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Re: Kuching International Airport
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Hey, during my frequent KL-Kuching-KL trips, I didn't even touch the sandwich. Just one bite and I was done. I'm not complaining, really. Airplane food isn't that great.

Except on Business. It is half decent.

At least MAS serves a nice snack box. Qantas on domestic gives you just three items: a roll, water and a small piece of chocolate.

I only encountered the snack box once in the past four months, and I have been doing Kuching-KL too many times for my own good, and out of 10 trips, I was given the snack box once and hot meals the other 9 times.

Then again, I always take the 1105 and 1600 flights.


When was that last time your KCH-KL flight occured? Hmm.. am wondering if they started off these snacks this year? Cuz my trip from JB-KCH return (during lunch hour), they served me sandwich lunch box. At glance, i thought it was a mooncake (yeah winterose & mike) until I saw a cookie, sandwichs and fruits. Ugh. Completely lost of appetite.

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Re: Kuching International Airport
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No..no... I was travelling alone. I was supposed to catch Air Asia JHB to CGK, but I missed the flight (I arrived at Johor side of the border check-point less than 1 hour before the scheduled flight, the taxi driver told me there is no way I can make it on time). So I returned to Singapore, went to Chan Brothers at Fook Hai Building (Chinatown) and asked for their cheapest flight today, anytime. The lady open her catalog, looking up and down and quoted me S$110 for an evening flight, I think on Cathay Pacific (I forgot, it was more than a year ago).

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Well, if added up return journey should be more or less the same but glad to hear you're using CP. Wow! That's cheap! haha! I witness Lucky Plaza got tons of Indonesians. So you stay around that area whenever you pay SG a visit? Anyways, Chan Brothers are currently offering affordable and cheap destinations at NATAS fair.. but it's over. eeheheh!

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Because the majority of West K Chinese tends to return home during this time, and flights are usually fully book.

Jakarta airport does need some upgrade, it felt more like a regional bus terminal than an international airport due to overcrowding.


OIC. Yeah looks like PUDU Raya Terminal with air condition (in KL). Hehe.

Posted on: 2008/3/5 15:32
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AirAsia ready to fly Bali-Perth and Darwin

Indonesia AirAsia (IAA) has announced its intention to open an additional operational base in Bali as the next step to establishing a regional presence for the carrier.

As reported in www.balidisovery.com, chief officer of IAA, Dharmadi, told Bisnis Indonesia that the new Bali home base will start operations in late March 2008, serving as a turn around point for new flights planned to Darwin and Perth.

The new Australian destinations are expected to start operating in September-October 2008.

Indonesia AirAsia's fleet of Airbus A320 and Boeing 737-300 aircraft will serve the new Australian services.

The Bali base is also expected to offer direct flight connections to Kuala Lumpur, Kuching and Kota Kinabalu.



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Re: Kuching International Airport
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Yes, 3 times a week from JKT - BKI, but daily for JKT - PEN


You often fly around to other countries is it?! You're good in this!


I always keep track with the promotional flights.

Posted on: 2008/3/5 16:57
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Re: Kuching International Airport
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Great News... more International flights into Kch... more choice...yipeeee...

Btw this will be a bit off topic...but I can't help it... I think and I felt that KK's Terminal 1 looks so nice... they even have walkalators!! sniffs.... and and.... their flight display monitor are using LCD.... and KIA is still using the CRT monitor... now whose airport looks more cheek and modern? =___="

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Posted on: 2008/3/5 18:04
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Hey, during my frequent KL-Kuching-KL trips, I didn't even touch the sandwich. Just one bite and I was done. I'm not complaining, really. Airplane food isn't that great.

Except on Business. It is half decent.

At least MAS serves a nice snack box. Qantas on domestic gives you just three items: a roll, water and a small piece of chocolate.

I only encountered the snack box once in the past four months, and I have been doing Kuching-KL too many times for my own good, and out of 10 trips, I was given the snack box once and hot meals the other 9 times.

Then again, I always take the 1105 and 1600 flights.


When was that last time your KCH-KL flight occured? Hmm.. am wondering if they started off these snacks this year? Cuz my trip from JB-KCH return (during lunch hour), they served me sandwich lunch box. At glance, i thought it was a mooncake (yeah winterose & mike) until I saw a cookie, sandwichs and fruits. Ugh. Completely lost of appetite.


My last KL-Kuching flight was just last week...hot meals still served on my flight. They started the snack box last year, I remember it well because I flew on new year's eve and was given a snack box.

A week later, flew the same route, back to hot meal and it has remained such for the past few times I've been flying...check with me again tomorrow, off to KL again.

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Did u take the A330 flight?

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I take the A330, B777 and B737 flights. They all served me a hot meal, except for that sole B737 flight.

Posted on: 2008/3/5 23:58
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Re: Kuching International Airport
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I take the A330, B777 and B737 flights. They all served me a hot meal, except for that sole B737 flight.


Basically what are you doing? Why do you always fly around? O.o

Posted on: 2008/3/6 0:10
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Jetsetting lifestyle... I wouldn't mind, really.

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