maio 24, 2024

Qantas is in profit, and travelers are in first-class hands! Make way for the Qantas’ First suite on the Airbus A350. Accurately christened a mini boutique hotel room, the space is inviting with an extra-wide fixed bed, a separate chair recliner (akin to the arrangement used by Singapore Airlines in Suites Class on its Airbus A380s), a wardrobe, a dining table for two, and a 32″ screen positioned next to a shelving unit for more stowage.

The bed can be used in more ways than one; owing to an adjustable backrest, one can sit upright to read, use a tablet or laptop, or even have breakfast in bed!

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The A350 First cabins designed by David Caon will have six First suites in a two-row 1-1-1 layout. To make the ample space more perceptible, it is safe to say the A350 First Class suites will offer 50% more space than the airline’s current First Class product on the A380. What more can a passenger flying non-stop across some of the longest flights in the world ask for? David Caon stated, “We began designing this aircraft cabin five years ago, working with Airbus and Qantas to maximize space, as well as creating a tailored lighting program that will influence mood and sleep patterns.”

He added, “All the design and service elements will work together to significantly improve inflight comfort, convenience and health and wellbeing and help minimize the old nemesis of jetlag.” Alan Joyce, Qantas CEO, shared, “We think our A350 cabins have the most sophisticated and thoughtful design of any airline, combining cutting-edge technology with sleep research to shape the look and feel for what is effectively a new era of travel.”

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