volley said:We are flying QF26 Los Angeles to Auckland on Tuesday August 2. Does anyone know if the new Skybed has been fitted yet?
volley said:My - that was quick. Thank you very much. I do not know much about Qantas first class on this aircraft. I know this sounds a daft question but is it better than the new Skybed?
volley said:Thanks again. This is great! I am flying with my wife and I don't know how she will view sitting apart - unless we were opposite. But most people are kind enough to move if they are travelling alone.
volley said:While I am on - I fly business to Melbourne from Christchurch on JetConnect which I believe is Qantas owned. Wondering what it is like or is it just the same as Qantas. Thanks again for the info.
volley said:.....I have already been in touch with my travel agent and going to book 4A and E. I take it 1A and 1K and quite a way apart - with nothing in between??
For Jet Connect that would be 737-300 aircraft, not -200 series. Its better than BA Club Europe given that QF/JetConnect is 2x2 seating while BA CE is 2x3 seating. But the seat pitch is not like an international 767 operating AKL-SYD.CO BNE said:I've flown them once in Business on a Brisbane to Christchurch flight. Only 8 seats for business class (2 rows of 2x2 in an old 737-200) so it's very cosy and the food and service are the same as Qantas (Qantas owned - NZ registered entity).