Anyone else think business seats on QF737 lost its appeal?

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GBRGB

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 21 Jan 2014

Total posts 257

Anyone else think business seats on QF737 lost its appeal?

GBRGB

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 21 Jan 2014

Total posts 257

Couldn"t help notice a distinct lack of privacy in the refurbed QF 737 business seat cabin. Sitting in row 6 watching the kids in row 4 argue and jump around banging into the seats of row 3, passengers standing in the aisle waiting to get to the front toilet staring down watching people eat their meals, some guy from row 5 going and getting stuff out of his bag which he had put in the overheads over row 3, the lack of a partition and the ability to close of the area has certainly lessened the value.

TBIBC

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 03 Mar 2016

Total posts 3

Qantas still have a nive J product on their 737's, however I agree that the partition or lack of between rows three and four does lessen the value of the J product somewhat. Simply put, I'd steer clear of row 3 when booking if at all possible to avoid this. On the other hand though, if you're stuck in Y, row 4 has excellent legroom and this row is highly saught after, especially by those who hold high status.

I have once put my bag in the overhead locker of row 3 (after asking politely first) (I was seated in row 4) and made sure to take anything I needed with me as not to bother anyone during the flight, afterall I'd expect the same if i were seated in J and someone from Y did the same.

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