Inside The New Qantas Dreamliner
The first of Qantas’s 8 new Dreamliners will touch down in Sydney this Friday. The first Dreamliner for the airline has been named Great Southern Land following a nationwide competition run earlier in the year.
Dreamliners are lauded as game changing aircraft with larger windows, improved air filtration, and new mood lighting all designed to improve inflight comfort and reduce jetlag. The addition to the Qantas fleet has been hotly anticipated.
The first Qantas Dreamliner route will be Melbourne – Los Angeles, with the new plane coming in to operation from December 15 2017. The second Dreamliner will be used on the ground breaking Perth- London route, the first non-stop service between Australia and Europe which will commence in March 2018. A further 4 Dreamliners will be based in Brisbane by the end of 2018, with new direct international routes to North America being hinted at by the airline.
Inside the Qantas Dreamliner
The new Qantas Dreamliner features the latest generation business class suites. Known for providing a high level of privacy, they’re now more flexible with the addition of a moving divider between each seat. The Suites also have a fully-flat bed and offer plenty of space to eat, work or relax. Laid out in a 1-2-1 configuration for the much-coveted direct aisle access, they also have the unique ability to be reclined during take-off and landing. There’s a new spot to stow your personal device holder, speedy USB charging ports, more storage than ever before, a seat-back mood light designed to minimise disturbance to other passengers, a slightly larger high-definition touchscreen, and an updated version of Qantas’ popular ‘foot-net- to cradle your legs while you’re sleeping.
Qantas Dreamliner Business Class
Business Class Tableware
The Dreamliner fleet will also feature a new range of business class crockery, glassware and cutlery, designed especially for the Dreamliner that is 11% lighter than previous tableware, providing fuel savings and being better for the environment at the same time as being beautiful and stylish.
Limited Edition Amenity Kit
Business class passengers onboard the first Dreamliner will receive a limited edition Oroton amenity kit, embossed with a striking artwork representing Australian cultural icons designed by Australian artists Craig & Karl.
Inside the kit, passengers will find Qantas’s current range of ASPAR products including:
- ASPAR Sweet Orange & Shea Hand Cream: Sweet Orange, Rosehip Oil, Shea Butter and Sweet Almond
- ASPAR Vanilla & Orange Lip Moisturiser: Sweet Orange, Beeswax, and Cocoa butter
- ASPAR Ultra Hydrating Face Moisturiser: Aloe, Sweet Orange and Rose Geranium
- Colgate Regular Toothpaste
- Travel socks
The limited edition kits will be available onboard Qantas Dreamliner Melbourne – Los Angeles service from December 2017 – March 2018.
To book your business class flights on the new Qantas Dreamliners, contact our Flat Beds Airfare Consultants.