QANTAS’ DREAMLINER GOES TO HONG KONG

Qantas has today announced Hong Kong as the next destination for its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

25th Jul 2018



QANTAS’ DREAMLINER GOES TO HONG KONG


Qantas has today announced Hong Kong as the next destination for its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.


From December 2018*, customers travelling on selected Qantas flights to Hong Kong from will experience the
Dreamliner’s next generation Economy, Premium Economy and Business class cabins:


 Hong Kong to Brisbane from 13 December 2018
 Hong Kong to Melbourne between 13 December 2018 until 29 March 2019
 Hong Kong to Sydney from 30 March 2019.


The changes are timed with the arrival of Qantas’ eighth Dreamliner and will join the national carrier’s A330
and A380 aircraft that also fly to Hong Kong.


Hong Kong joins Los Angeles, New York, London and San Francisco as international destinations served by
the Qantas Dreamliner, as the more efficient aircraft gradually replaces the 747 on key routes.


Qantas International CEO Alison Webster said the airline was pleased to share the Dreamliner experience
with more customers across the airline’s network.


“Introducing the Dreamliner to Hong Kong reinforces our commitment to Asia, where we are seeing strong
demand from premium travellers,” said Ms Webster.


“The customer response to the Dreamliner has been overwhelmingly positive. Feedback on the cabin
environment, from the seats to the anti-jetlag measures, is fantastic. It’s an aircraft people really enjoy flying
on.


“The combination of our 787, A330 and A380 aircraft operating between Australia and Hong Kong over the
peak season will see customers enjoy a premium inflight experience on every flight.”


Qantas’ Dreamliner carries 236 passengers across three cabins. It features the latest version of the airline’s
Business Suite, nicknamed “mini First Class” by some frequent flyers, as well as a next generation Premium
Economy seat and a significantly improved Economy seat with extra storage compartments and more
legroom.


Qantas will also bring forward the peak season upgrade of one of its two daily Sydney-Hong Kong flights from
a 747 to the A380 aircraft to early December, offering four cabins on the route including First Class through to
the end of March 2019.


 

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