Amos Yee slammed for promoting paedophila...Read here

Friday, 14 December 2018

Just 2 of the compliments SIA received in September 2018

1) First time flying Singapore airlines to Japan. And let me tell you something right now! It felt like like business's class to me. Service was absolutely incredible. And flight attendants were amazing. They took their time to hold our baby boy when he was a little fussy, got to know them by name and they us. The food was delicious for a flight, hot and ready, alcohol selection was great, beer and wine. Snacks, blankets, and other great services! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this airline to everyone.

2) OMG the staff and the service on this airline in fabulous, I was so excited to flight Singapore Airlines and lets say that they did not disappoint. From the moment you checked in to the moment you left they staff was outstanding, the food was by far the best I had on a flight. I am just so sad it was such a short trip.I am looking forward to flying with them again.

Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Paxs "duly compensated" for delay and rude treatment from crew

UPDATE: Singapore Airlines has apologised and duly compensated us. If you were a passenger on the plane, I urge you to write to them and demand compensation. Their email is: sq_social@singaporeair.com.sg and saa_feedback@singaporeair.com.sg
On the 8th of June, I was flying back via Singapore Airlines (SQ 516) to Calcutta with my parents (both senior citizens) and younger sister from Brisbane. We had a layover in Singapore and after six hours of being in transit, we were ready...
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BT: " Singapore Airlines has apologised and duly compensated us."  If this is true does it mean that SIA was guilty? Was the cabin crew rude too?



Sunday, 9 December 2018

Cathay Pacific to raise staff and cabin crew salaries in spite of losing money

CX, in spite of being unprofitable since 2016 has announced that it will raise the salary of its staff and cabin crew between 3% and 8%. It also wants to give its staff and crew a one month bonus.
For the first 6 months of this year, it has chalked up losses of HK$263 million.
Most companies would have cut jobs (CX cut 600 jobs since 2016) and reduce salaries under such circumstance but not CX. Many would have put themselves in the panic mode but not CX....but why?
Answers....CX is confident it can turn around and be profitable again if its staff and crew are well taken care of.
The morale of the staff is high and with such caring management, it will SOAR (sounds familiar?)!
What do you think our national carrier will do under such precarious situation?
I would like to hear your views.

Friday, 7 December 2018

Vietjet Air


Wednesday, 5 December 2018

Met Aloysius before his passing

One afternoon in 2014, I bumped into Aloysius D'Souza at a coffee shop in Whampoa. We have not met since we left the airlines. He told me he usually spend his time at that coffee shop drinking beer, usually alone. It was a stone's throw away from his place. In the evening, his girlfriend Jean (not her real name) would join him for a drink. Jean worked in the city, he told me.
There was one thing that Aloysius was bitter about and he kept repeating it to me. He was unhappy that the unionists conspired with the company to fix his promotion  and also subsequently gave him his early retirement.. He told me he would never forgive a particular person who had a big hand in fixing him.
One day, out of the blue, Aloysius WhatsApp me he was diagnosed with 4th stage prostate cancer. We met again and talked about his illness. He refused chemotherapy. The oncologist estimated he had 2 more years to live.
We met again a few weeks later and Jean was with him. I ordered a bottle of beer for him and a bottle of stout for Jean (at her request). I had a cup of coffee. We talked the whole evening. Aloysius was a brave man and was cheerful throughout. He did not talk about his illness.
I could not visit him when he was awarded in the hospital as I was away. RIP my buddy Aloysius!

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

A view of the Qsuite business class cabin by Qatar Airways


SINGAPORE - The battle for premium travellers in Singapore is heating up, with Qatar Airways now offering its Qsuite business class cabin, with seats that can be converted into a double bed, on flights to and from Singapore. There are also adjustable panels and movable in-flight entertainment screens on the centre four seats, so that those travelling together can transform their space into a private suite, allowing them to work, dine and socialise together. The product, which made its debut on the Doha-London route in June last year, is now available for Singapore travellers on the airline's Airbus 350-1000.
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Saturday, 1 December 2018

R I P my buddy Aloysius


Ex chief steward Aloysius de Souza passed away peacefully at 1940 hrs today after a long battle with prostate cancer. May he RIP....farewell my friend 

Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Violinist Tries for Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew Interview


Most airlines especially Singapore Airlines look for this type of people to be their cabin crew. She is pretty, bubbly and possess the so called "innocent" and "honest" look. I am not surprise to learn that she was instantaneously employed at her very first interview.
As for the video, I am not too sure SIA will allow it. She may or may not be asked to delete the video.

Thursday, 22 November 2018

Aussie man jailed for molesting stewardess

An Australian man found a SCOOT stewardess too beautiful to resist and so he repeatedly molested her during the flight.
On 22 November, the molester was jailed for 3 weeks by a Singapore court.
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