Monday, September 15, 2014

Travelled by Singapore Airlines to Japan

I flew SIA a few nights ago from SIN to FUK. The flight was 80% full in the economy class. I am not sure about the business class pax load as I was seated in the economy.
The inflight service was as usual, good. Cabin crew worked very hard and was visible in the cabin throughout the night serving drinks to those paxs who were not asleep.
The flight was slightly bumpy but overall comfortable. The cabin was clean and the toilets were kept in pristine condition. 
If I have the means, I will always fly SIA. I would strongly recommend people fly SIA. My friends who had flown with other airlines complained to me about the service standard as well as the condition of the cabin interior.

On the SIN/FUK sector (flight time about 6 hours), breakfast was served before landing. There was a choice of Japanese or Western breakfast. I chose the Japanese breakfast of grilled salmon with rice etc. The food was delicious just like the ones we served when I was flying as a cabin crew.

The only complain from me was the cabin temperature. It was rather cold and the blanket I had could not keep me warm.

Last year, I flew to Melbourne and back on SIA too. The inflight service was also as good as this one.
I have written a complimentary letter with all the names of the crew serving me to SIA. A gentleman seated next to me did the same too.

Well done SIA you are still the BEST!


Lian said...

Yay! 'A Great Way To Fly'. Thumbs up for the hard workng crew. I wish they change the blankets though;-)

Boh Tong said...

The other thing that was amiss was the absence of the IFS in the Y class and the unsmiling CS in the Y class. The Y cc were all full of smiles esp the Japanese fss & the LSS.

Anonymous said...

If I know that I am being watched all the time by my subordinates, I will find it difficult to smile too.

Being young, new and not knowing how management thinks about senior staff, I would not have a care in the world and would smile since I am a cabin crew!

This is the reality of the relationship between juniors & seniors. Not many seniors smile now days... their continued employment is at risk.

Veron said...

My family & I enjoyed the service on our way to TPE too & I wrote a letter to compliment them.

Just wondering if the crew would get the compliment letter?