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  1. Hi, S V, There are scheduled bus from Narita Airport to the museum, but the schedule is irregular. For example the first bus leaves airport at 9:35am, but the second one is not expected until 11:35am. However you can expect the bus to be where it should be on the dot. Cost 210 yen. Inside the museum there is small souvenir shop selling some airline memorabilia, and a counter selling entrace tickets for the indoor exhibit. If you are here for the outside exhibit or just plane-spotting for runway 34L arrival, you may not need to pay. The centre piece of the indoor exhibit. An overview of the Narita International Airport at level 2. Level 4 houses a restaurant while level 5 is the enclosed observation deck. They also have some old ATC stuff on display there. Overall it's a good place to visit and if you are spotting runway 34L arrival in the morning. In the afternoon you may have to move to the 2 parks on the other side of the runway due to lighting condition. For further information can refer these website that I had visited prior to the trip. https://www.knaviation.net/aviation-museum-review-narita-japan https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e6404.html
  2. Hi guys, Wanted to share some photos of my recent visit to the Museum of Aeronautical Science, Narita. Weather was bad so pardon the photo quality. I took the first bus to the museum at 9:35 am and arrived about 15 mins later. The museum opens from 10 am to 5 pm, with last admission at 4:30 pm. Admission cost is 500 yen for adults. There are 5 levels plus an outdoor exhibit area. The first 2 levels houses mainly B747 exhibits. The 3rd level is an outdoor photograph area. The 4th is a restaurant while the 5th level is a closed deck overseeing the cargo apron of Narita airport.
  3. So envious of your clear blue sky. JA743A HND/RJTT 14/11/2017
  4. There is no direct BKI - PEK flight currently right?
  5. BKI - KUD - SDK still twice weekly? They didn't mention terminating TWU -SDK explicitly right since this route is mainly cater to businesses, and usually full. I don't think it's true that it would cost RM500 for this route. Can easily charter a MPV for that price here.
  6. They certainly have the dough but do you? Any place with tourist will be expensive for the locals. Prepare to pay double for your kolok mee within 2 years if the load is good.
  7. It could be both, a better package plus problems in the current company. However I thought I read somewhere that Ryanair is also having problem with large number of their pilot leaving en-mass, resulting in flight cancellation?
  8. Interesting! Airbus, Cseries, Air Asia and Tony?
  9. I m not surprised if it's a Chinese based airline considering our growing relationship with China. China to the rescue, again.
  10. Maybe some lesser known airlines from China. Or maybe we'll see FSC passing the route to their LCC siblings, like what happened with CX/KA.
  11. I hope you are not suggesting that they come up with "face-lift" every year like the automotive industry.
  12. I did a check for flight to LHR in April and it's already using the A350.
  13. Better than not available at all. Wonder how's their in-flight WiFi? AK seems to be reintroducing their on-board WiFi as at least 3 of 4 flights I took recently have WiFi available.
  14. When our competitor have the A380, we must also have the A380.
  15. So I guess LRC is heading to Lion Air as well?
  16. Is Bombardier in trouble? Cause the report made it looked like Bombardier needed the visit more than Tony himself.
  17. Avoid OD's business class like plague for now.
  18. Pity as they did put up a billboard near HSBC bank downtown.
  19. Let them try the technologies (which I assume not 100% proven yet since they label it "test bed"). We just want shopping malls.
  20. All first NEO for AK group has special livery slapped on them I think.
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