Colin, a fellow miles and points enthusiast is writing a guest post on a trip report of a Singapore Mileage Run.
The posts are as follows:
Guest Trip Report – Singapore Mileage Run – Delta – Singapore to Tokyo
Date: December 7, 2015
Flight: Delta 616
From: Singapore – SIN
To: Tokyo – NRT
Because of my complicated routing for this run I was unable to print a boarding pass in advance and was required to get one at the Delta counter in the airport, which opened at 4:30AM I believe it was. They checked my passport and printed up all my boarding passed, after which i returned to my room at the transit hotel to wait out the next hour before boarding.
The security process was very quick, the flight was maybe 2/3 full. Boarding began on time. When I reached the front of the line the gate agent bowed and thanked me for being a Diamond and welcomed me on the airplane.
The aircraft was a 763-300 and the Delta One cabin was configured in a 1-2-1 setup. My seat was 9B.
The boarding process was smooth, I took my seat quickly and actually dozed off for a few min, my bodies internal clock was so far off at this point I couldn’t remember what day it was. Because of this I really didnt document much other then my quick meal.
I relaxed in the seat and napped most of the trip. Watched a little tv on my iPad. Curiously the flight seemed to have WiFi but it wasnt functional, so i received 7,500 miles as compensation. Kinda frustrating when I had purchased the international GoGo pass for this trip at a cost of $80.
Shortly before landing the flight attendants came around and distributed a hot towel and cleaned up the cabin. Overall the flight was extremely unremarkable, food and hard product was just fine, but nothing exceptional.