I used KVS Availability tool to see that the flight on that particular day is being sold as 3-class, which means that at this time QF believe it will be operated as 3-class. And the seat map available via the KVS tool, although a little strange as they often are for QF's 744 in J, shows row 11 start for J for that day. So again, at this time QF believe it will be a 3-class aircraft and hence will have Skybeds.Maca44 said:I suggest that if NM says it is 3 class with J starting from 11 etc, then listen to him as he is far more experienced than I, and I am only going off the QF website.
743s don't have the range to do SYD-LAX or vv non-stop, so the via AKL flight is the only one they can schedule it on...NM said:Can't see any other 743 flights to LAX except for those QF25/26 flights.
Beer cans and razor blades by now. Went to the Mojave desert and were broken up for scrap a few years ago now. There are some photos around the net of them being destroyed (I'll post a link if I can find them again). Very sad end for a great aircraft.robertz said:Ahhhh, the old SP, where do they all live now?
Or have they all gone to retire in the AZ or CA desert?