Hi guys. Welcome to my 4th report on Flight-Report. But first, please check out my trip report with Bamboo Airways from Ho Chi Minh City to Quy Nhon on Airbus A320. This video is more detailed than the script version on Flight-Report and has more exciting things there, so I hope you guys will check out, like the video and support to my channel by subscribe Vinavia on YouTube :D
Here is the script report.
My flight started at Terminal 1, Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City.
This time, I would fly on flight QH1122 to Quy Nhon, which is a very nice and peaceful beach city in Southern Central Vietnam. And the estimated departure time would be 6:10 am
After I entered the terminal, I went to the check-in area of Bamboo Airways.
After I got the paper boarding pass, time for me to go upstairs and head to the security check.
And after a while, finally I made it into the airside. Now, I walked to the gate for this flight.
The gate for this flight was gate 12, which is the bus gate. That means I would board on the plane by the bus.
After sitting and waiting for a while, boarding was called, and I got on the bus in order to get to the aircraft.
After a 10 minutes ride to the plane, finally we arrived the place where the aircraft parked. The registration of this A320 is TC-FBV, ", and it was 8.1 years old. Furthermore about this aircraft, this plane was wet-leased from Freebird, a charter airline in Turkey. Sadly, this plane was left Bamboo fleets, and recently back to Turkey and flying for Freebird.
It's boarding time :D
My seat on this flight was 8F.
Legroom was bit tight, especially when you stretch your legs.
View from my window seat.
While waiting for all passengers to board, I had enjoyed the marvelous sunrise from my widow. Is it really gorgeous?
Boarding was done. And the aircraft was taxiing to the runway for take-off. Meanwhile, Freebird's safety video with Vietnamese subtitle was aired on the screens.
Shortly after take-off, small bottles of water and refreshing tissues were distributed to the passengers.
On the seat pocket, we had: a sickness bag, a sefety card, a Bamboo Airways's inflight magazine, and a registration form to join Bamboo Club, their new frequent flyer program.
On the rest of the flying time, I enjoyed the view of the sky from my window.
After about 40 minutes flying, the aircraft was descended and prepared to land at Phu Cat Airport.
Time to disembark, and I made a last look to the aircraft for this flight.
And welcome to Phu Cat Airport. From here, I started my journey discover Quy Nhon City, which is the capital of Binh Dinh Province.
Overall, I'm quite satisfied with this flight. The services were quite OK for such a short domestic flight like this one. The cabin crews were really friendly and professional. Also, the flight departed on time. The only small thing I didn't like much about this flight was the legroom. Like I said, a bit tight, but I think it's not Bamboo Airways' fault, since they leased it from Freebird Airways.