QF175 BNE - LAX on Monday 27th March

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  1. bigjobs

    bigjobs Active Member

    Jun 4, 2005
    Can anyone let me know what type of 747 will be operating this service? will it be a 3 class config sold as two (ie flight number commences in sydney) or is it a 2 class config?

    or can anyone share with me where i can discover this info. the QF website does not seem to be able to answer these questions, as far as i can tell.


  2. straitman


    Apr 27, 2003
    SE Oz (Sale)
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    Using the KVS availability tool shows Rows 1 etc as business class seating. Therefore reasonable to say 2 class only.

    Trust this helps. :) :) :) :)
  3. Dave Noble

    Dave Noble Senior Member

    Oct 10, 2005
    If it was a 3 class sold as 2, then row 1 would show as being business class anyway.

    Looking at the seat map, it is a 2 class sold as 2 class. Given that the conversions are just about complete, I would not be expecting to see 3 class sold as 2 on longhaul routes v often at all, excepting unexpected last minute substitutions

  4. NM


    Aug 27, 2004
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    Very rare now for this to be 3-class sold as 2. It would only be a last minute change due to aircraft availability that would cause it to be 3-class and you would not know until the aircraft pulled up to the gate.

    To cover for the AVOD upgrades to the 2-class fleet, some QF25/16 services in the next few months will be operated by 747-300 aircraft. Since the 747-300's returned from charter services in the middle east, they seem to have some flexibility on operations and are the preferred way to cover for scheduled maintenance of the 2-class 744 fleet.
  5. Wunala Dreaming

    Mar 14, 2006
    Hello bigjobs,

    You aircraft appears to be VH-OJD "City of Brisbane". As you are probably aware this is a 2-Class Skybed 744.

    Please note, that your aircraft will more than likely change and you could be lucky enough to have have a 3-Class 744.. Don't count on it though.. If you want F you'll just have to go via SYD.

  6. bigjobs

    bigjobs Active Member

    Jun 4, 2005
    Thanks for that info. i was OJD Sunday a week ago on the same service. unfortunately i can't get F paid for only J. it's a hard life :D

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