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Member since 27 Jul 2016
Total posts 31
Any feedback on the economy legroom in 32 A&B on the QF A380? It's the first row in the little economy section upstairs at the back. Thanks!
Member since 08 Nov 2014
Total posts 22
Wife and I occupied 32J&K to Europe in July and same seats SIN-MEL a night ago. Good seats, with a good amount of leg room. Entertainment screen is in arm rest but that’s no big deal as far as I’m concerned.
Member since 02 Mar 2018
Total posts 17
I am always picking 32K (or A) to Singapore, LA or Dallas.
Member since 05 May 2016
Total posts 288
Enjoy Upper Deck economy whilst it lasts.
Thanks, that's good news!
Yes, it's a good spot.... while it lasts. Thanks.
Member since 09 Apr 2017
Total posts 38
Member since 04 Mar 2014
Total posts 86
On the topic, whats 33 like?
Member since 28 Apr 2013
Total posts 16
Can you fully stretch your legs without hitting the bulkhead?
Thanks, that's great to know. As a 6' tall person with long legs there's a chance it will make economy doable, and thanks for the heads-up on the overhead locker space.
My wife was actually in 33A SYD-LAX in May and said it was great because there was no one behind to swing off the seat when getting in and out. The only down side is the 79 cm pitch, but as she's only 163 cm it wasn't an issue. She also noted the meal service was lighting quick.
Member since 19 May 2015
32A is my favourite economy seat on the A380. The storage compartment is great, cabin is relatively quiet and service is speedy and friendly because it's such a small cabin. I'm pretty short and can barely reach the bulkhead but I've had tall guys next to me who seem happy with their feet up on the wall.
Member since 19 Jun 2017
Total posts 62
I've done 33 a few times. The recline is not the best, but the quietness of the upper deck makes it heaps better
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How's the legroom at row 32 on Qantas' Airbus A380?
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