Review: Qantas Business Class 747 Los Angeles To New York

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    We boarded through the forward left door, where I quickly took a glance into the business class section in the nose, before heading towards the stairs leading to the upper deck. Nowadays Qantas' 747s are three class, meaning they have just business class, premium economy, and economy. This plane has three business class cabins -- there are 14 business class seats in the nose, 26 business class seats in the cabin behind that, and then 18 business class seats on the upper deck. When I first booked this flight many recommend reserving a seat in the nose, though I'm partial to the upper deck. The nose sure did look nice, though. We walked through the main business class cabin, which in general is the cabin to avoid, since it's in a 2-3-2 configuration (eeek, international business class middle seats!). The post Review: Qantas Business Class 747 Los Angeles To New York appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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