Member since 13 Jul 2011
Total posts 3
What should I expect flying a Qantas 737-400 in Business? Not much?
Early 6:00am flight ADL-SYD
Member since 12 Jul 2011
Total posts 24
They had this from SYD - CBR last time I flew on this. I don't remember it being physically seperated from the Economy cabin.
Member since 14 Jul 2011
Total posts 5
The aircraft has convertable seating in rows 1 to 5, though most commonly is configured for three rows of Business (except on Canberra flights when five rows are common). There is no divider or curtain between Business and Economy and behind row 1, your tray table folds down from the seat in front. It is the least impressive Business cabin in the QF domestic fleet and is most similar to Virgin Australia's Premium Economy seating. If you can get a 737-800 instead, you should.
Member since 21 Apr 2011
Total posts 1
These are very old aircraft and show it. Apart from a 2x2 seating configuration, its the same as cattle class.
My experience is that the inflight staff do try to make up for the poor amenities but really, you feel like you,ve been ripped off.
There's no separation from economy and economy customers invade the space using the toilets.
Virgin Blue - Velocity Rewards
Member since 12 May 2011
Total posts 15
Wait until Virgin's Business class is rolled out on there planes, and if you got sky interior and the new in-flight entertainment you will forget Qantas!
Member since 24 Jul 2011
Total posts 7
I flew on one of these Canberra to Sydney a few weeks ago (well more like a month now) and its pretty much 2-2 seating with similar legtoom to the bulkhead in economy. Service was good. I wrote a review on my blog if you want to see some photos etc: http://www.carlousmoochous.com/2011/inflight-qf763-canberra-to-melbourne-business/
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