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Compare 747-400 to 747-438 Longreach

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Jenelle

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Heya!

I was just checking out some flights to MEL-HRE.

One is a 747-438 Longreach from MEL to HKG
Then a 747-400 from HKG - HRE

I haven't done a trip to London for 8 years and I can't remember what I flew then. All the times since I have flown MEL-LAX and have had the 747-438 Longreach.

Sooo - what is the difference between the two? Will the 747-400 have On-Demand entertainment etc?

Ta muchly!
 

Dave Noble

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Jenelle said:
Heya!

I was just checking out some flights to MEL-HRE.

One is a 747-438 Longreach from MEL to HKG
Then a 747-400 from HKG - HRE

I haven't done a trip to London for 8 years and I can't remember what I flew then. All the times since I have flown MEL-LAX and have had the 747-438 Longreach.

Sooo - what is the difference between the two? Will the 747-400 have On-Demand entertainment etc?

Ta muchly!
A 747-438 is a 747-400 . The 38 identifies it as a 747-400 made for Qantas. The in flight entertainment will be dependant upon the airline operating the HKG-HRE flight

Dave
 

Jenelle

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Heathrow!

Thanks for all your replies! :) :)

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garyjohn951

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As I have mentioned elsewhere, in the QF entertainment guide for October available on the QF9 flight, 12 of the 30, 747-400 have avod as of this month. QF29/QF30 thru HK only has avod on every second flight. QF9 on the 10/10 to LON had avod. So pot luck
 
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garyjohn951 said:
As I have mentioned elsewhere, in the QF entertainment guide for October available on the QF9 flight, 12 of the 30, 747-400 have avod as of this month. QF29/QF30 thru HK only has avod on every second flight. QF9 on the 10/10 to LON had avod. So pot luck
16 (53%) of Qantas' 747-400s now have the AVOD system.

The '12' figure is incorrect and was being quoted months ago...
 

Optics

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Wunala Dreaming said:
16 (53%) of Qantas' 747-400s now have the AVOD system.

The '12' figure is incorrect and was being quoted months ago...
So, do you know the chance of QF93/94 having AVOD in Dec this year (keeping my fingers crossed)?
 
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