Revealed: New Qantas Business Class A350

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New Qantas Business Class A350

Yesterday, Qantas unveiled their new business class on the A350 and it’s drop dead gorgeous. It’s a tasty blend of creams, greys, and wood finishes. Some may think it’s a bit boring, but personally I think it looks understated and luxurious. They will be equiped with doors, nearly 4 foot high walls, and 80in bed, and large IFE screen. Let’s take a look at these bad mamma jammas…that may even come with pajamas 🙂 Full Presser

Make sure you check out the Qantas A350 First Class as well

Here’s the current Qantas Business Class

This is on the A330 which I flew within Australia in 2018 from Melbourne to Sydney

Qantas A350 Project Sunrise Specs business class:

Here are some of the Key highlights inclding th

  • 52 seats in a 1-2-1 configuration with all aisle access
  • 80 inch fully flat seat
  • 25 inches wide
  • Storage with a closing door and mirror
  • 18 inch screen with bluetooth connectivity
  • Wireless charging and a glove box

Feature breakdown for the new seat

Qantas A350 Business Class and First Class Video


Stunning new business class, and hopefully, Qantas starts releasing some award space so we can not only try and book this new product once its available, but in general feel confident we can book Qantas award space in some pre-planned reliable fashion.

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