Airplane Airbus A380-800 (388) Layout 1 Qantas Airways with 4 classes and 484 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
For two travellers, 36J and 36K are perfect. They are upstairs which a lot quieter than downstairs. You have the convenience of a small comparment next to 36K to stores some personal items in. They recline adequately. The downside would be that it does get cold and you really need to dress warmly for the flight. Service was good...
I don't understand why 35K has a negative review. It's my preferred seat when I'm flying economy. On the quoted negatives: Personally, the lack of window is neither here nor there on a 24 hour flight (SYD-LHR) and the slight temperature variation is easier solved with a light top. These are easily outweighed by the positiv...
Comfortable seating, except when passenger in front will recline fully his seat for the whole 15 hours journey. As I needed wheelchair assistance, the ground and flying staff were excellent. Thank you
This seat did not have limited recline. In fact, I think it had more than usual. It was an excellent seat.
Overall not too bad. Did the Sydney2London via singapore and even if the tray table and entertainment system are stowed away, the extra legroom is a life saver. Other passengers do hang out close while they are waiting for the toilet, but no claustrophobia issues.
First time sitting in upper deck economy. These seats allow for full recline without disturbing other passengers. The row behind is an exit row so there is a big space behind row 33.
While there is no direct aisle access for this seat, the seat pitch, width and handle on the seatback definitely make it easy to get out from the window seat. There are plenty of storage for the window seat, but lacking for all aisle seats. The screen is small and in an awkward position when you have the tray table out. And when...
When the seats in front were reclined you could not get out of the seat to go to the toilet. The armrest could not be put up to give you the chance to slide out of your seat from the window seat.
Dreadful seat - which we paid extra for! All night passengers would come through the closed curtain to walk to the end of the plane, I guess to stretch their legs. They would often trip over my feet or exclaim because the seat juts out unexpectedly into aisle when coming through closed curtain.
For a 8 and 14 hour flight, purpose served
This is a great seat and is very quiet up top
great seat! in addition to being on the bulkhead and being able to use the wall pocket as a footrest, this seat offers a small shelf between the seat and the window.
the adjacent 36E. and 36D are usually the last booked seats on the plane, so if you gamble on 36F there is a good chance you will have this row to yourself.
This seat has no storage pocket so it is a bit inconvienient.
this seat does not have aisle access (it is blocked by a wall) so you must cross 36E and 36F to exit the row
Good seat in Premium Economy on the top deck. Lots of leg room and storage space. There's a space next to the seat which can hold a lot of belongings: handbag, travel pillow, iPad etc. Very good service, tasty food. The seat in front of me was reclined and caused no problem whatsoever.
These seats are no good if you are more than about 196cm. They have a stupid foot rest at the bottom that fold up but if your legs are longer then when you fold it down it hurst your leg. Also when you lay flat your feet hit the back of the chair in front. I am 204cm so I know i am very tall but I expect more from business cl...
this seat has a wall beside it, you cant get out and there is no overhead storage
The first class A seats on the A388 are the best for solo travelers. The partition for the middle (F seats) is raised after take off, so the A row becomes very private and quiet. Partition is about 4 feet high, and F and K seats share the right aisle. I was in 4A, and it was very quiet. 5A was unoccupied, so the FA made that su...
Poor experience on QF12 in this seat due to the proximity of the galley and lavatories. On take-off a large amount of water spilled which soaked the carpet infront of 15J. While this seat was generally first to be served, the constant traffic felt bothersome throughout the flight. My entertainment unit failed multiple times and ...
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