QANTAS Sky Bed rollout. Is it on schedule?

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  1. Kestrel

    Kestrel Newbie

    Sep 15, 2004
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    Hi

    Has anyone recently flown Sydney/Singapore/frankfurt and return in business?

    I'm travelling that route on Tuesday and an wondering whether the aircraft they are using will be Sky Bed fitted. The QANTAS website suggests that only half of the two class aircraft have been done so far

    Cheers

    Kestrel
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  2. NM

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    I do not believe the QF5/QF6 flights are yet reliably Skybeds. There are some 2-class aircraft fitted with them, but they are generally used on the BNE-LAX routes (both QF25/26 and QF175/176).

    The progress of the 2-class conversions is on hold while they do the AVOD upgrades of the 3-class aircraft, and while VH-OJH is converted back from 2-class to 3-class config.
     
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