Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Flying to Australia just got easy; Qantas’ New A380 First Class Luxury Cabin

If adventures in the Outback, snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef and surfing on the Gold Coast are your idea of a holiday, you may want to sit up and pay attention.


Flying first class is always a cushy affair, but check out the new First Class cabin on the Qantas A380. Part science-fiction, part luxury hotel. Crucially, you get a mini-suite all to yourself and when you're flying for over 24 hours, you don't scrimp on comfort.



Qantas is eliminating first-class service on most of its long-haul flights except for a few flagship routes to Los Angeles and London from Australia.

10 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, if only I could have that for when I fly back to the UK this year! How amazing. x

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    1. Absolute dream. Those long-haul flights are a killer

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  2. That's nice! One of the easiest way to fly to Australia otherwise even i am flying by premier class- still exhausted after 24 hours ;)

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    1. I'm sure this would make the journey a little easier :)

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  3. Yes I know, if one has to ask what it costs, one can't afford it. lol!

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    1. :) but even so, its something nice to look at :)

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  4. singapore airline suites are better

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    1. Have you flown first class with Sing?

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  5. Can you please advise what the best first class airlines to New York are? I have an all expenses paid consulting job out there and need to give my client details of the travel arrangements

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    1. Hi Tim, if you wait a few days there will be a review of the best way to get to the US, which should be exactly what you're looking for :)

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