Qantas has announce orders for new plane capable of flying passengers non-stop to anywhere in the world.
According to a press release issued this week, flights are scheduled for take-off in late 2025 starting with Sydney to London and New York.
“We’re extremely excited to announce an order of 12 A350-1000s, an aircraft designed to redefine the way we travel with the ability to fly non-stop from Australia to almost anywhere in the world,” says the press release.
“Partnering with Airbus and Australian industrial designer, David Caon, our A350 promises a five-star flying experience with premium designer details and all new levels of luxurious comfort. Over forty percent of the aircraft will be dedicated to our premium cabins.”
With London-bound travellers still spending 20 hours in transit, comfort and personal health with be at a premium.
For the privileged few there will be six roomy First Class suites complete with a privacy doors, separate beds and lounge chairs, an individual wardrobes and a 32” inflight entertainment screen. (See the Youtube video for more details.)
The planes’ Wellbeing Zones will features a self-serve snack station and digital displays providing movement and stretching exercises to keep the blood flowing during what will be the longest flights you can take in one hop.