China Southern is launching its newest fully flat business class seats for flights from Brisbane and Perth, with the extra comfort part of the airline's "Canton Route" connecting Australia to global destinations via Guangzhou.
Passengers will find the new business class seats on flights from 1 April.
The flat seats on the airline's newest Airbus A330 planes are 188 cm (6 feet 2 inches) in bed mode, and recline from the upright position through to very nearly horizontal.
As you can see, the press images demonstrate that there's a bit of space left at ankle level, which savvy travellers fix by folding up a spare blanket.
In terms of width, you've got a reasonable 51 cm (20 inches) to spread out, and the 2-2-2 cabin layout means that there's no middle seat.
You'll be entertained with a 38 cm (15 in) screen during the flights, which also promise "a fusion of western and Chinese cuisine".
Things are pretty decent back in economy too, with on-demand entertanment and a fresh new cabin.
China Southern Regional General Manager Australia/New Zealand Henry He is keen to point out that he kept his promises to Australia's business travellers:
"We promised to deliver our best aircraft to Australia and we’ve done it!" Mr He said.
"Australia remains our key overseas market and to ensure its success we plan to continually update our product and improve our service to offer the best travelling experience on our Canton Route to the World."
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