MIAspotter!

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 2):
Good, how about the seatpitch? is it ok for a 3:30 hour flight?

I thought the seatpitch was alright, not great, but I didn't find the flight uncomfortable at all.

Hope you enjoy your flight with them!

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RE: South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Sat Sep 10, 2011 1:34 am

Love all the great photos, especially of Changi!

Did you happen to see the big slide that they added? It might be airside...
 
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RE: South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Sat Sep 10, 2011 3:07 am

Quoting Lap747 (Thread starter):
There was also a model of the transparent plane released by Airbus, who said they hoped to have it flying by 2050.

   Perhaps the best picture of that plane I've seen yet!
Good night, and keep watching the skis. Uh, skies.
 
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RE: South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Sat Sep 10, 2011 9:34 am

Thanks for the feedback burj!  
Quoting burj (Reply 4):
Did you happen to see the big slide that they added?

I didn't see any big slide.... where about is it?

Quoting Tigerguy (Reply 5):
  Perhaps the best picture of that plane I've seen yet!

  my apologies - here is the proper picture!
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Sat Sep 10, 2011 11:24 am

Quoting Lap747 (Reply 3):
Thanks for the comments MIAspotter!

You´re welcomed mate  
Quoting Lap747 (Reply 3):
I thought the seatpitch was alright, not great, but I didn't find the flight uncomfortable at all.

Oh cool, I was worried for a bit because I heard it was really uncomforable, do you remember from the Menu, if they sold scale models onboard?

Quoting Lap747 (Reply 3):
Hope you enjoy your flight with them!

I definitely will! I am really looking forward to discover HKG and return to Singapore.

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Sat Sep 10, 2011 2:03 pm

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 7):
Oh cool, I was worried for a bit because I heard it was really uncomforable, do you remember from the Menu, if they sold scale models onboard?

I didn't find the legroom to be a problem, I'm about 6ft and I found the flight quite comfortable. They do sell a model of the A320 onboard but I didn't buy one.

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 7):
I am really looking forward to discover HKG and return to Singapore.

They are both amazing and very interesting cities!

Luke
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Sun Sep 11, 2011 5:13 am

Quoting Lap747 (Reply 6):
I didn't see any big slide.... where about is it?

It is at T3:


http://www.changiairport.com/at-chan...tertainment-lifestyle/the-slide-t3
 
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Sun Sep 11, 2011 4:38 pm

Wow, I didn't see that - wish I had of known about it before I went!
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Mon Sep 12, 2011 6:16 am

Hi

Another nice report in your asia-series trip reports, I must say those SIN pics are really eye-blinding.
Look forward to the final part!


Greetings
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Mon Sep 12, 2011 2:25 pm

Thanks for the comments Marc, final part will be up soon!  

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RE: South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Tue Sep 13, 2011 6:32 am

Hi Luke!

Nice 3rd part of your journey. You did quite some extensive spotting at SIN, lots of widebody action going on there.

Quoting Lap747 (Thread starter):
CX A333 B-LAD – I would later see this aircraft landing in HKG after my flight

Hey, you could've taken this one to HKG then as well. Was it a big price difference with 3K?

Quoting Lap747 (Thread starter):
Cloud formations

Looks impressive.

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Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:19 am

Thanks Sultanils!

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Hey, you could've taken this one to HKG then as well. Was it a big price difference with 3K?

CX were a lot more expensive than 3K unfortunately  

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RE: South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Wed Sep 14, 2011 4:56 pm

Hi Luke !

Anoher nice report from you with nice pictures!

Spotting at SIN is always great and nice pics from the new Terminal 3 where I haven't been yet/ It looks nice but not as great for spotting as Terminal 1.

3K looks okay but too bad that they serve Pepsi   

The model of the proposed Airbus plane from 2050 looks a lot like Boeing's Sonic Cruiser except that it's clear.

It's nice that there are so many choices of airlines now between SIN and HKG.

Great also with the exhibition in SIN about aviation there.

How many new registrations did you get ?

Looking forward to your last part!

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RE: South East Asia Part 4: SIN-HKG With 3K

Thu Sep 15, 2011 8:19 pm

Quoting The777Man (Reply 15):
Anoher nice report from you with nice pictures!

Thanks! 
Quoting The777Man (Reply 15):
Spotting at SIN is always great and nice pics from the new Terminal 3 where I haven't been yet/ It looks nice but not as great for spotting as Terminal 1.

Yeah, terminal 1 had much better views, although I don't know what T3 is like airside for spotting...

Quoting The777Man (Reply 15):
How many new registrations did you get ?

I don't really record registrations... just go off the pictures I got - but I reckon I got quite a few!

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Fri Sep 16, 2011 1:39 am

Hi Luke !

Quoting Lap747 (Reply 16):
I don't really record registrations... just go off the pictures I got - but I reckon I got quite a few!

Makes it even better that you took down the registrations then! Thank You!

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