Trip Report: Australia (part 20) Qantas Domestic Business Class SYD-BNE


British Airways First Class Lounge O’Hare
Cathay Pacific First Class ORD-HKG
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui
Cathay Pacific’s The Wing First Class Lounge HKG
Cathay Pacific Regional Business Class HKG-KUL
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
Around Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia Airlines Golden Lounge KUL
Malaysia Airlines Business Class KUL-MEL
Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens Melbourne
Australia Open Day One (2nd round of tourney)
Around Melbourne
Great Ocean Road Excursion
Australian Open Day Two (4th round of tourney)
Park Hyatt Sydney
Sydney Opera House Tour
Bondi Beach
Qantas International Business Lounge Sydney
Qantas Domestic Business Class SYD-BNE
Qantas Business Class BNE-LAX

Qantas Domestic Business Class SYD-BNE (Brisbane)

Sad to leave Australia behind we began our trip home on Qantas domestic business class.     This was the first leg of our trip home. We had about a two hour connection in Brisbane before flying into LAX.  This flight was a straight forward flight.  Seats were wide, recline was good, legroom was ok for business class but could’ve been better.

Our Qantas domestic business class seats

Qantas domestic business class seats

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Our boarding pass to Brisbane

We were offered welcome beverages of lemon juice or water.  I had the lemon juice which was good enough to ask for a refill.  Our glasses were collected shortly before departure and before to long we were racing down the run way for our 1hr 20min flight.

Welcome beverages: lemon juice and water

For breakfast we both had the breakfast sandwich with a side of yogurt with fruit and bread.  We both enjoyed the sandwich and breakfast service.

Qantas domestic business class breakfast sandwich

antas domestic business class breakfast sandwich

Qantas domestic business class legroom

For entertainment there were drop down IFE screens which displayed the news.

View of Qantas domestic business class from row three

This was a non eventful flight with generally good service. We would have no problem flying Qantas domestically either in economy or business class.

(Please note my PointsPinnacle Breakdown will featured in the next post for our flight home)



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