Review: Qantas Business Class, SIN – BNE

Bloomberg has just published an article about the diminishing Asian airlines empires and the birth of the a new empire which Qantas is lucky to be a part of. Qantas has come a long, long way. Whilst in the past, many would have dreaded a long haul flight due to their abysmal service, not so the case today. Qantas is now at the forefront of service delivery and hard product, no to mention, their unblemished safety record making – still the safest airline in the world today!

I have always wanted to try out their new “Business Suite” seat which was released about a year ago but did not have the opportunity until recently. Flying from Singapore to Brisbane, I was very impressed with both the new hard and soft product.

My “bed” for the night was promptly prepared by a cabin crew before take off. I was greeted by the in-flight manager (as I always do on an Emirates or Qantas flight) who welcomed me back. I could have been the only elite in the front cabin because she didn’t speak to anyone else! Yes, that made me feel special! LOL.


Very swanky…..

Choices for supper and breakfast on the 8-hour long flight back to Australia

I chose the Vegetarian Laksa – it wasn’t the best, but it was good!

About 90-minutes before landing, I was gently awakened by a crew member and I could immediately smell the aroma of freshly brewed coffee coming from the galley. Before long, I was served my breakfast choice of Shakshuka! You wouldn’t  believe how good the eggs were! FYI – the eggs were prepared onboard! In case you are curious about how they managed to get it done inflight, check this link out.

I didn’t open the amenity kit until I got home. Here it is!

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