✅ Verified Review
| Bangkok-Tokyo Narita via Hanoi in Business with my father. We checked in without hassle, no baggage, and got to the overcrowded third-party lounge which was average. Boarding was quite slow, Since they only used one door instead of two doors. A321 seats similar to that of Long-Haul Premium Economy. Food was up to quality, but presented in more of a Premium Economy manner. For a short flight, That's fine. Arrival at Hanoi surprised me with the new T2. Lounge was modern and new, but food seems to be not-so-fresh. 5 hour layover in Hanoi got me very board along with my father. Once we did finish, Priority boarding for us, the seats were not what we were expecting, In a positive way. I at first expected the product to be the same as the A321, But the A330 deserves a thumbs up. The amount of privacy in the window seat is good. In flight entertainment not working, So they gave us iPads. I had a pretty fine night's rest, and the breakfast was a bit dry, but presented with quality. Crew didn't disappear for the duration of the flight, with one flight attendant always awake to service us. In-flight entertainment is acceptable. On the return, The only problem I had was the food. In the Hanoi Lounge in the afternoon, there is minimal choice, with dry foods and sandwiches which looked like they had been made the night before. The food choice on the return trip HAN-BKK was average, but we opted out since there was only meats that we didn't like (Shrimp, Chicken and pork) but since I got both tickets for less than $2000USD it was worth it.