Busan is your favorite city? If I go to Seoul is it really worth visiting Busan? I've lived in both Seoul and Busan, and as great as Seoul is, I personally prefer the latter. The general vibes of the two are quite different with Busan seeming to be a little more relaxed. If you have time, I would r...Jump to post
Thank you for your video - I'm guessing it's the first time Cheongju has been featured in a trip report! Good to see Aero K finally get off the ground, hopefully they last longer than Air Philip and Air Pohang. I'll have to try them next time I'm in Korea.Jump to post
newbief1yer wrote:It is so refreshing to read such reports in these times of not flying much. Thanks for this and hoping to visit Mongolia in the future
Nice trip report, thanks for posting. London City and a vintage plane make all the more interesting. Looking at the cabin photos, it looks like it was 3 x 3 seating after all even though the seat map was 2 x 3, correct? I thought all 146s were 2 x 3 after the original 3 x 3 was too tight. Thank you...Jump to post
It's been a long time since I've enjoyed a trip report here so thank you for this interesting one on MIAT. I hope to visit Korea some day. Great to see an old Ryanair 737 still plugging away - I flew on her sisterships CSV & CSM many moons ago. All the best and thank you again for uploading - i...Jump to post
Thanks for writing up - pretty exotic type really. I have never flown on a 146 / Avro RJ and the chances of doing so now seem alot less - but after reading this you just reminded me to look for options. Thank you very much for reading! Off the top of my head there are scheduled BAe 146/Avro RJ oper...Jump to post
That said I'd take a 4-engined regional jet over an Embraer any day - just a shame it isn't really possible in Europe anymore. Nearly possible and maybe something for a more exotic TR! ARMENIA AIRWAYS is flying from EVN to IKA with the BAe146... :thumbsup: http://armeniaairways.am/ https://www.flig...Jump to post
A nice read. Never managed to get on a 4 engine small jet (and sadly doubt I will) so my travels will have to be through these kind of reports. Thanks Thank you for reading - sad to see these types of aircraft go, only five years or so ago there used to plenty flying about in Europe but they now se...Jump to post
What a nice "blast from the past" - WDL and their BAe146 fleet no longer exists. The new abbreviation and ICAO-code is GER for German Airways, callsign German Eagle. Also good news for D-AMGL, as a new career as water bomber for Neptune Aviation might be on the horizon! Anyways, looking f...Jump to post
As always, this trip report can also be read with a few more photos on my blog Background Following several weeks of planning, on a typically rainy early spring day in London, I finally settled on some form of itinerary for my long stopover in Uzbekistan as part of my June 2019 trip to Korea. Whilst...Jump to post
CrimsonNL wrote:Hi C152SY, excellent report! Thanks for sharing
Interesting trip report and pictures. A few years ago I traveled throughout Southeast Asia with some of my friends and we were actually going to include Mongolia in the trip (would've taken a red-eye MIAT 767 flight from BKK) but in the end we just couldn't fit it in. It seems like an interesting p...Jump to post
Really enjoyed seeing your report and photos. MIAT looks like an interesting airline and definitely beautiful photos along the route. Thank you very much for reading - MIAT definitely isn't one of the most reviewed airlines on here or the wider web! If you ever end up flying on the route I'd recomm...Jump to post
You can find the first part of the journey from Korea to Mongolia on a MIAT Boeing 737-800 here . Feel free to read this post on my blog for more photos. A False Start On a June Saturday evening in the Mongolian capital, I found myself packing my bag in preparation for my 0915 flight to Europe the n...Jump to post
cx777fan wrote:Thank you for a really enjoyable and detailed TR. You write very well!
Thanks for the trip report - nice to read something different, MIAT doesnt appear here too much. Peaked my interest in Busan too! Thank you for reading! If my searching is correct the last time a MIAT report appeared in this forum was back in 2014, so not the most reviewed airline on here. I would ...Jump to post
What a great TR. I flew with MIAT 2 months earlier, ICN-ULN-TXL. It was the last part of a round the world trip, which only happened because while in Peru it was cheaper to fly to ICN than back home direct to Europe, and from ICN, MIAT was the cheapest and quirkiest option available. I got the olde...Jump to post
DY789 wrote:Really enjoyable TR. Thank you for sharing!
debonair wrote:Nice TR, always a pleasure to read from such exotic places and airlines...
Hello everyone, this is the first part of my journey from Busan to Berlin via Ulaanbaatar and Moscow Sheremetyevo with MIAT Mongolian. The second part of the journey from Mongolia to Germany onboard a MIAT Boeing 767 turned out to be rather eventful and you can read more about it on my blog - I do p...Jump to post
I wonder what's going to happen to Air Busan and Air Seoul. Air Busan have a pretty large fleet and a good, strong brand image, especially in SE Korea so it wouldn't really be great for them to be amalgamated into Jin Air. Air Seoul on the other hand...Jump to post
Thank you for this wonderful read Amc a detailed account. I just did a report on the business class experience of Uzbekistan Airways. It’s so interesting to note that there is a parallel but completely segregated experience inside Tashkent airport between business class and economy class. Thank you...Jump to post
Good report. Overwhelmed by the information provided and nice pictures. I am always thinking about posting a trip report but reading these thorough reports makes me question myself ... will i be able to put together such an interesting report. Thank you for reading, I'm glad to hear that you enjoye...Jump to post
767747 wrote:Great report and photos. Love the views outside the window during your flight.
TUGMASTER wrote:Great trip report.
Enjoyed everything about it. Thank you for taking the time out to put it all together.
Nice TR! Exotic carrier, lots of pix, what's not to like? Was the plov spicy? It looks similar to the Indian/Middle Eastern biryani. I especially liked the gorgeous aerial views, a window seat is priceless on such a flight! You got lucky the crew didn't dim and lock the windows like many other 787 ...Jump to post
Background Nestled on Korea’s south eastern coastline, the nation’s second largest city, Busan, is separated from the capital by a little over two hundred miles (323 kilometres) of mostly mountainous terrain. As one would expect, there is no shortage of options for those looking to travel in between...Jump to post
Hello everyone and thank you for reading! Despite doing a fair amount of flying recently, lacking enough time to transform the incoherent notes made during each flight into a decent trip report, I haven’t posted much on the site recently. However, having found myself at an unexpected loose end in th...Jump to post
How many crew were onboard? Usually a 145 just has one flight attendant and it sounds like you had at least two onboard! We fly the 145s in and out of MHK all the time. Its so interesting to see them as a flagship service instead of relegated to regional feed for a mainline carrier. Thank you for t...Jump to post
September11 wrote:Inflight snack looked good! I did not know Air Philip until now.
Over the course of 2018, I was fortunate enough to fly on a range of aircraft on airlines across Europe and Asia. However, two unfortunate events – my iPhone automatically resetting and a mugging which saw me part with this device for good combined with my failure to upgrade my iCloud account saw me...Jump to post
BACKGROUND One may say with reasonable confidence that your average traveller outside Ukraine will have likely never heard of Motor Sich Airlines. Their route network, whilst connecting three of Ukraine’s major cities with Kiev Zhulyany does not extend internationally beyond Minsk and their fleet of...Jump to post
There's been a reasonable amount of interest in LCC operations from Korea to Europe recently, and I reckon, if such services ever commenced then ICN-STN operated by a Jin Air 777 would seem like a reasonable option. Not only is there plenty of demand between Korea and the UK at the moment, but Jin A...Jump to post
A350 vibes right? Loved it of course From a passenger perspective, the A350 is an absolutely fantastic aircraft! Brilliant report ! I have the IB A350 coming up in a few days - cannot wait ! LHR-MAD. Was also eyeing up those Jet2 A330’s around Europe - will have to try one for trip reporting purpos...Jump to post
Background On a warm and sunny evening in final days of Spring, I found myself hunched over a desk with a pile of documents relating to the late Korean director Shin Sang-ok and more specifically his classic 1961 film ‘The Houseguest and My Mother’ which I had been tasked with translating into Engli...Jump to post
Great report as per usual! BA occasionally offered reasonable fares between ICN and MAN (my local UK airport) last year, around 600 USD if I recall correctly, however having heard negative things related to their recent cost cutting and not being a massive collector of One World miles I usually ende...Jump to post
That sounds most unpleasant. I would have insisted that the KE staff in GMP rebook me after the flight was initially delayed by 90 minutes. Yes, once it became obvious that I would miss my Beijing to Urumqi flight I thought about asking the staff to rebook me perhaps ICN-CAN-DXB or at an unlikely p...Jump to post
Very wonderful and detailed report. I admit I scanned much of it. What was the nightmare? (I usually think of a nightmare as an iflight emergency, death in the family, etc). Thank you for reading! Ok, perhaps I was being a little over the top with by calling the journey a nightmare, after all I got...Jump to post
The airline also operated its first charter flights to Tbilisi in May. On a side note, if at all possible, I reckon KE could pull off a scheduled ICN-MAN-DUB-ICN with one of their Airbus A330-200s. Both the UK and Ireland are incredibly popular tourist destinations for Koreans with plenty of travell...Jump to post
BACKGROUND Snowy mountains, temperatures well below zero and icy pavements, Korea in January seems a world away from the golden deserts and sandy beaches of Dubai. One mid-January evening after trudging through the neon lit streets I arrived back at my nicely heated apartment. After removing my coat...Jump to post
I personally thought an ICN-LGW route was on the cards. Very large numbers of Korean students, working holiday-ers and tourists in London and the rest of the UK these days. That said, there is already an incredible number of cheap connections between the two countries on top of the existing three da...Jump to post
Great report. I was considering Belavia 737-classic for WAW-LED but your report makes me think twice. If it was 20 years ago and a Russian-manufactured aircraft I would go for it. Thank you very much for reading! If you are eager to catch rides on 737 Classics then perhaps I'd recommend it, otherwi...Jump to post
Great report, very good narration and pics are fantastic. can you please drop me a dm with your blog information? Thank you very much for reading and enjoying it! I'll dm you the details in a second Wow, what an amazing trip report! The best so far?? Mmm..maybe! :-) Thank you so much! Thank you so ...Jump to post
Background Back in 2001, my young self had fairly little interest in aviation. Yet, I remember looking excitedly out of the gate windows at Heathrow down on to what I thought at the time was an odd looking jet. This was no space rocket (or space junk) but rather an Iberia McDonnell Douglas MD-80 tha...Jump to post
Hi there, was waiting for the conclusion to your TR's! Thank you. Having flown Belavia in Jan from Zhukovsky to Minsk I must say that they are doing very well considering their fleet size and being generally a young airline. Hope you have a chance to sample them again perhaps from Manchester to Min...Jump to post
Hello Everyone! Apologies for the rather long gap between instalments! This is the final report of my narrowbody trip between Korea and the UK. The other instalments can be found below: Part 1, Daegu-Beijing, Jeju Air Boeing 737-800 Part 2, Beijing-Xi’an, China Southern Airbus A321 Part 3, Xi’an-Alm...Jump to post
Nice review, the trip is getting more hardcore! Thanks for sharing. Thank you very much for reading! Unfortunately this is the penultimate report for this trip :( thanks for sharing a window to a little known part of the world and its Airlines. Very beautifully pics as well. This trip must be have ...Jump to post
Thanks for writing about this rarely-known airline. Despite the relatively drab aircraft, the packaging for water and the meals look quite fun and colourful. How’s their uniform like? Colourful too? Thank you for reading! And, to be honest the airline's uniform isn't terribly colourful or fun. Howe...Jump to post
Very nice report! From the pictures that 734 looks to be in good condition, especially considering age. The service onboard looks fantastic, although to be fair for the flight price shown on your screenshot of the website I could book two, at a push three return flights from Korea to London and so I...Jump to post
Hello everyone and welcome to the fourth instalment detailing my trip from Korea to the UK on narrowbody aircraft. In this instalment I’ll be detailing my flight on a Bek Air Fokker 100 from Almaty to Astana. The previous instalments can be found below: Part 1, Daegu-Beijing, Jeju Air Boeing 737-800...Jump to post
wedgetail737 wrote:In the past, I don't think Korean Air's F-100's and F-28-4000's didn't have 1st class either. I kind of suspect that the CS300's are for flights within the Korean Peninsula.