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|Topic: Qantas B737 Cabin Upgrades|
Posted 2012-11-29 23:10:25 and read 2070 times.
With the remaining B747 and B767 fleets getting cabin upgrades with new wireless IFE, does the flying roo have any plans to upgrade the cabins on its B737 fleet as well?
|Topic: RE: Qantas B737 Cabin Upgrades|
Posted 2012-11-30 00:41:34 and read 1912 times.
A trial will begin soon for the overhead lockers will be extended and be brought in line with those being delivered on the latest ones with the new BSI interior. http://www.ausbt.com.au/qantas-trial...-to-fit-more-bags-in-overhead-bins
The A330s (international and domestic) are rumoured to be receiving new seats in business but as the other thread on the topic indicates it is a contentious issue with no concrete announcement from QF.
No rumours are currently circulating about the 737s. I would imagine in time we will see their IFE upgraded. I would hope for the same red leather seats as feature on the jet connect aircraft (don't know why the 767s weren't fitted in this leather colour it looks better then their black) with PTVs added for a uniform fleet. Still time will tell, perhaps we will see wifif and ipads.
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