QF Business seats on MEL-HKG route available for CLassic Award

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Serg

QFF

Member since 12 Apr 2013

Total posts 870

2 seats available on MEL-HKG route on 8 April. They rarely appears and I love to fly QF 747, but unfortunately timing is not suit me and I have booked CX. Anyone interested?

btaus

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 15 Dec 2016

Total posts 171

Meh. QF Skybed on 747 are way worse than any CX longhaul products, especially when flight operated by non refreshed 747 with F cabin and Skybed Mk I in J.

CX operate 1x A330, 1x A350 and 1x 777-300ER from MEL-HKG in April 8th and all of 3 flights feature reverse herringbone.

Last editedby btaus at Jan 03, 2017, 07:06 PM.

Serg

QFF

Member since 12 Apr 2013

Total posts 870

Meh. QF Skybed on 747 are way worse than any CX longhaul products, especially when flight operated by non refreshed 747 with F cabin and Skybed Mk I in J.
CX operate 1x A330, 1x A350 and 1x 777-300ER from MEL-HKG in April 8th and all of 3 flights feature reverse herringbone.
Last edited by btaus at Jan 03, 2017, 07.06 PM.

Come on! Day flight so "true" flat bed not really necessary and I just LOVE 747.
Though I never flown with CX and indeed looking forward for experience.

btaus

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 15 Dec 2016

Total posts 171

Come on! Day flight so "true" flat bed not really necessary and I just LOVE 747.

Though I never flown with CX and indeed looking forward for experience.

Qantas 747 have a nasty "middle seat" in main deck (both Skybed Mk I or II), on top of that, you have to climb over your seatmate if you ended up in window or middle.

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