May 26, 2021, 03:10 PM
Darwin has not seen domestic widebodies since the early 2000s B767 days. A330s will be great for travellers to and from the Top End, which is enjoying a domestic tourism boom and a resources-driven economic upturn. With A330s arriving at DRW from BNE and SYD in the middle of the day ea...
Aug 14, 2020, 05:39 PM
Interesting article and conjecture in the comments. Some additional context: on 13 August, I counted three Cathay Dragon A320s and two A321s passing though Darwin on their way to Alice Springs, certainly for storage. Most were pretty old - at or close to 20 years. They add to the 12 Cathay group ...
Mar 24, 2017, 01:48 PM
As a frequent international and transcontinental flyer, the toilet downgrade in QF A380 and A330-200 business class is one of the few things that really irritate me - and regularly inconvenience other passengers, judging by comments I hear from them and crew. Note that the business class toi...
Jun 06, 2013, 09:04 PM
The 'amateur shot' is actually quite flattering, in that it does not indicate the tight legroom (for busiess class) or the tiny and flimsy tray tables. Suggest you try a Qantas transcon flight then a VIrgin flight and tell us what you think. The difference is amazing.
May 24, 2013, 12:26 AM
2-2 layout in business, yes, but considerably more legroom and recline than Australian domestic 737s,. Plus all Garuda international 737s have reasonable AVOD via a pull-up screen. Economy has seat back video similar to newer Qantas 737s. Quite comfortable in either class.
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