Sitzplan Airbus A330-200 (332) v1 Qantas
Flugzeug Airbus A330-200 (332) v1 Qantas mit 2 Klassen und 271 Sitzen an Bord. Dank dem Flugzeug-Sitzplan können Sie herausfinden, welche Plätze komfortabler sind und welche am besten vermieden werden sollten.
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Compared with the in-bound flight QF19 (A330-300) to Manila, this plane was much less spacious; something you'd typically expect from Qantas. The fit-out is brand new. While modern and aesthetically pleasing, the new seat design is much thinner and less comfortable. There is less cushion and arm-rest space. It feels closer to the quality of a low-cost short-haul carrier like EasyJet in Europe. There is less leg room - my knees were up against the seat in front and I'm only 177cm tall. In addition, the seat felt too up-right, and reclining only went so far to alleviate this. There was no mini-shelf below the screen, which is great for tech, and finally the screens are smaller and still using an old design where the touch experience is poor. Overall, not what I'd expect from Qantas for a long-haul flight.
Feels like an afterthought business class seat. It’s in a cabin of 2 rows cut off from the rest of business class. Not only that but economy class row behind is about a 1/3rd of the way into business class row, the curtain is angled to separate. 8E is the sister seat so has the same problems. Av
It would appear that the aicraft has been refurbished since the previous comments. There are no boxes under the window seats as suggested and the trim appears to be new. The entetainment system now also includes a USB port. I was quite happy with the seat although nothing special
Trip is AKL-SYD. Some of these QF planes now have been refitted with I-pads instead of fixed screens. A metal bracket on the back of the seat in front secures the I-Pad, apparently designed to impale itself in your forehead in an emergency braking situation. Available movies etc. worse than Air New Zealand. Shortage of I-Pads available for every seat so some people got no Movies etc. Legroom certainly isn't the claimed 31"...perhaps 28". Food OK - better than Air New Zealand. Overall OK but very cramped.
39G SYD-PER. Seat was ok, luggage compartment full of blankets and pillows had to stow bags further up the aircraft. Toilets directly behind seat was not troublesome at all was quite convenient. Seat back video touch screens and food ok 4 choics on this dinner flight.
The economy seats on this aircraft are a disgrace. The seat pitch is the worst I have ever experienced in over 35 years international flying. My knees were pressed against the pocket of the seat in front, and I am only 178 cm tall. This aircraft seemed to have been recently refurbished with new seats and probably added rows, reducing the seat pitch. I could not measure the pitch but it is definitely not the 31 inches claimed. More like 28 inches.
I agree the privacy on the window in the even numbered rows was great, being a day flight I felt a little claustrophobic and there is not enough of an arm rest on the left when you recline, found that uncomfortable and to get in and out it was a hassle raising seat etc. but hardly something to care too much about, it was great. My return flight I have chose an aisle seat in row 1 as I noticed coming over whoever sat in that seat had like a throne type of setting, space either side and easy to get our of, will be interesting but was a great new product and crew fantastic.
My experience was absolutely terrible, no in-flight entertainment and my lamb rice, was more like lamb essence, the crew even agreed that the food looked terrible! I travelled in a group of 5, and we all agreed that most of our trip was really bad. We got onboard okay, then when we took off, the pilot said that the onboard streaming service was a bit broken, which meant that there was no in-flight entertainment, overall a terrible experience, which is'nt very good for Qantas, and we paid extra for these tickets! Would not recommend this trip.
This business class seat is ok, don't expect anything special if you are 6' or over. Tired interior, filthy toilet and the crew that clearly felt they have been punished for the sins from the previous life. ZERO customer service. ZERO reaction to the call bell. Sarcastic smile when asked if it would be OK to AT LEAST get a glass of water. They were too busy reading gossip magazines. Shambolic experience.
Seat located right next to the window rather then having the table between you and the window like seat 1A. I find this seat along with 4A, 2K, 4K to be more private then the others.
Even though this seat is highlighted yellow, I liked it. It's like sitting at the back of the bus. Sufficient space and pitch, and the bathroom behind was no problem during the 5 hour day flight. No one was sitting next to me so that was also a bonus. The seat had a good view of the back of the wing and you could easily see the ground. I would choose this seat again. I would upload photos but there is no option to upload them here.
Absolutely horrendous experience. I'm 6' tall but was caged in and couldn't even lower my tray table fully. Had leg pain for hours after the flight. Honestly wouldn't travel Qantas again if I had any say in it.
Very roomy seat. Good to have as a pair side by side if you're travelling with your significant other, friend or colleague. However, as it is so far forward the lack of any windows or views at a all was very disorientating and as a result I wouldn't choose this seat gain. Shame too Qantas staff don't even check what food they are serving before they commence serving. Pretty basic to need to know what you are serving business class guests. Amazing that they didn't know or bother to find out in advance.
AWFUL. NEAR CRYING BABIES IN ECONOMY AND THE LAST TO BE SERVED A MEAL
Great seat, more private having the seat by the window as to the seats by the isle
33a and 33k have fuselage former hat obstructs shoulder
The new business class suites are some of the best in any airline. Plenty of room, with a big screen and as much privacy as you could get. I have flown in this plane regularly over the past few months and haven't been in a bad seat, that being said I haven't sat in the middle seats either. It's great to be able to have the seat in a reclined position for take-off and landing too. In bed configuration these are also some one of the most comfortable I have come across. Top marks to Qantas for this innovative design.
Qantas free up seats close to the pointy end from 80 hours before your flight, hence my acquiring 4A. Seat is closer to the two windows for a better view of below, and away from corridor traffic. I found leg room not as generous as seat 7A on a previous flight. Suites have generous tray table room with a curved shape for us larger folk. If you want privacy, the even numbered window suites are the best.
Found seat 7A very roomy. The seat is on the economy side of the main cabin door, which gets quite busy when passengers are embarking and disembarking. There is a partition between your seat and the economy class, and you do enjoy two windows (one is tucked behind the tv unit). Tray table is a very generous fit with curved shape for us larger folk. I found more leg room in 7A than in 4A on another flight.
I sat in seat 7F which is part of the rear section in business class, a block of 6 seats. Only disadvantage is that seats 7A & 7K have one window each side in this entire block. No windows forward as the doors are on each side of the aircraft. Perfect seats if your sleeping during a night flight, which l did, but not so good if you want to look out a window. Most comfortable seats especially for the flat bed.