The first and business class cabins for Qantas’ Project Sunrise has been unveiled for its Airbus A350 fleet dedicated to ultra-long haul flights. Starting with the ‘First Suite’, this luxurious seat has been configured to make passengers feel like they are in a mini boutique hotel room, complete with an extra-wide fixed bed, separate recliner chair, personal wardrobe, dining table for two as well as a 32-inch UHD TV.
For those who want a similar experience at a slightly lower price tag, there’s the ‘Business Suite’, all of which will have direct aisle access for ease of moving around the cabin and sliding doors. You also get a 2-meter (6.6-foot) flat bed, plenty of storage, a mirror, cushioned leather ottoman, large dining table with feature lighting, and an 18-inch UHD touchscreen TV. Plus, the entire A350 fleet is going to be equipped with fast and free high-speed WiFi provided by Viasat.
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Qantas has been the leader in opening up new long-haul flights for most of our history, and we’re bringing everything we’ve learned, both technically and in terms of passenger comfort, to Project Sunrise flying, We think our A350 cabins have the most sophisticated and thoughtful design of any airline, combining cutting edge technology with sleep research to shape the look and feel for what is effectively a new era of travel,” said Alan Joyce, Qantas Group CEO.