Qantas Unveils Next Generation Cabins for 787 Dreamliner

Qantas has unveiled its newly designed Business and Economy cabins for its flagship 787-9 Dreamliner, arriving next year.

The Qantas Dreamliner will seat 236 passengers across Business, Premium Economy, and Economy cabins in a layout that has been designed to maximise comfort for the longer distances the 787-9 is expected to fly.

The Business Suite is the next generation of the seat recently installed on Qantas’ Airbus A330 fleet. These suites promise to provide a high level of privacy, made more flexible on the 787 with the ability to now adjust the divider between each seat.

The suites also have a fully-flat bed and offer plenty of space to eat, work or relax. Laid out in a 1-2-1 configuration, each suite has direct aisle access as well as the ability to stay reclined during take-off and landing.

Economy passengers will also have more room and an all-new seat, featuring a new personal device holder and USB ports; more storage areas; and a seat-back mood light designed to minimise disturbance for other passengers. The seats also feature an updated version of Qantas’ footnet, first introduced on the A380, designed to cradle the legs during sleep.


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