The seats will be basically the same Millennium seats used today on the QF A330-200 domestic services, just recovered in leather and the addition of in-seat power for laptops.odoherty said:As far as I am aware, no photos have been released yet (as the interior fitouts have not yet been installed)
Perhaps slightly better in that, at the very least because you get a personal video player and in seat power ...NYCguy said:Same as domestic Business Class, then.
On Airbus A330 operated services Jetstar offers StarClass – a new premium cabin
for the price of other airlines’ economy class. StarClass highlights are:
- Priority check-in
- Qantas Club lounge access
- Priority boarding
- In-seat power
- Complimentary meals, beverages, video-on-demand entertainment and amenity kit
- Fully flexible and refundable fare – change dates, times and names
- Jetstar’s new StarClass features 'Millennium' seats - extra wide leather seats with adjustable lumbar support, headrests with wings, and a 38" pitch.
Only from the seat perspective. Not as fare as other services are concerned.NYCguy said:Same as domestic Business Class, then.
I can confirm that Star Class has unlimited beverage service and snack service. The staff have no issues refilling your glass or getting another beer/spirit for you at any time.Only from the seat perspective. Not as fare as other services are concerned.
Starclass does include meals, but just the same meals as the other passengers are able to pre-order or buy on board. It includes the same limited supply of beverages as can be pre-ordered of purchased on board.
I find Starclass the most comfortable , then BA and then QantasCan anyone make a comparison between BA PE, QF PE and JQ Starclass as far as seats and legroom goes? I don't care about the service etc. but I do care about recline and legroom.
I concur with goldmember - save the points and buy an extra legroom seat in economy instead (not very expensive). Otherwise the points are only buying you the premium check-in and lounge access (oh, and meals i suppose- but only in terms of $$, the quality is the same as economy).Limewood, I strongly recommend you call QF, cancel the points usage for Starclass and incur a small points cancellation penalty. QF are charging you Business points for a Premium economy product (Starclass). You are far better of keeping those points for use in real business class (say A380 flat bed).
You may even consider paying for an On Departure Upgrade fee at HNL ($300?) to move from economy into StarClass if available at the time.
Are you sure about that? Have yet to be able to get in-seat power myself. Is this new?The seats will be basically the same Millennium seats used today on the QF A330-200 domestic services, just recovered in leather and the addition of in-seat power for laptops.
Its not going to be a cheap business class. Its really a premium economy product.
Are you sure about that? Have yet to be able to get in-seat power myself. Is this new?
EDIT I see on the web site they claim in-seat power. On my flights SYD-HKT-SYD I found the connection but staff told me they did not operate.