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You might tell me that I'm being too hard on this airline, but when an airline claims a monopoly on service to a destination, if the economic conditions make it necessary, why not? But please, do it right.
On this occasion, I remember the plane's bounce when it touched town on the runway in Tontouta. I think that the entire world was able to feel the exact moment the plane touched the ground. Besides that, I noticed the almost systematic detachment of the flight crew that makes me feel that there is a lack of empathy for the passengers. It's not a big deal for me, and I don't have a choice of airlines to get to Nouméa anyway. On the other hand, for the tourist couple who were going for the first time, and who had chosen them to go to New Caledonia, I think that they wanted to be considered special people.
And here that was not the case at all.
On the positive side, there were no delays, the meal was good and compared to the previous flight, which was much too cold this one had an ideal temperature.