Yeah I think I will anyway, got to burn these QF points and make the most of Plat while I still have it.I'd go for it. Personally I don't have a problem with the MkI Skybed, I find it quite comfortable actually.
You are confusing the 333's with the 332's.I was more concerned that it might have those dodgy PE seats with the middle seat covered.
I thought so but it's nice to confirm it.You are confusing the 333's with the 332's.
You can count on your hand the number of times a non-skybed 332 has been deployed internationally the last couple of years. They generally only get deployed when something major has happened scheduling wise.
Why the confirmation? 99.9% of the time you will be in a skybed flying internationally on a 332, 100% of the time if it is a 333.I thought so but it's nice to confirm it.
Would be awesome if Qantas could put confirmation of these things along with cabin photos on the booking info.
Is it not confirmed when you click under the International Business description on the QF site?I can see a photo and full description of everything I buy online, why not do the same for flights. Seems like an easy thing to do.
Yes and no. The information on seating always shows the most recent version of a particular travel class and ignores all the old seating types which are still in mainstream use. It is not aircraft specific.
Why are you arguing? It states that skybed is on the 330,380 and 747 international services. What more do you need to know?Yes and no. The information on seating always shows the most recent version of a particular travel class and ignores all the old seating types which are still in mainstream use. It is not aircraft specific.
* Second generation Skybeds are available on our A380 fleet and our reconfigured B747 aircraft. First generation Skybeds are available on our A330 and non-reconfigured B747 aircraft, with a slight incline of 9 degrees. Skybeds are not available on our B767, operating to Honolulu and Noumea.