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Flying into Bali with Silk air ?

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Hello,

Have anyone had any flying experience with Silk air. Is it a good airline?

Also, I would like to know which site of air craft I should select my seat to have a best view of Bali island . The Silk air craft is A330-200 or 320-200

Thank you.
 

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Silk Air is Singapore Airlines'

Regional subsidiary. Singapore is one of the Worlds best and safest airline. I have flown Silk from Singapore to Phuket a few years ago and would not hesitate to recommend it.
I have used www.seatguru.com in the past for seat selection.
 

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As I recall, there is not much to see as you land in Bali. The airport is right by the ocean so you are there before you know it.
 

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Thank you ALL for giving me your inputs.

For economy class ticket, between the EVA and Singapore, which airline is better. I flew Singapore air line a few months ago but have not fly with EVA yet .

Flying Singapore air, I will have 2 stop connection and total time for travel is much longer while EVA has 1 stop connection .

If I choose EVA airline, I am not able to select my seat so I do not know what seat type .
 

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EVA is not bad but

Thank you ALL for giving me your inputs.

For economy class ticket, between the EVA and Singapore, which airline is better. I flew Singapore air line a few months ago but have not fly with EVA yet .

Flying Singapore air, I will have 2 stop connection and total time for travel is much longer while EVA has 1 stop connection .

If I choose EVA airline, I am not able to select my seat so I do not know what seat type .

Nothing compares to Singapore Air.
 

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Nothing compares to Singapore Air.
Is that true for economy class too? Their business class and higher service is legendary, of course, but I have heard that their economy class is much like all the other major international airlines. I have never flown Singapore Air so I do not have any personal knowledge.
 

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Is that true for economy class too? Their business class and higher service is legendary, of course, but I have heard that their economy class is much like all the other major international airlines. I have never flown Singapore Air so I do not have any personal knowledge.
Seats are about the same as most other airlines
 

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I would check the TYPE of aircraft being flown. Often that makes a big difference. Of course, this could change but it is important. I would fly a 787 anywhere on any airline but i would avoid and embracer. Singapore air in economy is not much different than any other.
 
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