Seat Map Qantas Airways Airbus A330 300

Seat map for Qantas Airways Airbus A330 300

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
Business Class 73" 23" 28
Economy Class 31" 17" 269

General presentation

There are currently 7 A330 300s in the Qantas fleet, which comprises of a total of 201 planes (figures for Sept 2005). The Airbus 330-300 aircraft offers a two-class, Business and Economy, service. It operates on domestic(c1) and international(c2) routes and has recently been introduced on Australia to Shanghai flights. Its range with a full payload is 7000km and it cruises at a speed of 880kph.
Business class passengers will enjoy the comfort of skybed seats. Economy class passengers also have lumbar support and manually adjustable wings in the headrests.
Audio and Video on Demand is now showing on all flights to Mumbai from Sydney, to Hong Kong from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, to Shanghai and Beijing from Sydney and Melbourne, and to Singapore from Adelaide, Darwin and Brisbane.

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Image gallery for Qantas Airways Airbus A330 300
Overall rating  
3.5 of 5 based on 21 user ratings

Reviews

2018-03-03
4.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 39G
From Sydney - Kingsford Smith (SYD)
To Bangkok - Suvarnabhumi International (BKK)
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I was transiting from a Qantas flight from Auckland, I only has a very short connection time, about 2hrs. As I was a Oneworld Emerald member of Finnair. I had priority boarding and only got to go to the Qantas First Auckland Lounge. The Qantas staff helped me through Sydney Airport because I have never been to Sydney before. I had got my baggage sent to my destination Helsinki. So after that I boarded the plane and I got surprise priority fast track for Bangkok. I sat in my seat and the blankets didn't smell good. So I asked to switch my blanket and when I got my new one. It was much better. Apparently our flight was delayed because they had not brought the checked luggage in yet. After taking off I had a good flight.
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2015-01-06
4 of 5
16 Helpful votes
Seat 46F
From Brisbane
To Hong Kong-Hong Kong International (HKG)
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I booked this row of seats because we are traveling with a ever active 8 month old baby and is where the bassinets are on the A330. We found the seating to be very good ample leg room and was great as we where lucky enough to have a 3rd seat next to us free so when our baby wasn't sleeping we where able to keep her entertained in the 3rd seat 46/e The crew where helpful through out the flight
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2017-05-28
4.5 of 5
2 Helpful votes
Seat 24K
From Melbourne - Melbourne International Airport (MLB)
To Tokyo - New Tokyo International Airport (NRT)
Excellent flight. No-one sitting front. More than enough leg room for me. I had pre-ordered my meal which was great and service was excellent and being front row of economy - you get served first. Also two windows to look out. The only negative would be that there is no footrest for this seat - the other economy seats have a netting pocket on the back of the seat in front - but during flight I rested my feet on my carry on bag.
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2013-11-02
4.5 of 5
21 Helpful votes
Seat 3E
From Melbourne-Melbourne International Airport (MLB)
To Singapore-Changi (SIN)
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Upgraded to business class using my Frequent Flyer points. Excellent service on this route: extremely helpful cabin staff. Travelled with my wife and 2 teenage daughters - all were attentively looked after.
Food excellent - had the set menu but could order a la carte if wanted. Lie-flat sky bed excellent.
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2014-04-08
3 of 5
19 Helpful votes
Seat 47G
From Sydney
To Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi International (BKK)
Although the seating wasn't to bad and the.
cabin crew excellent, the inflight entertainment was awful for such a long flight.
The screen was the smallest I have ever had in any flight and it was also very dirty and I had to clean it before I could watch it
In the end I listened to music most of the way as watching anything gave me a headache
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2017-10-06
3 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 46D
From Melbourne - Melbourne International Airport (MLB)
To Perth - Perth International (PER)
Amazing Economy Seat! One of the most comfortable I've tried. I couldn't figure it out but it seemed like the seat had more recline than any other economy seat I've tried...and I travel a lot. Food was very basic and so was entertainment, but the seat was so comfortable, I could easily fall asleep. Thoroughly impressed.
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2014-06-07
3 of 5
18 Helpful votes
Seat 23B
From Singapore
To Melbourne-Tullamarine (MEL)
Slightly smaller than normal seat as the tray table and IFE unit are both housed in the armrests. Leg room is minimal, due to the bulkhead wall. You can not extend your legs forward. Seat is opposite bassinet seats, and the galley. Overall its poor location to sit.
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2014-04-27
2.5 of 5
16 Helpful votes
Seat 47g
From sydney
To Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi International (BKK)
I was extremely dissapointed inthe very poor entertainment on the flight.Screens where the smallest I have seen foe a long time and choice was very poor for all entertainment. In the end I spent the majority of the 9 hour flight listening to music.
Very dissapointed
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2008-03-12
3.5 of 5

18 Helpful votes
1 Reviews
Seat 28K
From Perth
To Singapore
This window seat has no window.
18 found this review helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes
2014-03-04
3.5 of 5
18 Helpful votes
Seat 40J
From Sydney
To Singapore
Entertainment controls did not work well.
18 found this review helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes