Jetstar 787 MEL-SIN

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Kitch

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 10 Jun 2015

Total posts 72

Hey guys,

i flew recently melbourne to singapore in economy jetstar and i was really surprised it was quite a good seat, comfortable, wide enough and the food was good! I would happily take this over Singapore airlines/Qantas just because it was so cheap. Although they can improve in inflight entertainment system, it was pretty poor and also at one stage i asked for someone water and I was told to get it myself down the back! In my opinion the 787 is a great aircraft and very comfortable, but a lot of ausbt readers seem to bash the 787 as "bone crushing" and "uncomfortable". Has anyone else thought that a 787 in 3-3-3 confit is fine? 

aklrunway

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 09 May 2011

Total posts 172

Never had a problem with the 787 or Jetstar. I find their international flights incredibly comfortable and staff super friendly and efficient

PB57

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 08 Nov 2014

Total posts 22

Ditto the above. Have flown MEL-SIN and MEL-DPS, both sectors return and on several occasions. 787 is comfortable and service has always been good. Will do it again. 

Dredgy

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 02 Apr 2017

Total posts 167

Jetstar is a pretty good airline, regardless of whether you get the 787 or not. I've flown them to Japan a few times and in economy the comfort is no worse than any other airline, just bring your own entertainment and/or food.

moa999

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 02 Jul 2011

Total posts 835

It's narrow, but in my opinion fine.

(But I'm happy flying in Air Asia's even narrower 3x3x3 333, and I'm by no means petite).

The Business Class is a step ahead of the other LCC competitors if you get offered a cheap upgrade.

Jedinak K

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 06 Sep 2012

Total posts 99

I am 6'2 and I unfortunately did not have as great an experience on Jetstar B787 economy as you guys did. I guess it's my fault, I should've booked a better seat or flown with a full service carrier. Tolerable for 3-4 hours, but overnight flights between Tokyo and Melbourne was a nightmare. My two cents.

MRYJDrake

Air New Zealand - Airpoints

Member since 31 Oct 2016

Total posts 204

I'm 6'5 and built like a rugby player who's eaten too many pies. never had a problem with comfort on the 787, though there could ALWAYS be more legroom. 

elchriss0

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 13 Jan 2015

Total posts 80

I only fly 787s in W or J to negate this issue

AnthonyvB

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards Plantium

Member since 19 Jun 2013

Total posts 82

Thanks for your thoughts.  I do the Melbourne > Singapore run once a month for work (in economy).  I used to fly Singapore Airlines, but to be honest am finding there service, food etc pretty average these days.  Have really enjoyed flying Qantas the last few months, but will think about giving Jetstar a go..  

richard89

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 21 Mar 2017

Total posts 34

AirNZs 787s are sweet, not sure why folk bang on about slim seats? To be fair I'm 5.10 and 74KGs so ...

MikeZ

Member since 24 Jan 2017

Total posts 25

Nothing could be worse than Singapore airlines economy. So Jetstar definetly beats it.

Last editedby MikeZ at Aug 07, 2017, 01:22 AM.

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