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xa-coupe

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I am trying to figure out the the seating arrangements on the JQ airbuses but can't find anything on seatguru or seatexpert but there are QF airbuses on both sites.
Are they arranged the same for both carriers?? By the QF plan were are a bit closes to the toilets for my liking but I don't want to shuffle if the plans are irrelevant.
Feel free to slap me down if I missed it on the sites :shock:
 

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Closest to the A330-200 domestic, but from memory they have been renumbered a little.
 

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If you start to book a JQ/JQi flight you can see the 'select a seat' page before payments. So just start to book a flight on the route you want and you've got it.
 

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Thanks everyone, the only issue I have is the proximity to the loo .. but I think we are far enough. The JQ plans dont show a toilet... in the end, I will be happy just to get there :)
 

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xa-coupe said:
The JQ plans dont show a toilet... in the end, I will be happy just to get there :)
They replaced it with an extra row of seats. Hope you can hold on for the flight. :D
 

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Kiwi Flyer said:
They replaced it with an extra row of seats. Hope you can hold on for the flight. :D
Surveys showed that JQ passengers prefer cheaper fares to onboard toilets. And JQ management determined that a toilet and its associated tanks and fixtures weighs more than 3 seats with passengers. Since passengers would prefer a leather seat to a stainless steel one, exchanging the toilet with an extra row of seats is a win-win situation for passengers and the company.
 

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Kiwi Flyer said:
They replaced it with an extra row of seats. Hope you can hold on for the flight. :D
:shock: I'll just open a door and duck behind the plane where no one will see me !! :mrgreen:
 
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