QF International Economy - Plugs & Masks?

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  1. Blackcat

    Blackcat Junior Member

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    It's a couple of years since I've flown Qantas international economy - do they still supply ear plugs and eye masks to help with our sleepy-byes?

    The family and I will be travelling MEL-LAX and I want the kiddies to sleep their heads off. Every little bit helps...

    (I note from another thread that J class get PJ's and possibly lullabies on some flights!! I suspect that doesn't extend down the back...)
     

  2. simongr

    simongr Enthusiast

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    This link isnt incredibly useful (the pack looks very small) But the Flash version say you get eyeshades but no ear plugs.

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  3. serfty

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    Definitely masks, but no plugs.
     
  4. Blackcat

    Blackcat Junior Member

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    Will have to plug ears with loo paper!!!!!
     
  5. simongr

    simongr Enthusiast

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    Or buy some ear plugs from the chemist if its that important. I have never used ear plugs on a plane...
     
  6. serfty

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    Nah, you can generally buy them from Chemists before you go. Prices vary; but should cost no more than $1-$2 per pair.
     
  7. Reggie

    Reggie Established Member

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    Otherwise you can try the work clothes/safety shops, they generally sell earplugs in pairs, plus they tend to have a larger range of styles than the chemist
     
  8. NM

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    Just get a set of Shure or Etymotic in-ear earphones. Then you have both sound isolation (ear plug function) and quality audio concurrently.
     
  9. Blackcat

    Blackcat Junior Member

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    On the other hand, I might do my usual thing and drift off to sleep listening to a heavy metal CD on my walkman - that will kill without mercy any other sounds!!
     
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