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Monday, April 30, 2018

INA: Batik Air ID7157 (Economy)

Simple sweet and savoury snacks to munch on~

My December 2017 trip ended with a virgin flight with Batik Air that's owned by the Lion Air Group headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia. Unlike Lion Air, it's a full service airline. For the short-haul flight from Jakarta to Singapore and vice versa, snacks are provided for Economy Class passengers. They're included in the ticket price.

Given that I had a fulfilling lunch at Pondok Laguna, those were enough for dinner.

ID Meal

Chicken Nugget Taste: 6/10

Two pieces of chicken nuggets were packed in a plastic packaging. I ate them with the garlic chili sauce provided, which was fiery and tasty enough.

Pizza Bun Taste: 6/10

Inside the same packaging was a square pizza bun topped with minced beef, tomato sauce and grated cheese. It actually tasted decent, but somewhat dry.

Chocolate Muffin - Taste: 7.5/10

I didn't expect a lot from the chocolate muffin, but it turned out to be the best item for the evening as the chocolate taste was pretty rich. Also, it was adequately moist.


If I remember correctly, there were only mineral water and hot tea available. I didn't try the latter.

Melon's Rating
Taste: 6.5/10
Ambience: 7/10
Service: 7.5/10
Overall: 7/10

The flight attendants served with smiles pencilled on their faces. Pika's advice: Should you wish to pay just a bit more to fly in the Business Class cabin, you'll get a proper meal.

Batik Air

Economy Class Cabin
Airbus 320

*No separate price given as meals are included in the ticket price.

Have a nice meal,

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