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WELCOME to my 30th flight in 2018! On 12th December, I flew Emirates EK385 service from Hong Kong to Bangkok, the aircraft was operated by a gigantic Airbus A380. I was assigned to seat 25A, which is an upper deck economy class seat

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As we are approaching Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport, let’s conclude my journey with Emirates right here right now. This ticket costs me 1700HKD return. The Emirates lounge is quite good, old but nice shower suite and a great dining experience. The seat onboard is really really comfortable, and the legroom is great it’s definitely not overrated. The food onboard is quite good, free alcohol is provided which I really appreciate

What you’ll see in this clip:
– Hong Kong Airport overview
– Check-in
– Qantas Hong Kong lounge
– Emirates Hong Kong lounge
– Boarding
– Seat features
– ICE Entertainment system
– Lavatory
– Take-off and landing clip
– Dinner

Some useful information:
Airline: Emirates (EK)
Flight number: EK385
Aircraft type: Airbus A380-800
Aircraft registration number: A6-EUZ
Origin: Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK / VTBS)
Destination: Hong Kong International Airport (HKG / VHHH)
Flight date: 12-12-2018
Meal: Dinner
Seat: 25A
Flight duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

Future flight reviews include:
– British Airways E170 London City to Paris Orly (economy class)
– Cathay Dragon A330-300 Hong Kong to Kuala Lumpur (economy class) – return
– Emirates A380-800 Bangkok to Hong Kong (economy class)
– Etihad A380-800 Paris CDG to Abu Dhabi (economy class)
– Etihad A330-200 Hong Kong to Abu Dhabi (economy class) – return
– Etihad B787-9 Abu Dhabi to London LHR (economy class)
– Qantas B737-800 Brisbane to Sydney (economy class)

You may find flight reviews on British Airways, Cathay Dragon, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Finnair, Hong Kong Airlines, Japan Airlines, Jetstar Japan, Malaysia Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, Qantas and Virgin Australia on my channel.

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