Seat Map Qantas Airways Airbus A380 800

Seat map for Qantas Airways Airbus A380 800

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
First Class 79" 22" 14
Business Class 78" 21.5" 64
Premium Economy 38-42" 19.5" 35
Economy Class 31" 17.5" 371

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Overall rating  
4.5 of 5 based on 19 user ratings

Reviews

2015-01-03
4.5 of 5
33 Helpful votes
Seat 80A
From London-London Heathrow (LHR)
To Melbourne-Melbourne International Airport (MLB)
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Really comfortable journey in this seat. Fantastic quite aircraft this A380 800 is. Only drawback is closeness to the galley area with the obvious noise problem from crew going about there business, serving up food etc, (slamming of storage cabinets and conversations) not to intrusive but it can wake you if your a light sleeper. And be aware you are very close to where the little ones are seated, so a baby crying for a bit is common but not a problem for the whole journey. Our flight Q10 LHR MEL stop off DXB for some reason was quite cold, to cold really but a blanket is provided. (conversely our return flight was the exact opposite , alas not quick enough to snap up this seat) Leg room is the whole point of this seat and boy that is what you get, snap this seat up quick, same for the seat 80K.
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2014-07-15
4 of 5
23 Helpful votes
Seat 15B
From Sydney-Kingsford Smith (SYD)
To London-London Heathrow(LHR)
We had seats 15A&15B in business class.Not a good position as you are in full view of the galley and the noise and commotion coming from there is a lot more than bothersome. almost constant and seat 15B gets knocked frequently by crew when you are trying to sleep. We had 12A&B on the return journey and there is no comparison particularly with noise level and legroom is longer than row 15 - it was similar to being upstairs in the 747 more like a separate cabin as the first three rows are divided by the galley and toilets. Having said that the seats are excellent and the standard of service is very professional and friendly as you would expect from Qantas.
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2018-12-04
4.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 22A
From Singapore - Changi (SIN)
To Heathrow
The staff and meals were perfect. I had a very restful journey in my business seat, it reclined to flat quite easily.
However, I did find access to control handset and headphone point quite difficult to access. This was partly because the seat was more narrow than those in the 330 which I had travelled in earlier, meaning I had to lie on my back all the time. The other difficulty was getting from my seat to the aisle when the person in 22B was asleep. There was no space and I had to step over their bed which was quite a stretch.
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2018-09-29
5 of 5
1 Helpful votes
Seat 28A
From Sydney - Kingsford Smith (SYD)
To Dallas, TX - Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW)
Although a comfortable roomy seat in Premium Economy however any seat that has a seat in front of it poses difficulty in getting out when the seat in front is fully reclined. Therefore it would not be my
preferred position on any future trips where I would attempt to gain the front row seats in premium economy. Obviously everyone is on to this now and you need to get in early. Otherwise I would just go for leg room seats in economy thereby getting the same at a huge reduced cost
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2018-06-14
1.5 of 5
5 Helpful votes
Seat 63C
From Los Angeles - Los Angeles International (LAX)
To Sydney, NS - Sydney (YQY)
We paid extra to choose seats. What a waste of money. We should have taken pot luck like everyone else. We were crammed in like sardines. Don’t waste your money choosing your seat as there’s no point. I don’t know why they make you pay for seat choice in economy.
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2014-02-14
4 of 5
30 Helpful votes
Seat 75F
From Singapore-Changi (SIN)
To London-London Heathrow (LHR)
Great flight. But the legroom was sort of tight. Viewing takeoff and landing from tailcam is quite a lot better than from the window. Great movies and shows, the food was great. The Self Serve snack bar was a perfect pit stop for a little snack. Very nice crew.
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2017-10-28
4.5 of 5
3 Helpful votes
Seat 56c
From SYD
To DFW
Got lucky. with and empty 56B. and w wife in 56A... I'm 5-9. 210, seats were comfortable, width adequate. Only complaint was that the reclined seat in front would interfere with meal tray...
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2012-04-30
5 of 5
29 Helpful votes
Seat 5K
From London
To Sydney
An excellent plane for an extra long flight (22 hrs.). A quiet and a rock solid flight. I have made this flight a couple of time and allways there has been an excellent crew.
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2011-01-11
4 of 5
24 Helpful votes
Seat 51K
From Sydney
To Los Angeles
Extra leg room due to bulkhead.
No seats in front reclining.
A bit of light coming from the galley, but not too distracting.
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2014-04-15
4 of 5
32 Helpful votes
Seat 52F
From Sydney-Kingsford Smith (SYD)
To Los Angeles-Los Angeles International (LAX)
Excellent plane with great cabin crew, seats and entertainment. Windows were huge and the plane itself was very quiet. Would fly the A380 again.
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