The airline's A330-300 aircraft which fly international routes to Asia and Honolulu will be fitted with new Recaro economy seats based on those of the Airbus A380.
Each seat includes a 'footnet' into which passengers can tuck their feet and an oversized 'multidirectional' headrest, while the armrest between seats can be fully raised for greater comfort when you're sitting with your partner (or score an empty seat next to you).
The international birds also receive an advanced inflight Panasonic entertainment system with 11.1 inch screens, but without any floor-mounted control box to steal legroom.
Those screens will carry similar content as on Qantas' flagship Airbus 380s, putting some 1500 hours of content at your fingertips.
Built into each screen is a USB port to charge up your smartphone or tablet.
There's also a laptop AC socket shared between each pair of seats.
The smaller Airbus A330-200 jets used for domestic routes – primarily the transcontinental east-west trek between Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth – won't get the new benches, but Qantas promises a 'refresh' with "new cushions and more contemporary fabrics".
However, both domestic and international A330s will be fitted with Qantas' Q Streaming technology which beams videos and music directly to your own tablet, laptop or smartphone.
Video & review: Q Streaming in action
Qantas will launch the revamped A330s on east-west routes from late December 2014, with the first international flights to Asia due to take wing in January 2015.
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