Qantas Unveils Its New First-Class Luxury Suites. It’s More Spacious Than A 1RK Mumbai Apartment

by Mallika Khurana
Qantas Unveils Its New First-Class Luxury Suites. It’s More Spacious Than A 1RK Mumbai Apartment

Prepare to embark on a journey into the future of air travel, where opulence and extravagance reach new heights among the clouds. Qantas, the iconic Australian airline, is poised to redefine luxury in the skies with groundbreaking plans to revolutionise its Business and First Class cabins. In an era when every traveller’s dream is to arrive at their destination in unparalleled comfort and style, Qantas is set to make that dream a reality. Buckle up as we unveil the blueprint for these lavish upgrades that promise an extraordinary flying experience like no other.

Qantas Unveils Extravagant First And Business Class Cabin

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In an exciting development for luxury travellers, Qantas has unveiled ambitious plans to revamp its Business and First Class cabins on their A350 fleet, set to take flight on non-stop routes from Australia to New York and London in 2025. The focus of these new designs is undeniably space, providing passengers with an unprecedented level of comfort and luxury.

Imagine this: Qantas’ first-class suites are so spacious they could put a Mumbai 1 RK apartment to shame. These lavish private suites boast personal wardrobes and ultra-wide beds that you could only dream of enjoying in those tiny apartments. Who would have thought airline coaches could be compared to houses? However, an additional recliner chair, a dining table for two, and a lavish 32-inch ultra-high-definition TV surpass them quite easily.

But that’s not all. Qantas’ Business Class section is equally impressive, with roomy pods featuring a two-meter bed, a cushioned leather ottoman, and an 18-inch touch-screen Bluetooth monitor. What’s more, there will be a dedicated area where travellers can help themselves to delectable food and beverages throughout the flight.

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The meticulous design of these cabins is the brainchild of the renowned industrial design studio Caon Design. As per the Time Out reports, David Caon, the founder of Caon Design, shared insights into the extensive project, which has been in the works for five years. Collaborating closely with Airbus and Qantas, the team focused on maximising space. They also crafted a tailored lighting program designed to influence passengers’ moods and sleep patterns.

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While these upgrades promise opulence for those in Business and First Class, Qantas plans to reveal design enhancements for Premium Economy and Economy classes in the coming months. They will offer a superior flying experience for a broader range of travellers.

These remarkable changes are part of Qantas’ preparations for its new non-stop services between Australia and New York and Australia and London.

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