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Qantas operates only one model of Airbus, the A380. As of 2022, the company has one A380 plane. It is the largest production airliner in the world. The aircraft was chosen because of its large capacity and size. In addition, A380 is based on the latest achievements of science and technology in the field of materials, airborne systems, and manufacturing processes. Because of this, it is more economical than its competitors.

Qantaslink includes a variety of airplanes with a clear Airbus A380 seatmap. One of the perfect airplanes in its property is Airbus which managed to build a name in the business. Airbus A380 has a good Airbus A380 chair map with all the needed fixtures and facilities ideal for hassle-free air travel. Airbus A380 belongs to Jet physical class. There is a shelf above each seat where the passengers can store their carry-on bags. Also, it is possible to have the personal stuff on the knees or on the pull-out shelves that are can be found on the back of the seats. The Airbus A380 plane seating will be suitable for all types of passengers, even the fussy ones. Those who want extra space for their legs or move the seatback can change the seat. Each seat contains multiple channels for entertainment. unfortunately, the Economy cabin is deficient in this advantage. Each passenger can watch the videos on the specifically made displays which are distributed throughout the cabin. If you want to take pleasure in the monitor view at the most convenient angle, it is necessary to check the QF1 Airbus A380 seat map ahead of time. Another bragging point of Airbus A380 is the accessibility of DC power outlets in the cabins. It provides 15 volts of current which is enough to charge a mobile or an MP3 player. You can ask for a power code and add it to an power supply if needed. It is also possible to ask for an adapter. Just inform the personnel if you need the one. However, only the passengers of First and Business classes can enjoy this extra fixture. Due to a specifically designed QF, you can browse the site of a company to find out more about Airbus A380 seating. Check out which row you are going to sit in and whether your seat has near the bull's-eye window or a monitor. The Qantaslink Airbus A380 seating chart may impact your convenience during the flight, but you can still enjoy first-class conditions no matter what of the seat you have. If you have stress during the flight, avoid buying a seat near the viewport. Anyway, the crew will always help you with any issues and answer all the questions.
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  • A380-800 V.1

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    A380-800 V.2

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  • Galley
  • Lavatory
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A380-800 V.1

AIRCRAFT OVERVIEW
The Airbus A380-800 V.1 is an aircraft produced by Airbus for Qantas and has the following seat configuration: 14-70-60-341.

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  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

First class

Seats14
Pitch79"
Width22"
Recline180°

The price of a first class tickets on A380-800 V.2 ticket varies depending on the airline, flight destination and the time/date of ticket purchase. On average, first class tickets for domestic flights in the United States cost at least $1,300 – but travelers looking to fly first class internationally, will pay significantly higher prices.

Business

Seats70
Pitch78"
Width20"
Recline180°

Business class is an airline class above economy and premium economy classes with upgraded amenities, service, and seating. While business class is a significant upgrade over said economy, or the slightly cushier premium economy, it is still a step below the top-of-the-line first class on A380-800 V.2 when available.

Premium economy

Seats60
Pitch39-42"
Width19"
Recline9"

Depending on the airline, premium economy passengers get extra legroom, extra recline, extra seat width, priority boarding, priority luggage allowances, extra earned miles, amenity kits, larger in-flight entertainment screens, upgraded headphones, and premium meals.

Economy

Seats341
Pitch31"
Width18"
Recline5"

In economy class: Exit rows, aisle or window seats, and anywhere close to the front are typically considered the best seats on board. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can disembark as quickly as possible upon arrival.

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  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

A380-800 V.2

AIRCRAFT OVERVIEW
The Airbus A380-800 V.2 is an aircraft produced by Airbus for Qantas and has the following seat configuration: 14-64-35-371.

Seat map

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Seat map key

  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

First class

Seats14
Pitch79"
Width22"
Recline180°

First class seats are at the very front of the A380-800 V.1, and they are typically several inches wider than the seats in business class and have 10 to 30 inches more legroom. One of the many advantages of choosing first class seating on an airplane is that there is a much smaller passenger-to-attendant ratio, with other little perks.

Business

Seats64
Pitch78"
Width20"
Recline180°

Passengers seated in business class on A380-800 V.1 can expect to enjoy a selection of premium meals and beverages. These are usually vastly superior to those offered in economy class which may not include free meals at all on some flights. You can expect a comfortable seat with more legroom but it may not fully recline on domestic flights.

Premium economy

Seats35
Pitch39-42"
Width19"
Recline9"

Depending on the airline, premium economy passengers get extra legroom, extra recline, extra seat width, priority boarding, priority luggage allowances, extra earned miles, amenity kits, larger in-flight entertainment screens, upgraded headphones, and premium meals.

Economy

Seats371
Pitch31"
Width18"
Recline5"

When you purchase an economy class ticket on A380-800 V.1, it means you are sitting in the main cabin, and not located in first or business class. Seats are smaller and packed more closely together, and in-flight services are limited. Economy class seats on domestic routes usually have a seat pitch ranging from a very tight 27 to a generous 32 inches (68.5 - 81 cm).