QF 747 J class on HND-SYD route

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hclcho

Member since 01 Feb 2012

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QF 747 J class on HND-SYD route

hclcho

Member since 01 Feb 2012

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Does anyone know the 747 on the tokyo haneda - sydney route will have the business class skybed II? Will be flying on from tokyo to sydney on 5 jan 2017 QF26 and hope I won't be sitting in the old product... thanks!

Himeno

Member since 12 Dec 2012

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There are 2 aircraft with the old seats (Skybed 1) and 9 with the newer seats (skybed 2).

You'll only know for sure what you'll have when QF25 departs SYD the day before your flight.

Andyzx

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 17 May 2011

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QF fly 747 on this route. They have both configuration sky mark 1 with old F and all Sky mark 2. 

To confirm which, check seat maps downstairs rows 1-4. If this is 1-2-1 its first and sky 1. If it's 2-2-2 it's sky 2

there is an article in austbt about flying F and paying J. Helps work out where to sit. Be aware that QF may change planes and configurations at short notice.   It's a nice flight but sleeping in sky 1 can be more difficult 

cdirnber

Member since 23 May 2012

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I just had a look on Amadeus: it is configured as Skybed 2 with 3 row in the nose cone and the single seat in row 5.

akronflyer

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Member since 29 Jul 2014

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I agree with the above comments, i recently flew in J on that route.

Just a tip re  the Sakura Lounge at Haneda, the food selection in the J lounge is a bit limited  and if you want a shower make a resevation when you arrive, the attendant will give you a pager for when its your turn

Haneda is easy to access by train and monorail

Himeno

Member since 12 Dec 2012

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Which lounge? There is a Sakura and JL F lounge across from gate 112 near the entry into the concourse from immigration and another Sakura lounge and CX lounge near the newer wing to the terminal.

barecub

QF

Member since 27 Jul 2016

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the monorail was probably the least most comfortable trip I've had in Japan despite that it's fairly quick and you can use Pasmo card, and the departure time of this flight also makes it a little less conducive to using public transport with luggage

Himeno

Member since 12 Dec 2012

Total posts 289

You can use Pasmo OR Sucia on almost any public transport in Tokyo.

The Tokyo Monorail is also one of the few non JR lines that can be used on a JR pass.

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