Qantas A330

Introducing our Business Suites

Business Suites

Enjoy a new standard of luxury in our new A330 Business Suites, being progressively introduced on international flights to Asia, Hawaii and key domestic routes.

Designed in collaboration with Marc Newson - with a focus on practicality, comfort, privacy and style - the new Business Suites are set to redefine the inflight experience for customers.

The Business Suite features innovative seats that allow you to recline your seat from take-off through to landing. The Suites also offer fully-flat beds and direct aisle access for every Business Class passenger in a 1-2-1 layout.

The Vantage XL seat, manufactured by Thompson Aero Seating, was developed and customised extensively by Qantas after ergonomic trials and inflight monitoring with a panel of experts and ongoing feedback from customers.

Your seat can be in recline and fitted with the mattress from take-off right through to landing - offering more time to rest and sleep before you arrive. The new space means that you'll be able to eat, work and store your luggage with unprecedented comfort.


If you're travelling in Economy on our international A330, you can experience our next-generation model of the award-winning Recaro seat - currently enjoyed by customers on the A380 and refurbished B747 aircraft. Economy seats on the A330-200s for Qantas Domestic will also be refreshed.

The international A330s also feature the latest Panasonic eX3 inflight entertainment system, with larger seatback touchscreens to keep you entertained on your journey.

Domestic Business Class customers on A330 aircraft can enjoy the same Panasonic eX3 system, while Economy customers have an individual inflight entertainment experience through either seatback touchscreens or devices provided by Qantas in every seat.

Domestic and International routes currently operated by the A330

Get the overview of where we fly our A330s or view more detailed flight information on our timetables. Note that all flights are subject to last minute change of aircraft, and not all flights outlined in the schedule operate the A330.