Passengers onboard the new aircraft will be able to enjoy Qantas’s latest Dreamliner cabin products in business class, premium economy, and economy.
Starting this December, Hong Kong is set to be the fifth international destination served by Qantas’s newest aircraft, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
Passengers on selected flights on the airline’s Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney routes to and from Hong Kong can expect to fly on this aircraft.
From December 13, 2018 until March 29, 2019, the Dreamliner will operate Qantas’s Melbourne-Hong Kong route, with Brisbane-Hong Kong following shortly after from December 19.
The last of the three routes, Sydney-Hong Kong, will be served by the aircraft from March 30, 2019 onward.
That said, the Dreamliner won’t be taking over all flights on these routes during these periods and will be joined by Qantas’s Airbus A380 superjumbo as well as its A330-300 and A330-200 aircraft.
For travelers, the deployment of the Dreamliner means that they’ll be able to access Qantas’s newest Dreamliner cabin products in business class, premium economy, and economy.
Business-class passengers can enjoy the next generation of Qantas’ fully-flat Business Suite, which features an adjustable divider between each seat.
Meanwhile, the all-new economy seat comes with an extra inch of seat pitch, compared to that on Qantas’ A380 aircraft; as well as a seat-back mood light, new personal device holder, and a HD screen that is five percent larger than before.
More information here.