Qantas Business Class Review
We recently flew business class to Hawaii with Qantas onboard their A330. The A330 suites are great, extremely comfortable with plenty of room. The main issue of course is the fixed divider between the 2 middle seats, this concern has been fixed with the new business class suites onboard the Qantas Dreamliner though which has a moveable screen.
Upon boarding we received one the Qantas Art Series Amenity kits, featuring the artwork of Fred Fowler, 7000 Iron barks, and packed full of ASPAR products.
There is plenty of storage within the suite, with a pocket to put small items such a tablets, magazines, hone etc. There is also a hook to store your noise cancelling headphones and a super handy water bottle holder.
Your control panel for the inflight entertainment and seat adjustment is located in the front of the pocket along with multiple power connections.
The seat can be converted to a fully flat bed and the leg and back rest can also be adjustable to provide your ideal seating position.
The Qantas inflight entertainment is packed with movies and TV shows however the screen can get a bit blurry if you’re not looking at it direct on.
Qantas Business Class Inflight Dining
The Qantas business class inflight dining was delicious and of a high quality and the service was great. We enjoyed a lunch and dinner service onboard, with snacks also available throughout the flight along with a range of wines and other beverages.
We enjoyed the chicken caesar salad entree, followed by the braised pork main and finished with an ice-cream sandwich. The meals were tasty and served restaurant style, with each course being delivered once you had finished.
To book your business class flights to Hawaii, contact our Flat Beds Specialist Airfare Consultants.