Qantas Fleet Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Details and Pictures

VH ZNA Qantas Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner Great Southern Land departing Adelaide

Qantas Fleet Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Qantas operates 8 brand new wide-body long-haul aircraft Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

Thanks to its lighter, carbon fibre body, pioneering GEnx engines and advanced onboard systems, the Dreamliner also uses an impressive 20 per cent less fuel than a similarly sized aircraft – which opens up a whole new world of new destination opportunities.

The aircraft has 42 Business, 28 Premium Economy and 166 Economy seats.

The freshly delivered Qantas Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is being called a “game changer” by the airline.

And it’s true, the cutting-edge plane is part of the next generation of aircraft and will open up new frontiers in travel.

One of those new frontiers is non-stop flights between Australia and Europe, indeed the “last frontier” of air travel, according to Qantas CEO Alan Joyce.

Emily Kame Kngwarreye VH ZND Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner of Qantas at Hong Kong International Airport
Emily Kame Kngwarreye VH ZND Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner of Qantas at Hong Kong International Airport

Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Qantas Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerVH-ZNA11 Oct 2017Great Southern Land
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerVH-ZNB8 Dec 2017Waltzing Matilda
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerVH-ZNC22 Jan 2018Quokka
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerVH-ZND26 Feb 2018Emily Kame Kngwarreye
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerVH-ZNE29 Jun 2018Skippy
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerVH-ZNF17 Aug 2018Boomerang
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerVH-ZNG13 Nov 2018Jillaroo
Boeing 787-9 DreamlinerVH-ZNH20 Nov 2018Great Barrier Reef

Qantas Fleet Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner Qantas

Qantas’ newest aircraft, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is outfitted with 236 seats.

The interior features 42 lie flat Business Class seats, 28 Premium Economy seats, and 166 standard Economy seats.

Providing optimal comfort and space for every passenger is at the core of the Qantas Dreamliner design which features 236 seats – less than most other aircraft of its type.

The aircraft is fitted with state-of-the-art technology to reduce turbulence, improve noise quality and reduced aircraft vibrations for a smoother flight.

Every seat has been designed to offer the ultimate comfort for long-haul flyers.

Qantas have thousands of hours of entertainment onboard to choose from, larger baggage lockers and bigger windows.

The windows in our Dreamliner are 65% larger than comparable aircraft windows, allowing passengers to see more of the world.

Business Class

The business class seats on board the 787 are the same as those introduced on the Qantas Airbus A330s over the past three years.

The big advantage of these “business suites” (as Qantas calls them) is they offer direct aisle access to all business class passengers, thanks to the 1-2-1 cabin layout.

There’s no squeezing past your neighbour if you’re in the window seat, unlike on board the A380 or 747.

All the features you expect from a top-tier business class seat are here – the seat converts to a long, lie-flat bed; the entertainment touch-screen is large, crisp and responsive; noise-cancelling earphones are provided; there is power for your own devices.

The tray table slides out from the side, rather than having to be folded away, which makes it very easy to move in and out if you need to get up in a hurry or access other parts of the seat.

There is excellent storage space available, with a pocket for documents along with a shelf above the armrest and a cubby by your feet that’s large enough to hold a small carry-on.

There are two personal lights – the typical reading light, along with a light from below that’s a more ambient, less disturbing option in the dark.

The seats have an interlocking design, so some passengers in windows seats are closer to the window than others.

Those looking to feel truly cocooned in their own space should opt for an odd-numbered seat on the window (apart from the last three rows of business, where the even numbers are in this position).

Premium Economy

Qantas has introduced an all-new premium economy seat for the 787 and increased the number of seats available for this popular class.

There are 28 seats in a 2-3-2 layout, so there remains a dreaded middle seat.

Seat pitch is the same as the A380 premium economy (38 inches) but the seats have been widened by one inch.

The footrest is activated by pulling a small lever.

It’s a bit tricky to work out, but essentially you need to use the footrest regardless of height, otherwise you may find it against your knees or shins if the seat in front is reclined and you’re slumped in your seat.

There is a seat pocket and an additional storage area in the seat back that locks away nicely, giving you easy access to your small items.

The tray table is located in the armrest.

The extra-wide pillow has a cover that fits over the headrest to hold it in place.

With the headrests adjustable wings it makes for a very supportive and comfortable headspace.

The entertainment screen is large – slightly bigger than a standard tablet screen – and also features a small ledge which pops out and can but used to hold your own device if you prefer to watch something on that.

Larger passengers will be keen on getting an aisle seat – a small button lets you push the outer armrest down to become level with the pan of the seat, adding significant extra width.

Economy

While Qantas has spruiked that its Dreamliner is more spacious than most 787-9, with only 236 seats on board an aircraft that typically carries more than 300, this is not because the economy seats are any bigger.

Rather, it’s because this plane features a larger percentage of business and premium seats than most airlines carry (about half the plane is taken up by the business and premium).

In fact, the economy class seat is actually marginally narrower (0.76 cm) than that found on board the airline’s A380s and 747s.

That said, there’s plenty of good news for the economy class seat too.

There’s an extra inch (2.54 cm) of legroom compared to the other international Qantas aircraft and, while an inch doesn’t sound like much, it can make a significant difference to taller passengers.

The legroom feels good, even when the seat in front is fully reclined.

The footrest is a flexible net that cradles your feet.

The headrest has adjustable sides and, like in premium economy, the pillow slip goes over the headrest, keeping it in place throughout the flight.

The pillow and blanket both feel thick and comfortable.

The entertainment screen is a good size, sharp and responsive to touch like a tablet.

Qantas has added a dropdown shelf to support your own device if you prefer, meaning you won’t have to hold your phone or tablet, or lie it on the tray table.

There is power as well as a USB port.

The tray table folds in half, so it’s high on the seat back when retracted, keeping it away from your legs.

There’s also a small storage space just large enough to keep a bottle of water in – this is a nice innovation since wedging a bottle into the seat pocket typically forces it forward, reducing legroom.

Overall, this is an innovative economy class seat, though the width may be an issue for larger passengers.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Qantas

Wide-body aircraft Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Qantas has three class configuration on-board (Business, Premium, and Economy) with total of 236 seats.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Qantas Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner Seating Plan
Qantas Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner Seating Plan

Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Qantas Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Every seat on this plane has a personal entertainment system with a variety of video and audio options.
  • Video. Every seat on this plane has a personal entertainment system with a variety of video and audio options.
  • AC Power. Business and Premium Economy Class features in-seat regular AC power at every seat as well as USB ports. Economy Class features in-seat regular AC power outlets at every two per triple seat as well as USB ports.
  • Food. Qantas offers Inflight Cuisine, their beverage and food service on all international flights. More Information

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Qantas Fleet Boeing 747-400 Details and Pictures

Boeing 747 48E Qantas VH OEB Phillip Island oneworld livery at Singapore Changi Airport

Qantas Fleet Boeing 747-400 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Qantas operates 8 wide-body jumbo-jet aircraft Boeing 747-400 aka “Queen of The Skies”.

Qantas Boeing 747-400’s operate on selected routes including between Brisbane and Los Angeles, Los Angeles and New York, Sydney and Los Angeles.

Sydney also connects with San Francisco, Santiago, Hong Kong, Tokyo (Haneda), Johannesburg and seasonally Sydney-Vancouver.

Qantas operates Boeing 747-400ER (extended range), and 747-400 longreach.

This jumbo-jet aircraft configured with 3 and 4 class cabin.

Qantas Boeing 747 438 VH OJU Lord Howe Island Oneworld livery at London Heathrow Airport
Qantas Boeing 747 438 VH OJU Lord Howe Island Oneworld livery at London Heathrow Airport

Boeing 747-400 Qantas Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
Boeing 747-48EVH-OEB29 May 1998Phillip Island
Boeing 747-438(ER)VH-OEE6 Dec 2002Nullarbor
Boeing 747-438(ER)VH-OEF31 Oct 2002Sydney
Boeing 747-438(ER)VH-OEG20 Dec 2002Parkes
Boeing 747-438(ER)VH-OEH9 Feb 2003Hervey Bay
Boeing 747-438(ER)VH-OEI26 Jun 2003Ceduna
Boeing 747-438(ER)VH-OEJ30 Jul 2003Wunala
Boeing 747-438VH-OJU24 Jan 2000Lord Howe Island

Qantas Fleet Boeing 747-400 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Enjoy exceptional service on Qantas Boeing 747-400 aircraft, which is aligned with their Airbus A380-800 offering.

Economy

Enjoy a superior level of comfort on your journey with refreshed interiors and seats, plus a self-service snack bar with healthy snacks and drinks.

Discover the features of the Economy:

  • 78.7cm (31in) seat pitch with seat width up to 44.9cm (17.7in) and 15.2cm (6in) recline
  • single beam seat design provides greater leg room
  • innovative netted footrest for extra leg support
  • articulating seat base and ergonomic cushions
  • larger 26.9cm (10.6in) touch screen monitor
  • power access and USB port
  • blockbuster movies, hit TV shows, music and digital games.

Premium Economy

Stretch out and relax with more space, an upgraded menu and extensive wine list.

Discover the features of the Premium Economy cabin:

  • Private cabin with dedicated Cabin Crew
  • 96.5cm (38in) seat pitch with 49.5cm (19.5in) seat width and 22.8cm (9in) recline
  • adjustable headrest and integrated leg rest with fold out footrest
  • larger 26.9cm (10.6in) in‐arm touch screen monitor
  • cocktail table
  • noise cancelling headphones, power access and USB port
  • the latest movies, hit TV shows, music and digital games.

Business

Enjoy cabin mood lighting and the award-winning fully-flat Skybed designed by Marc Newson to arrive at your destination in great shape. 

Discover the features of the Business cabin;

  • seat transforms into a fully flat Skybed – 60.9cm (24in) bed width
  • 203.2cm (80in) seat pitch and bed length
  • powerful back massage feature
  • enhanced privacy divider
  • soft leather armrests
  • larger 30.7cm (12.1in) in-arm entertainment screen
  • additional personal storage
  • PC power access and USB port
  • over 1600 entertainment options.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747-400 Three Class V1 Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Three Class V1 Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Three Class V1 Qantas

This airplane offers seats in three classes: business, premium economy and economy.

Business class of the lower deck contains 32 flat bed seats that are divided into two sections.

First sections consists of 4 rows of seats.

All of them are standard only location of the galley and lavatory behind the seats of the 4th row may cause discomfort to passengers of these seats.

The second section consists of 2 rows of seats that have 2-3-2 configuration.

Proximity of the galley and lavatories and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing are the main disadvantages of the seats of the 23rd row.

TV screens of these seats are adjustable allowing passengers watching them even while lying down.

For passengers with infants the seats 23AB and 23JK have bassinets position of which may be bothersome.

Behind business class seats 40 seats of premium economy class are located.

The seats of the 29th row have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Position of the bassinets may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 29DEFG.

Passengers of the seats of the 31st row will take advantage of extra legroom.

Among disadvantages of these seats: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width as the tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable and noise that is coming from the galleys.

Proximity of the galleys may also cause discomfort to passengers of B seats of the rows 32-34.

Thanks to the position of the wall ahead passengers of the seats 35DEFG and 35JK will take advantage if extra space for their legs.

However, these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing and are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests.

Economy class has 275 seats that are divided into three classes.

The best seats of the economy class are considered the seats of the 38th row.

These seats offer extra space for passengers legs. But as the armrests are immovable he width of these seats is reduced a little.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

For passengers traveling with infants the seats 38DEFG offer bassinets. The seats 38HJK are crew seats.

The main disadvantages of the seats 39HJK are: location of the crew seats in front, reduced width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Proximity of the lavatories and limited recline will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 40DEFG, 41ABC and 41HJK.

Behind the exit row the second section of economy class seats is located.

There are 11 rows of seats here.

Other passengers tend to congregate in the area of these seats in order to visit lavatories and thus causing discomfort to passengers of the seats of the 46th row and 47DEFG.

Also all these seats are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Passengers of the seats of the 46th row can get cold during the flight by the exits.

The seats 46A and 46K are considered bad seats as they have no windows.

These seats are very uncomfortable that is why they are assigned among the last.

Passengers of the seats 46BC, 46HJ and 47DEFG will take advantage of extra legroom.

The only disadvantage of the seats 55DEFG is limited recline.

Close location of the galley and limited recline make the seats of the 56th row bad seats.

The third section of economy class seats is located behind another exit row.

Thanks to the exit row located in front the seats of the 58th row offer extra legroom.

However, noise from the galleys may cause discomfort to passengers of these seats.

Among other disadvantages: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width.

Also it can get cold by the exits during the flight.

Passengers traveling with babies are often seated on the seats 63DEFG as they offer bassinets, position of which may be bothersome as well as position of the galleys in front.

As the tray tables are in the armrests, the width of these seats is reduced a little.

Lack of floor storage during take-off and landing is another disadvantage of these seats.

AB and JK seats of the rows 70-72 are ideal for passengers traveling with a companion.

A and K seats of these rows have extra space at windows side as there are no seats there.

All B and J seats of these rows have less leg and storage room as entertainment equipment is stored under these seats.

Close location of the lavatories is the only disadvantage of the seats 74D and 74G.

Limited recline and close location of the lavatories make the seats 73AB, 73JK and 75DEFG bad seats.

The upper deck contains 24 seats of the business class divided into two sections.

The noise and the light from the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 11AB.

Proximity of the lavatories will also represent a problem to passengers of the seats 11JK.

For passengers with babies these seats have bassinet location.

Adjustable TVs will enable passengers of the seats of the 11th row watching them in any position.

All A and K seats of all the rows, i.e. rows 11-18 have storage lockers on the window sides.

Passengers of the seats of the 16th row will take advantage of extra legroom.

TV screens of these seats are in the armrests allowing to adjust them even for watching in lying position.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747-400 Three Class V2 Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Three Class V2 Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Three Class V2 Qantas

The second version of Boeing 747-400 may transport 364 passengers in three classes: business, premium economy and economy.

Business class of the lower deck contains 40 seats in two sections.

Passengers with babied are often seated on the seats of the 1st row as they have bassinets.

The second section of business class seats is located behind the exit row.

For passengers travelling alone will be ideal the seats 5B and 5J as there are no seats next to them and there is a lot of storage space.

The only disadvantage of the seats of the 8th row is close location of the stairs, lavatories and galleys.

Premium economy class contains 36 recliner seats.

Passengers of the seats 34AB will take advantage of extra legroom.

However, these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing, are located close to the stairs, galleys and lavatories and are narrower than standard as the tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable.

For passengers with infants these seats offer bassinets.

Due to the position of the bulkhead the legroom of the seats 36DEFG is slightly reduced.

Among other disadvantages of these seats and the seats 36JK are: close location of the galleys, reduced width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Missing windows make the seats 38A and 38K bad seats.

Because of the bulkhead located behind the seats of the 39th row are not reclining.

Economy class contains 270 seats.

Passengers of the seats of the 43rd row will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom they offer.

But these seats are narrower than standard and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

These seats are first reserved for passengers with babies as they have bassinets.

Location of the lavatories behind and lack of recline are the main disadvantages of the seats of the 44th row.

Thanks to the exit row in front the seats of the 46th row have extra space for passengers’ legs.

Other passengers tend to gather in the area of these seats while waiting to use lavatories and thus causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

As the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little.

Also there is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing.

The seats 55DEFG and the seats of the 56th row do not recline, the noise from the galleys located behind will cause discomfort as well.

Behind the exit row another section of economy class seats is located.

Extra legroom is the main advantage of the seats 58ABC.

The main disadvantages are: close location of the galleys, reduced width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Passengers traveling with infants are often seated on the seats 60DEFG and 60HJK as they offer bassinets.

The armrests of these seats are immovable because the tray tables are in the armrests.

That is why the width of these seats is reduced.

Lack of floor storage during take-off and landing in another disadvantage of these seats.

The noise from the galleys may also cause discomfort.

Passengers of the seats 60HJK will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom.

AB and JK seats of the rows 69-73 are ideal for passengers traveling with a companion.

The seats 69AB and 69JK may feel cramped because of the change of configuration from 3 to 2.

The only disadvantage of the seats 74DEFG is proximity of the lavatories.

The seats 73AB, 73JK and 75DEFG are considered bad seats as these seats are not reclining and are located close to the lavatories.

The upper deck contains 18 seats of the business class.

Passengers of these seats have more attention from crew members and the atmosphere here is more private and quiet.

Also these seats offer additional storage space at windows side.

Close location of the lavatories may cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 11B and 11J.

For passengers with infants the seats of the 11th row have bassinets.

Proximity of the stairs and galleys are the disadvantages of the seats 16JK.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747-400 Four Class Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Four Class Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 747 400 Four Class Qantas

This airplane may accommodate 353 passengers in 4 classes: first, business, premium economy and economy.

The lower deck contains seats of all 4 classes.

All classes are divided from each other with exit rows.

First class consists of 14 flat bed seats.

The seats of the 1st row are considered good seats as they provide some privacy for passengers.

However, passengers of these seats will fell discomfort when crew members will use closet located nearby.

For passengers traveling with a companion will be ideal EF seats of the rows 2-4.

Passengers traveling with infants are often seated on the seats 4A and 4K as these seats offer bassinets.

Position of the bassinets provides mores storage space.

However, these seats are often bumped by other passengers passing by and are located very close to the neighboring seats.

Behind the seats of the first class 4 rows of business class seats are located.

These seats have 2-3-2 configuration.

TV of the seats of the 23rd row are adjustable that allows passengers of these seats watching them while lying down.

But proximity of the galley and lavatory will cause inconvenience.

Premium Economy class has 32 seats that are located in 4 rows that have 2-4-2 configuration.

Close location of the lavatories, galleys and bar will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats of the 34th row.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing and are a little narrower than standard as the tray tables and personal TV are built-in the armrests.

For passengers with babies the seats 34DEFG offer two bassinets.

The seats 36A and 36K have no windows.

Economy class may accommodate 255 passengers.

The seats of the economy class are located in three sections.

The best seats of the economy class are considered the seats of the 40th row.

Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra legroom.

Among disadvantages: limited recline, lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

These seats are first reserved for passengers with senior frequent flyer status.

The seats of the 41st row are considered bad seats as they are less reclining than standard, have limited under-seat storage and legroom because of entertainment equipment that is located there.

Close location of the lavatories will also represent a problem.

The second section of economy class seats is located behind the exit door and contains 11 rows of seats. Most of them have 3-4-3 configuration.

The seats of the 46th row have the following disadvantages: proximity of the lavatories, reduced width as the tray tables and personal TVs are in the armrests making them immovable and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Protrusion of the exit doors limits legroom for passengers of the seats 46A and 46K.

Passengers of the seats 46BC and 46HJ on the contrary will take advantage of extra legroom.

But it can get cold by the exits during the flight.

The seats 47DEFG are first reserved for passengers with infants as these seats have bassinets.

Among disadvantages of these seats: limited legroom, proximity of the lavatories and galleys, lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width of these seats.

The main disadvantages of the seats 55DEFG, 56ABC and 56HJK is limited recline and close location of the galleys.

Also the seats 55D, 55G, 56B and 56J have less under-seat storage and legroom because of entertainment equipment that is stored here.

Also passengers of the seats 56ABC may get cold by the exits during the flight.

The third section of economy class seats has 18 rows of seats.

The seats of the 58th row have no floor storage during takeoff and landing, are narrower than standard and are located close to the galleys the noise from which may cause discomfort to passengers of these seats.

In addition, the seats 58B and 58J have less under-seat storage and leg room because of the entertainment equipment that is stored under these seats but the seats 58A and 58K have less legroom due to protrusion of the exit doors inside the cabin.

But the seats 58BC and 58JK on the contrary offer extra space for passengers’ legs thanks to the exit row in front.

Close location of the galleys is the only disadvantage of the C and H seats of the rows 59-61.

Passengers traveling with babies are often seated on the seats 63DEFG as they have bassinets position of which may be bothersome for passengers of these seats as well as proximity of the galleys in front.

Also these seats are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Due to the curvature of the airplane the seats of the 69th row may feel cramped.

Presents of entertainment equipment restricts under-seat leg and storage space of the seats 69B and 69J.

For passengers who are travelling with a partner will be ideal AB and JK seats of the rows 70-73.

All A and K seats of these rows have extra space at window side and do not have windows.

All B and J seats of these rows have limited legroom and storage space under the seats as entertainment equipment is located here.

The main disadvantages of the seats 74D and 74G is proximity of the lavatories and restricted under-seat leg and storage space.

Limited recline and close location of the lavatories make the seats 75DEFG bad seats.

The upper deck of the airplane consists of 6 rows of business class seats that are divided into two equal sections per 3 rows in each and have 2-2 configuration.

Close location of the lavatory will represent problem for passengers of the seats 11AB.

TV screens of the seats of the 11th row are adjustable providing passengers of these seats with opportunity to watch them while lying down.

Position of the bassinet will also cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 11JK.

The lockers of the seats 11A and 11K are smaller than the others.

A and K seats of the rows 12-13 and 16-18 have storage lockers on windows’ side.

The best seats of this part of the airplane are considered the seats of the 16th row.

Passengers of these seats have extra space for passengers legs, however position of crew members’ seats in front may cause discomfort.

TV screens of these seats are built-in the armrests and are adjustable.

Proximity of the galley and stairs behind is the only disadvantage of the seat 18B.

Boeing 747-400 Qantas Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. The Boeing 747-400RR offers 1000 CDs, a selection of audio books and 20 radio channels.
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  • Video. Qantas Airways’ international flight entertainment system includes 100 movies, over 500 television programs and 80 games. You also have access to Qantas Airways’ Lonely Planet interactive destination guides and Kids Zone.
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  • AC Power. Power outlets are available in Business and Premium Economy on selected international B747-400s. This aircraft provides 110V AC (60 Hz) power and accepts most household power plugs including: Australian 2 or 3 pin, European 2 pin, Japanese 2 or 3 pin and USA 2 or 3 pin. Customers using UK 2 or 3 pin plugs must use an adapter.
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  • Food. Qantas offers Inflight Cuisine, their beverage and food service on all international flights. More Information

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Qantas Fleet Airbus A380-800 Details and Pictures

Qantas Airbus A380 800 VH OQE Lawrence Hargrave departs London Heathrow

Qantas Fleet Airbus A380-800 Details and Pictures. As of today, Qantas operates 12 super jumbo double decker aircraft Airbus A380-800.

Qantas operates their A380-800 on international long-haul flights.

Qantas configured this aircraft with 4 class, First, Business, Premium Economy, and Standard Economy class.

First class configured with open suites.

Business class configured with flat bed seats.

Premium Economy configured with recliner seats.

And for Economy, its configured with standard seats.

The first reconfigured aircraft, VH-OQK, operated as QF2 from London to Sydney via Singapore.

It departed on October 1 and arrived in Australia on October 2.

The Australian carrier plans to refurbish its remaining 11 A380 aircraft by the end of 2020.

Two more A380 aircraft are expected to undergo refurbishment before the end of 2019.

Each aircraft takes approximately eight weeks to upgrade.

Inaugural Qantas VH OQL Airbus A380 842 Phyllis Arnott from Sydney Airport parked at Gates 15 16X Terminal D at Dallas Fort Worth Airport
Inaugural Qantas VH OQL Airbus A380 842 Phyllis Arnott from Sydney Airport parked at Gates 15 16X Terminal D at Dallas Fort Worth Airport

Airbus A380-800 Qantas Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
Airbus A380-842VH-OQA19 Sep 2008Nancy-Bird Walton
Airbus A380-842VH-OQB15 Dec 2008Hudson Fysh
Airbus A380-842VH-OQC27 Dec 2008Paul McGinness
Airbus A380-842VH-OQD22 Aug 2009Fergus McMaster
Airbus A380-842VH-OQE18 Dec 2009Lawrence Hargrave
Airbus A380-842VH-OQF7 Jan 2010Charles Kingsford Smith
Airbus A380-842VH-OQG16 Dec 2010Charles Ulm
Airbus A380-842VH-OQH31 Jan 2011Reginald Ansett
Airbus A380-842VH-OQI13 Jan 2011David Warren
Airbus A380-842VH-OQJ8 Apr 2011Bert Hinkler
Airbus A380-842VH-OQK25 Nov 2011John Duigan / Reginald Duigan
Airbus A380-842VH-OQL15 Dec 2011Phyllis Arnott

Qantas Fleet Airbus A380-800 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

To improve comfort on long haul flights, Qantas fleet of 12 A380’s are to be refurbished as part of a major cabin upgrade.

You’ll see improvements in each cabins with a change in the seat mix offering more space and refreshed interiors to enjoy on-board.

This new reconfiguration seats a total of 484 passengers: 14 First class suites, 64 fully-flat Business class skybeds, 35 Premium Economy seats and 371 Economy seats.

The first reconfigured aircraft entered service on 20 June 2012.

All Economy seats on this aircraft have a foot rest net under seat ahead and winged headrests.

The upper deck of the refurbished aircraft is entirely comprised of business and premium economy seats, as well as the expanded on-board lounge, while first class and economy class seats are all in the lower deck.

Premium seating has increased by 27% on the upgraded plane.

The airline introduced the Qantas Business Suite, replacing its previous Skybed business class seats.

The new seats are arranged in a 1-2-1 configuration that now gives aisle access to every passenger.

The upgraded aircraft features 70 Business Suites, up by six compared to the older plane.

The new business seats retain the same 80-inch bed length as the previous model, while the bed width is 24 inches.

The size of the IFE screen is 16 inches (previously it was 12 inches).

There’s a new premium economy seat product in the upgraded A380, which first debuted on Qantas’ Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

There are 60 (up by 25) premium economy seats in a 2-3-2 layout.

Qantas says these seats are 10 per cent wider than the previous seats in the older model, and include a footrest that folds down from the seat in front.

However, the seat pitch remains the same (38 inches). 

Passengers will also get to enjoy a new self-service snack bar and a larger IFE screen (from 11 inches to 13 inches). 

Qantas has introduced a larger, redesigned, on-board lounge area with seating for up to ten business and first class passengers.

This upper deck lounge was designed by Australian designer David Caon and is furbished with deep green leather couches and wood panelled walls.

First and business class passengers in the upper deck lounge will be able to choose from dishes such as dry laska goreng with fishcakes and seared prawns to mushroom arancini in a tomato ragu as part of custom-designed menus for each route.

As for the first class seats in the lower deck, they have new contoured cushioning, seat finishes and a larger, higher resolution entertainment screen that measures 18 inches (one inch wider than the screen in the older aircraft).

First class in this upgraded plane is still comprised of 14 seats.

First class passengers will get to sleep in a redesigned Martin Grant sleeper suit in dark charcoal with a Henley neckline and burgundy trim starting from November.

Unlike business class passengers, those travelling in first class will also get new amenity kits.

These will include socks made from bamboo cotton and new skin care products from Australian brand LaGaia Unedited, which will launch onboard in November.

The airline says the new LaGaia Unedited First amenities incorporate the Qantas-signature Australian scent of lemon myrtle and geranium in a facial mist, accompanied by a moisturiser and lip balm.

LaGaia Unedited products will be also stocked in the lavatories.

While there are 30 less economy seats in the refurbished aircraft (down from 341 to 371 seats), Qantas says the upgraded economy cabin features an “improved inflight entertainment system”.

Economy

Sit back and relax in Qantas spacious and comfortable International Economy seat, designed by Marc Newson and built by Recaro.

Look out for new seat cushions and improved inflight entertainment options.

Premium Economy

Discover the exclusive and spacious Premium Economy seats, located in a private cabin on the upper deck.

With more space to relax in your seat, enjoy the Neil Perry inspired menu and tune into Qantas extensive inflight entertainment options.

Business

Fly in contemporary comfort and enjoy the features of Qantas award-winning Skybed.

The intelligent seat offers extensive storage space, while being adjustable with massage options to suit your personal needs.

When you’re ready to sleep, convert your Marc Newson-designed, second generation Skybed into a two-metre fully-flat bed.

Switch off and watch the latest premiere movie or box set TV with over 1600 hours of entertainment to choose from.

First

Enjoy a journey of unsurpassed luxury in First in the spacious surrounds of your individual seat.

Everything you need is thoughtfully placed and within easy reach.

Recline your seat, adjust the lumbar support or turn on the in-seat massage at the touch of a button.

Control your inflight entertainment, adjust the lighting, close the electronic window shades and more all from the control panel next to your seat.

The luxurious Sheridan duvet, mattress and pillow menu ensures the most rejuvenating sleep experience.

Seat map and Seating Chart Airbus A380-800 Lower Deck Qantas

Seat map and Seating Chart Airbus A380 800 Lower Deck Qantas
Seat map and Seating Chart Airbus A380 800 Lower Deck Qantas

The lower deck contains the seats of the first and economy class.

First class has 14 open suites that are located in 5 rows.

Close location of the stairs that lead to the upper deck and of the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 1A, 2F and 2K.

The noise from the galley and more crowded economy class are the main disadvantages of the seats 5A and 5K.

Economy class of the lower deck is divided into three sections.

Passengers of the seats 48ABC, 51HJK and 52DEFG will take advantage of extra space for their legs.

However, close location of the galleys will cause inconvenience to passengers of these seats as well as of the seats 50C and 51C.

Passengers with babies are often seats on the seats 51HJK and 52DEFG as they offer bassinets locations.

The seats 63DEFG, 64HJK and 65ABC are less reclining than standard.

Proximity of the lavatories will also represent a problem.

Behind the economy class the second section of economy class seats is located.

Thanks to the exit row located in front of the seats of the 66th row have extra legroom.

But other passengers tend to congregate in the area of these seats while waiting to use lavatories and thus causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

The only disadvantage of the seats 70EFG is reduced width.

The best seat in this section is the seat 71D.

This seat offers extra legroom.

Proximity of the galleys is the main disadvantage of the seats of the 77th row.

The third section of economy class seats is located behind another exit row.

The seats of the 79th row offer extra legroom due to the exit row located in front.

An extra fee may be paid to reserve these seats.

However, proximity of the galleys may be bothersome.

The best seats of this section are the seats 80A and 80K as they offer extra legroom due to missing seats in front.

For passengers with babies the seats 81DEFG have bassinet locations.

The main disadvantage of the seats 87D and 87G is close location of the lavatories.

Limited recline and proximity of the lavatories make the seats 86ABC, 86HJK and 88DEFG bad seats.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A380-800 Upper Deck Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A380 800 Upper Deck Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A380 800 Upper Deck Qantas

The upper deck contains the seats of three classes: business, premium economy and economy.

Business class seats are divided into two sections.

There are totally 64 flat bed seats here.

First section consists of three rows of seats that have 2-2-2 configuration.

Close location of the seats of the 11th row to the stairs, lounge and bar will cause discomfort to passengers of these seats.

Proximity of the galleys and lavatories is the main disadvantage of the seats of the 13th row.

The second section of business class seats contains 8 rows of seats.

Close location of the galleys and the position of the bulkhead are the main disadvantages of the seats 15AB and 15JK.

The only disadvantage of the seats 20A and 20K is that the storage compartment next to these seats are not opening.

Other passengers tend to gather in the area of the seats of the 22nd row in order to visit lavatories.

Behind business class seats 35 seats of Premium Economy class are located.

These seats are located in 5 rows and have 2-3-2 configuration.

The best seats in this class are the seats 24AB and 24JK that offer extra legroom.

Passengers traveling with babies are often seats on the seats 24DEF as they have bassinet locations.

Due to bulkhead position these seats have limited space for passengers legs.

The last 5 rows on this airplane are the seats of the economy class.

As the tray tables are built-in the armrests the seats of the 32nd row are a little narrower than standard.

Also these seats have extra knee space but at the same time restricted legroom.

The seats 34DEFG are located close to the lavatories that may cause discomfort to passengers of these seats.

Thanks to the exit row located in front passengers of the seats of the 35th row have extra space for passengers’ legs.

But proximity of the galleys and lavatory will be bothersome.

Missing window and cold from the exit door during the flight make the seat 35K bad seat.

The seats of the 36th row are less reclining than standard and are located near the stairs, galleys and lavatory.

Because of these disadvantages these seats are considered bad seats.

Airbus A380-800 Qantas Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Each seat features a Panasonic eX2 Inflight Entertainment system with large personal touch screen with up to 1,500 audio CDs and a selection of audio books, language tutorials, destination information, business education, and radio channels.
  • Video. Each seat features a Panasonic eX2 Inflight Entertainment system with large personal touch screen with more than 100 on Demand movies and over 500 television programs.
  • AC Power. Every seat offers a regular 110v AC power port as well as a USB port in First and Business class. In Premium Economy and Economy, power ports are shared between seats. However, the Economy bulkhead and exit seats only have a USB port.
  • Food. Qantas offers Inflight Cuisine, their beverage and food service on all international flights. More Information

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Qantas Fleet Airbus A330-300 Details and Pictures

Qantas Airbus A330 303 VH QPB Tennant Creek at Singapore Changi Airport

Qantas Fleet Airbus A330-300 Details and Pictures. Currently Qantas operates 10 wide-body long-haul aircraft Airbus A330-300.

This aircraft have larger capacity but shorter range than the A330-200.

Qantas currently fly the Airbus A330s on international flights to Asia, Hawaii and key domestic routes.

Each seat on this aircraft features the Panasonic eX3 inflight entertainment system, with larger seatback touchscreens to use from the moment you’re seated till landing.

Qantas Airbus A330 300 VH QPE Port Lincoln at Perth Airport
Qantas Airbus A330 300 VH QPE Port Lincoln at Perth Airport

Airbus A330-300 Qantas Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
Airbus A330-303VH-QPA26 Nov 2003Kununurra
Airbus A330-303VH-QPB12 Dec 2003Tennant Creek
Airbus A330-303VH-QPC22 Jan 2004Broken Hill
Airbus A330-303VH-QPD27 Oct 2004Port Macquarie
Airbus A330-303VH-QPE28 Jun 2004Port Lincoln
Airbus A330-303VH-QPF18 Jun 2004Esperance
Airbus A330-303VH-QPG22 Jul 2004Mt. Gambier
Airbus A330-303VH-QPH12 Oct 2005Noosa
Airbus A330-303VH-QPI16 Nov 2005Cairns
Airbus A330-303VH-QPJ19 Dec 2005Port Stephens

Qantas Fleet Airbus A330-300 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

This version of Qantas’ Airbus A330-300 features a two class configuration with 28 flat bed Business Class seats and 269 standard Economy Class seats and operates on long-range routes.

Designed in collaboration with Marc Newson with a focus on practicality, comfort, privacy and style, Qantas A330-300 Business Suites redefine the inflight experience.

The suites are fitted with innovative seats that recline to fully-flat beds and direct aisle access for every passenger in a 1-2-1 layout.

The Vantage XL seat, manufactured by Thompson Aero Seating, was developed and customised extensively after ergonomic trials and inflight monitoring with a panel of experts and ongoing feedback from customers.

The reclining seat can be fitted with a comfy mattress from take-off right through to landing – offering more time to rest and sleep before you arrive.

The new space means you can eat, work, enjoy the inflight entertainment options and store your luggage with unprecedented comfort.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330-300 Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 300 Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 300 Qantas

Business class consists of 28 flat bed seats.

These seats are located in 7 rows that have 1-2-1 configuration.

The seats of the 1st row have the following disadvantages: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, close location of the galleys and reduced width as the tray tables and TV sets are built-in the armrests making them immovable.

Proximity of the galleys will also be a problem for passengers of the seats of the 7th row.

Economy class has 269 seats divided into two sections.

Most of the seats of the economy class have 2-4-2 configuration.

Due to the bulkhead position the seats of the 23rd row and the seats 24JK have limited space for passengers legs.

As the armrests of these seats are immovable these seats are narrower than standard.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Close location of the lavatories and limited storage space and legroom are the main disadvantages of the seats 41AB and 41DEFG.

The seats 40JK and 41JK sometimes are reserved for crew rest.

The second section of economy class seats is located behind the exit row.

Passengers of the seats of the 45th row will take advantage of extra legroom.

However, these seats have the following disadvantages: as the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little, there is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing.

Other passengers tend to gather in the area of these seats while waiting to use lavatories and thus causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

The seats 55D and 55G are often bumped by other passengers and crew members passing by due to awkward transition of the seats from 4 to 3.

For the same reason the seats 56DEF have limited legroom.

The only disadvantage of the seats 59B, 59D, 59F and 59J is proximity of the galleys and lavatories.

Limited recline and the noise coming from the galleys and lavatories make the seats of the 60th row bad seats.

Airbus A330-300 Qantas Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Both classes have onDemand, which features 20 radio channels, 120 CDs and the ability to create your own play list audio jukebox. Please note that music selections are not available on domestic Australian flights as of September 2018.
  • Video. Both classes feature in-seat LCD personal televisions with Audio and Video onDemand. In Economy, choose from 30 movies, 120 TV programs and 10 games. In Business, you have an additional 30 movies from which to choose. More Information
  • AC Power. TBusiness Class feature in-seat regular AC power in every seat as well as USB ports. Economy Class does not have any power ports but does have USB ports.
  • Food. Qantas offers Inflight Cuisine, their beverage and food service on all international flights. More Information

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Qantas Fleet Airbus A330-200 Details and Pictures

Qantas VH EBO Kimberley Airbus A330 202 at Brisbane Airport

Qantas Fleet Airbus A330-200 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Qantas operates 18 wide-body aircraft Airbus A330-200 on domestic and international flights.

Qantas configured their A330-200’s on 2 class, business and economy.

For domestic flight, business class configured with flat bed seats.

And for international flight, business class configured with angle flat seats.

For international economy class, you’ll experience next-generation model of the award-winning Recaro seat in a 2-4-2 configuration.

On Domestic Economy flights, enjoy either a seatback touchscreen or entertainment streamed onto a device provided.

Qantas Airbus A330 200 VH EBG Barossa Valley at Melbourne Airport
Qantas Airbus A330 200 VH EBG Barossa Valley at Melbourne Airport

Airbus A330-200 Qantas Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
Airbus A330-202VH-EBA24 Aug 2014 ( 5 Dec 2002)Cradle Mountain
Airbus A330-202VH-EBB29 May 2014 (23 Dec 2002)Albany
Airbus A330-202VH-EBC21 Jul 2014 (12 Mar 2003)Surfers Paradise
Airbus A330-202VH-EBD4 Sep 2014 (18 Apr 2003)Traralgon
Airbus A330-202VH-EBE16 Oct 2015Kangaroo Valley
Airbus A330-202VH-EBF26 Aug 2015King Valley
Airbus A330-203VH-EBG13 Dec 2007Barossa Valley
Airbus A330-202VH-EBJ26 Feb 2015 ( 6 Jun 2008)Margaret River
Airbus A330-202VH-EBK13 Aug 2015 ( 5 Aug 2008)Savannah Way
Airbus A330-203VH-EBL12 Dec 2008Whitsundays
Airbus A330-202VH-EBM23 Nov 2009Tamar Valley
Airbus A330-202VH-EBN23 Feb 2010Clare Valley
Airbus A330-202VH-EBO15 Nov 2010Kimberley
Airbus A330-202VH-EBP14 Dec 2010Ningaloo Reef
Airbus A330-202VH-EBQ23 Jan 2014Wolgan Valley
Airbus A330-202VH-EBR19 Feb 2014Lockyer Valley
Airbus A330-202VH-EBS19 Apr 2013Swan Valley
Airbus A330-202VH-EBV23 Nov 2012Kangaroo Island

Qantas Fleet Airbus A330-200 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Qantas Airways operates 5 cabin versions of Airbus A330-200.

Qantas Airbus A330-200 aircraft offers Business and Economy seats, and operates on international and selected domestic routes.

  • This version of Qantas’ Airbus 330-200 aircraft operates on long-range domestic routes. Note there are five versions of this aircraft, so be sure to compare in order to determine on which aircraft you are flying.
  • This version of Qantas’ Airbus 330-200 aircraft operates on international routes. Selected international services operate with Qantas’ Business Class Skybed.

Economy seats on the A330-200s for domestic flights have also been refreshed.

Each seat is fitted with an PC power access, generous storage space and adjustable head-rest to ensure a comfortable journey.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330-200 Domestic V1 Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 Domestic V1 Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 Domestic V1 Qantas

This version of Airbus A330-200 is the most common in the Qantas Airways fleet.

It is operated on long-haul distances inside the country.

The cabin of this Airbus A330-200 may accommodate 304 passengers in two classes: business and economy.

Business class consists of 6 rows of seats that have 2-2-2 configuration.

The only disadvantage of the seats of the 1st row is close location of the galley and lavatory.

Passengers with babies are often seated on the seats 1EF as they offer bassinet locations.

Position of the bassinets and the noise from the galley will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 6AB and 6JK.

Behind the exit row two sections of economy class are located.

Economy class may transport 268 passengers. Most of the seats in the economy class have 2-4-2 configuration.

Due to the exit row located in front the seats of the 23rd row and the seats 25DEFG offer extra legroom.

At the same time as these seats have immovable armrests, their width is reduced a little.

Missing windows make the seats 24A and 24K bad seats.

Other passengers tend to congregate in the area of the seats of the 42nd and 43rd row while waiting to use lavatories thus causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

Another disadvantage of the seat 43A is misaligned window.

Behind another exit row the second section of economy class seats is located.

There are 16 rows of seats here.

Because of the protrusion of the exit doors the seats 44A and 44K have limited legroom.

Proximity of the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 44B, 44DEFG and 44J.

Passengers of the seats 44B and 44J will take advantage of extra space for their legs.

The seats 44DEFG on the contrary have limited legroom.

As there are no seats behind the seats 53D and 53G are often bumped by other passengers and crew members passing by.

Restricted legroom is the main disadvantage of the seats 54DEF.

Close location of the galleys and lavatories will represent a problem to passengers of the seats 57AB, 57JK and 58DEF.

Limited recline and proximity of the galleys and lavatories make the seats 59DEF bad seats.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330-200 Domestic V2 Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 Domestic V2 Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 Domestic V2 Qantas

Second version of Airbus A330-200 may transport 301 passengers in two classes.

This airplane is used by Qantas Airways during domestic flights.

Business class consists of 36 recliner seats.

There are 6 rows of seats her per 6 in each.

For passengers traveling with infants the seats 1AB and 1JK have bassinet locations.

Proximity of the galley and lavatory will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats of the 1st row.

Close location of the galley may also represent a problem for passengers of the seats 6AB and 6JK.

265 standard seats are located in the economy class.

These seats are divided into two sections.

First section contains 20 rows of seats. Most of the rows have 2-4-2 configuration.

There are 152 seats here.

Passengers of the seats of the 23rd row will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

However, these seats are narrower than standard as the armrests are immovable.

The seats 24A and 24K are considered bad seats as they do not have windows.

The only disadvantage of the seats 25DEFG is proximity of the galley.

For passengers with infants these seats offer bassinets.

Passengers of the seats of the 42nd row will feel discomfort because of the lavatories located behind.

Behind the exit row the second section of economy class seats is located.

Other passengers tend to gather in the area of the seats of the 44th row in order to visit lavatories.

The seats 44A and 44K have less space for passengers legs due to the protrusion of the exit door inside.

The seats 44DEFG have limited legroom as well.

Passengers of the seats 44B and 44J on the contrary will take advantage of extra legroom.

The seats 53D and 53G are often bumped by passengers passing by.

The seats 54DEF have limited legroom.

The noise coming from the lavatories and galleys will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 57AB, 57JK, 58DEF and 59EF.

In addition the seats 57AB, 57JK and 59EF are less reclining than standard what makes these seats bad seats.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330-200 Domestic V3 Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 Domestic V3 Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 Domestic V3 Qantas

The third version of Airbus A330-200 operated by Qantas Airways consists of 299 seats divided into two classes.

This airplane is used on long-haul domestic routes.

Business class may accommodate 34 passengers.

The main disadvantage of the seats of the 1st row is the noise that is coming from the lavatories and galleys.

For passengers with babies the seats 1AB and 1JK have bassinet locations.

Proximity of the galley will also represent problem for passengers of the seats of the 6th row.

Economy class seats are divided into two sections.

First section has 19 rows of seats that have 2-4-2 configuration.

Passengers of the seats of the 23rd row will take advantage of extra legroom provided by the position of the bulkhead.

However, close location of the galley may be bothersome.

Passengers with infants are often seated here as these seats offer bassinet locations.

Proximity of the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats of the 41st row.

Behind the exit row the second section of economy class seats is located.

There are 16 rows of seats here.

Thanks to the exit row located in front the seats of the 44th row have extra space for passengers’ legs.

But close location of the lavatories may be bothersome.

The seat 53G is often bumped be service carts and passengers passing by due to missing seat behind.

Other passengers tend to congregate in the area of the seats 57AB, 57JK, 58D, 58F and 59EF while waiting to visit lavatories causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

In addition the seats 57AB, 57JK and 59EF are less reclining than standard.

That is why these seats are considered bad seats.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330-200 Domestic International V4 Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 Domestic International V4 Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 Domestic International V4 Qantas

This version of Airbus A330-200 is operated by Qantas Airways during long-haul domestic and international routes.

This airplane has 271 seats of two classes.

Business class consists of 28 flat bed seats that are located in two sections.

First section contains 22 seats.

The only disadvantage of the seats 1EF is proximity of the galley.

For passengers with infants the seats 1A and 1K offer bassinets.

The second section of business class seats is located behind exit row.

There are 6 seats here.

All of them are standard.

Economy class seats are also divided into two sections. 243 standard seats.

Because of the bulkhead position the seats 23AB, 23JK and 24DEFG have limited legroom.

Passengers traveling with infants are often seats on the seats 23AB and 23JK.

Proximity of the lavatories may represent a problem to passengers of the seats of the 39th row.

Behind the exit row the second section of economy class seats is located.

Passengers of the seats of the 44th row will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom.

Among disadvantages of these seats: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width because the armrests are immovable and close location of the lavatories.

The seats 53D and 53G are often bumped by other passengers passing by as there no seats behind.

Because of the misalignment with the row in front the seats 54DEF have limited leg and storage space.

Close location of the galleys and lavatories is the main disadvantage of the seats 57AB, 57JK and 58DEF.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330-200 International Qantas

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 International Qantas
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330 200 International Qantas

This version of Airbus A330-200 is used by Qantas Airways during international flights.

This airplane may accommodate 236 passengers in two classes: business and economy.

Business class may transport 36 passengers.

The angle-flat seats of business class are divided into two sections.

Both section consist of three rows of seats that have 2-2-2 configuration.

Passengers of the seats of the first row will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

However, close location of the lavatory and galley may cause inconvenience.

In front of the seats 1AB and 1JK bassinets are located.

The only disadvantage of the seats of the 3rd row is proximity of the galleys.

Behind the exit row the second section of business class seats is located.

The noise from the galleys will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats of the 4th row.

The seats 4AB and 4JK have extra space for passengers’ legs.

Missing windows make the seats 4A and 4K bad seats.

Noise from economy class may represent a problem to passengers of the seats of the 6th row.

Economy class seats are also located in two sections.

Passengers traveling with babies are often seated on the seats 23AB, 23JK and 24DEFG.

These seats have limited space for passengers’ legs.

Location of the lavatories behind the seats of the 35th row may be bothersome.

The second section of economy class seats is located behind another exit row.

Other passengers tend to congregate in the area of the seats of the 45th row while waiting to use lavatories thus causing discomfort to passengers of the seats of the 45th row.

The seats 45B and 45J offer extra legroom.

Other seats of this row on the contrary have limited legroom.

Due to missing seats behind the seats 53D and 53G are often bumped by passengers passing by.

The seats 54A and 54B are considered bad seats as they are less reclining than standard.

The only disadvantage of the seats 54DEF is limited legroom.

The seats 55AB and 56AB are often reserved for crew members’ rest during long flights.

Close location of the lavatory will cause discomfort to passengers of the seat 57D.

Limited recline and proximity of the galley and lavatory are the main disadvantages of the seats of the last 58th row.

Airbus A330-200 Qantas Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Both classes have onDemand, which features 20 radio channels, 120 CDs and the ability to create your own play list audio jukebox. Please note that music selections are not available on domestic Australian flights as of September 2018.
  • Video. Both classes feature in-seat LCD personal televisions with Audio and Video onDemand. In Economy, choose from 30 movies, 120 TV programs and 10 games. In Business, you have an additional 30 movies from which to choose. More Information
  • AC Power. TBusiness Class feature in-seat regular AC power in every seat as well as USB ports. Economy Class does not have any power ports but does have USB ports.
  • Food. Qantas offers Inflight Cuisine, their beverage and food service on all international flights. More Information

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