Qantas Long Haul First Class Flight Reviews
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Luxury Travel Diary’s flown with Qantas Airlines and reviewed their long-haul First Class flights. Trip reports can be found below.

Qantas has a reputation for being the safest airline in the world. Qantas hasn’t had a fatal crash. This reputation was glorified in the 1988 blockbuster Rain Man, when Dustin Hoffman’s character refused to get on a flight unless it was Qantas because “Qantas Never Crash”.

Currently, Qantas has 12 A380s in its fleet and mainly deploys them on the London, Dubai, Hong Kong, and USA routes. My experience onboard the Qantas A380 was brilliant but the hard product is slightly inferior to the Middle East A380 First Class cabins.

If you travel in Business Class from London, you will get access to the Qantas lounge in Heathrow Terminal 3. If you fly from Dubai you get access to the excellent Emirates First Class lounges.

Below you will find our most recent flight review on Qantas in First Class:

Review: Qantas A380 First Class, Dubai to London
Review: Qantas A380 First Class, Dubai to London

Reviews

In this trip report, I review our flight on Qantas A380 Airbus in First Class from Dubai Airport (DXB) to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) in November 2016. This was the last leg of a Seychelles holiday (the previous flight was from Mahe to Dubai was on an Emirates B777). Qantas has a reputation for being the safest airline in the world. Qantas hasn't had a fatal crash. This reputation was glorified in the 1988 blockbuster Rain Man when Dustin Hoffman’s character refused to get on a flight unless it was Qantas because "Qantas Never Crash".

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