finally, for those regular frequent flyers in search of a bed that
is, well, a bed, the all-new International Business
from Qantas that redefines business class. And it's not just the
seat, which includes in its bag of tricks, an almost flat 7.7
degree recline, a built-in back massager, ergonomic cushioning,
and a privacy ensuring "cocoon" design. This is the longest
business class sleeper seat 30,00ft aloft, where every inch counts.
Is six feet six-and-a-half inches (199.4cm) long enough? Welcome
to the Skybed.
Business includes personalised service, flexible inflight dining
and a unique interior lighting system. Flexi-meals
feature a fresher, healthier menu with hot or cold snacks available
upon request. Overnight orders are a snap for that early breakfast
"tomorrow" and an
innovative lighting system adjusts brightness in keeping with the
time of day.
revolutionary concept in executive flying features the longest sleeper
seat in business, comfortable, ergonomic cushioning, and even a
built-in back massager. Just lie back, relax and enjoy
Qantasnew International Business product is being progressively
introduced on the Hongkong-Sydney route. An interesting item for
the wired traveller is the ability to send SMS
to any compatible mobile phone or e-mail address. The recipients
can reply while the plane is in flight.
PC power outlet with each seat meanwhile ensures your laptop can
be plugged in directly without the need for adaptor cables. But
if the soothing cabin ambience can distract you from work, lie back
and enjoy the latest in all the latest entertainment on your own
Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane there are dedicated business class
lanes for express immigration clearance. In 1979 Qantas was the
first airline to introduce business class. Small wonder, it is still