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Qantas Business Class Amenities

Qantas Business Class Amenities

  1. Parker

    Hey, Lucky. I was thinking about taking a trip that would include segments on QF8 from DFW to SYD and QF7 from SYD to DFW. The trip would be in business (J), and I was wondering about their amenities. Actually, more specifically, I was wondering about the pajamas, or lack thereof if that’s the case. I have searched it up, and I can’t find any articles in the last 2-3 years (all are prior to 2013) that talk about J on QF7/8. But either way, I was wondering if they still give out pajamas. If so, are they high enough quality to wear on that flight for that long period. I have heard you praise their first class pajamas. I also know you haven’t taken any long segments in their business class recently, but I would like to get any wisdom from you. If there either are no pajamas or if they are just bad quality, would it be worth it bringing some Qatar Airways J pajamas. I know those are a little thick, so if you know if they keep their cabins warm/cool, that would be nice to know as well. Thanks so much for answering my question(s)!

  2. Parker

    If anybody could answer just one of the above questions that would be awesome

  3. Curt Anderson

    Hey Parker. Here’s my take: I’m torn on Qantas business class. The seat is flat, but it lays at a slight angle to the floor. That makes a huge difference in comfort. I found it to be more comfortable to put the seat flat, then move it slightly un-flat. It gives your back a flatter area, which took away the discomfort in my back from that slight downward pull of the not-so-flat-“flat”-seat. The service (at least with the crew I had) was great; very personal and friendly. All of the food was good, but there were a couple things I had that were SOO good. I wish I remembered what they were called…but that trip was in March so they’ve probably been rotated out anyway.

    Specifically to your question, yeah–they offer pajamas in business class. The top and bottoms are essentially basic t-shirt material. They’re pretty lightweight. They’ll get you through a flight or two just fine, but they’ll shrink on first wash. I like things warm–really warm, haha–so I’m not the best judge of cabin temperature because anything below 80 is cool in my mind. I used both an AA fleece blanket and the thick QF blanket/comforter to sleep.

    The amenity kits are a nice Jack Spade zippered pouch that you’ll be able to find good uses for post-trip. It has all of the normal moisturizers and such.

    Hope that helps a bit!

  4. Curt Anderson

    [QUOTE=”Parker, post: 4232, member: 186″]Hey, Lucky. I was thinking about taking a trip that would include segments on QF8 from DFW to SYD and QF7 from SYD to DFW. The trip would be in business (J), and I was wondering about their amenities. Actually, more specifically, I was wondering about the pajamas, or lack thereof if that’s the case. I have searched it up, and I can’t find any articles in the last 2-3 years (all are prior to 2013) that talk about J on QF7/8. But either way, I was wondering if they still give out pajamas. If so, are they high enough quality to wear on that flight for that long period. I have heard you praise their first class pajamas. I also know you haven’t taken any long segments in their business class recently, but I would like to get any wisdom from you. If there either are no pajamas or if they are just bad quality, would it be worth it bringing some Qatar Airways J pajamas. I know those are a little thick, so if you know if they keep their cabins warm/cool, that would be nice to know as well. Thanks so much for answering my question(s)![/QUOTE]

    Hey Parker. Here’s my take: I’m torn on Qantas business class. Great soft product; “just okay” hard product…but it’s way better than economy. The seat is flat, but it lays at a slight angle to the floor. That makes a huge difference in comfort. I found it to be more comfortable to put the seat flat, then move it slightly un-flat. It gives your back a flatter area, which took away the discomfort in my back from that slight downward pull of the not-so-flat-“flat”-seat. The service (at least with the crew I had) was great; very personal and friendly. All of the food was good, but there were a couple things I had that were SOO good. I wish I remembered what they were called…but that trip was in March so they’ve probably been rotated out anyway.

    Specifically to your question, yeah–they offer pajamas in business class. The top and bottoms are essentially basic t-shirt material. They’re pretty lightweight. They’ll get you through a flight or two just fine, but they’ll shrink on first wash. I like things warm–really warm, haha–so I’m not the best judge of cabin temperature because anything below 80 is cool in my mind. I used both an AA fleece blanket and the thick QF blanket/comforter to sleep.

    The amenity kits are a nice Jack Spade zippered pouch that you’ll be able to find good uses for post-trip. It has all of the normal moisturizers and such.

    Hope that helps a bit!

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