Qantas reinstates A380 on routes to London

Australian national carrier Qantas Airways has reintroduced its first class offering to its customers travelling from Sydney to London via Singapore with the return of its superjumbo A380 aircraft, which were reconfigured during the pandemic lockdown.

Australian national carrier Qantas Airways has reintroduced its first class offering to its customers travelling from Sydney to London via Singapore with the return of its superjumbo A380 aircraft, which were reconfigured during the pandemic lockdown.

The daily return A380 flight was reinstated on 20 June, and now has more space for premium travellers. The refurbished aircraft includes 14 first class suites, 70 business suites (increased by six) and 60 premium economy seats (increased by 25) as well as 341 economy seats (decreased by 30).

The upper deck lounge (pictured), available to first, business and premium economy passengers, has also been upgraded to offer booth-style seating for up to 10 passengers and a self-service bar.

The airline’s A380 also operates on services from Sydney to Los Angeles.

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