Which planes are better?

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Rae

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I never take much notice of which planes I'm flying on, so I wanted to ask which is better in J Class: 737-800 or 747-300?
 

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743 is better in J; you get Dreamtime Seats with Personal IFE.

73H gives 'millenium' seats with mainscreen IFE.

(In WHY, the seats are basically the same; however you do get Pesonal IFE ion the 743's)
 
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thanks muchly - will go book the 747-300 for this one
 

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QFlyer - Qantas Fleet Information has some good information and photos.

Look for 747-338:
743%20Dreamtime.jpg
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& 737-838:

73H%20Millennium.jpg
 

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In general a/c that are used for longhaul have better seat comfort and amenities than a/c that are used only for short and medium haul. This is true for most airlines. Of course there may still be variations with different a/c type and configurations.
 

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That's all very helpful - and thanks for the link
 
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