flying QF internationally in J, any difference?

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JA

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 07 Jul 2013

Total posts 75

Has there been any adjustments to QF J service since Qantas has started flying internationally again? Remember Alan Joyce talking about 'plant-based meals' and other service echancements

KW72

Member since 17 Jun 2020

Total posts 54

Some flights are close to normal.

But be careful if flying on QF11 and on the A380. This is not refurbished (very old seats) and there is no entertainment for 15 hours.

MaximillianW

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 14 Dec 2016

Total posts 41

Originally Posted by KW72

Some flights are close to normal.

But be careful if flying on QF11 and on the A380. This is not refurbished (very old seats) and there is no entertainment for 15 hours.

They still haven't fixed the entertainment? Was the same aboard QF12 on the 16th

KW72

Member since 17 Jun 2020

Total posts 54

Originally Posted by MaximillianW

Originally Posted by KW72

Some flights are close to normal.

But be careful if flying on QF11 and on the A380. This is not refurbished (very old seats) and there is no entertainment for 15 hours.

They still haven't fixed the entertainment? Was the same aboard QF12 on the 16th

Was an issue for a friend a couple days ago. And it keeps popping up as an issue on forums on other websites.


lsimity

Member since 27 May 2011

Total posts 2

It’s still broken in case anyone is unsure about how ordinary qantas international is right now.

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