With a big comfy seat that converts to a lie-flat bed in a semi-enclosed cubicle, and a sliding panel to shut out your neighbour, you will never have to worry about small talk with the stranger sitting next to you.
Even the tallest passenger would be hard-pressed to complain about the leg room – plus, there’s an ottoman to rest your weary feet on.
Which is good, because with all that extra leg room, it’s a good distance away!
There are pockets and slide out compartments everywhere. Some designed specifically for items such as phones and tablets.
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Three starters and four main courses to choose from, cooked fresh (to your liking) and served on real plates with real cutlery. And breakfast is made to order – you’re handed a form to fill out before bedtime, and can choose from a range of ingredients (and how you’d like your eggs cooked).
To accompany dinner, a fantastic selection of reserve Australian and New Zealand wines, including the delicious Phillip Shaw Wire Walker Pinot Noir and Villa Maria Cellar Selection Pinot Gris.
Come bedtime, your flight attendant will come and make up your bed with sheets and big fluffy doona, while you change into the pyjamas provided.
The bar is open for most of the flight, with a friendly flight attendant there to mix you a drink, plenty of snacks and people to chat to. In the morning, there’s coffee, tea and pastries to keep you going until breakfast.
All of these features are made even more special by friendly efficient service at your beck and call.