Qantas Getting Fit for the Longest Flights

“Do we need four classes? Could unused cargo areas become exercise areas? Nothing is off the table.” Having just been present on the inaugural Perth, Australia to London, UK direct service, Alan Joyce mulled over potential passenger experience enhancements in his speech to The Aviation Club of the UK, as he confirmed that his airline has not finished its development of long-haul flights between the two countries.

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