Qantas has brought back its First Class experience on flights between Australia, Singapore, and London, thanks to the return of the A380 superjumbo aircraft and the reopening of the First Lounge at Changi Airport.
Starting today, Qantas will fly its recently spruced-up A380 aircraft, complete with 14 swanky First Suites, 70 Business Suites, 60 Premium Economy seats, and 341 Economy seats.
The on-board lounge has been given a makeover by David Caon, transforming it into a supper club-style space for 10 people with an exclusive snack menu.
Qantas has also reopened its First Lounge at Changi Airport. This gem first launched in December 2019 and quickly became one of the hottest lounges on the Qantas international network. Sadly, it closed just three months later due to the pandemic. But now, the First Lounge is back in action, right alongside the existing Qantas Business Lounge.
The Qantas First Lounge can host up to 240 guests and serves up a fine dining experience created by Neil Perry. The menu draws inspiration from Singapore’s vibrant food scene, showcasing dishes like signature Laksa with Crayfish and Rice Noodles, Barramundi with Sambal Browned Butter, and Shrimp-based Chicken Wings. Plus, there’s a gorgeous Carrara marble bar, where guests can sip on Champagne, bespoke cocktails like the Merlion Blush, and barista coffee.
Eligible visitors include first class passengers with Qantas and eligible partners, and those who hold Platinum or higher status with Qantas and eligible partners.
If you want to experience Qantas first class using points, a one-way ticket between Sydney and Singapore costs 102,600 Qantas Points plus taxes and fees.
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