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Qantas First And Buisness Class Question

Tue Oct 25, 2005 8:53 pm

According to seat guru, first class pitch is 79 inches, and the seat pitch for buisness is 78 inches. The only difference is the seat width, i was wondering if you can find NEARLY the exact same seat pitch on first and buisness, who would want to pay for first?

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RE: Qantas First And Buisness Class Question

Wed Oct 26, 2005 5:22 am

It's a very good question!

I think nowadays with flat beds in business class and almost identical pitch - the only real difference is a much smaller quieter cabin, and fewer people. And a higher staff:person ratio

The food is apparently better too - well maybe finer touches like caviar or top quality wines, but theyre very close!

I guess its also the small things like getting pyjamas, and propper pillows and duvets, .... hmm what else?

About 5-20 years ago I guess there was a much larger difference!
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RE: Qantas First And Buisness Class Question

Wed Oct 26, 2005 7:11 pm

Why not you just buy your own, and even in buisness class, as soon as I press my buzzer, it only takes like 1 second before the attendants are here. So you are paying 1000 dollars for a pyjama, proper pillows and duvets.

How much do they cost?


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