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Postby jpatokal » Sun, 12 Nov 2006 6:44 pm

blancD wrote:
Zhouyi wrote:I asked some friends around me in China, they say the service of SIA ranks first in the world. Is it?


the food is second to no other :P

SQ's service is robotic but consistent and, yes, generally very good. I don't find the food all that special, though, even in Raffles Class; Thai usually does a better job in economy class and eg. ANA whups SQ butt in biz. (At least if you like Japanese food!)
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Postby zicron » Sun, 12 Nov 2006 9:38 pm

ANA whups SQ butt in biz. (At least if you like Japanese food!)


mmm.... during your phone check-in tell them you have special dietary requirements? tell them you can only eat japanese food? lol... i wonder whether anyone tried that before :P

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Postby Plavt » Sun, 12 Nov 2006 9:45 pm

zicron wrote:
ANA whups SQ butt in biz. (At least if you like Japanese food!)


mmm.... during your phone check-in tell them you have special dietary requirements? tell them you can only eat japanese food? lol... i wonder whether anyone tried that before :P


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ANA= All Nippon Airlines, means they serve Japanese food anyway in either economy or business class. Jpatokal never said they don't serve Japanese cuisine, merely the business class cuisine was better than the fare served by SIA.

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Postby zicron » Sun, 12 Nov 2006 9:51 pm

my bad my bad :oops: :oops: ... have to read carefully next time ahaha :P thx for the rescue :P

edit: yay i can pm now

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Postby boh tong » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 7:09 am

Corines, I like your attitude toward SIA. Keep on projecting that kind of attitude and with some luck you may one day be an SIA girl. Mark my words.
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Postby boh tong » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 7:15 am

Zicron, Thanks for your reply. I do not need to rephrase what I stated ealier. No wonder you were not successful at the second round because the interviewer could have sensed your "ya ya" attitude.
It is the "..way you seat..." you said. It should be the way you SIT,please.
To be a steward, you need to be humble....thats the quality SIA look for too. :lol:

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Postby zicron » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 8:42 am

boh tong wrote:Zicron, Thanks for your reply. I do not need to rephrase what I stated ealier. No wonder you were not successful at the second round because the interviewer could have sensed your "ya ya" attitude.
It is the "..way you seat..." you said. It should be the way you SIT,please.
To be a steward, you need to be humble....thats the quality SIA look for too. :lol:


oh dear my bad... didn't proof read my post lol... oh well ... thanks for the correction :)

edit: oh btw I think you posted this quote in the wrong thread...should be in another thread


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