Qantas 787 Dreamliner Business Class Review – Sydney to Hong Kong (QF127)



4K Join me onboard a Qantas Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner in Business Class as I travel from Sydney (SYD) to Hong Kong (HKG). Qantas Business Class trip report flight report review QF128 Qantas Airways Qantas review

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Airline: Qantas Airlines / Qantas Airlines (QF)
Flight: QF127
Aircraft: Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, VH-ZNF
Seat: 6K
Camera: fujifilm xt3
Engines: x2 General Electric GEnx-1B74/75/P2

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26 Replies to “Qantas 787 Dreamliner Business Class Review – Sydney to Hong Kong (QF127)”

  1. Another great video, Paul. Thanks for the upload. It's the closest I get to flying QF these days. You're a brave man flying to Honkers with all the civil unrest going on! It's sad to see streets recently walked on being turned into some sort of battlefield.
    As you'd be well aware, that central disengaging of the window tinting seems common. Thai, JAL and Etihad do it too making my dawn shots hard to get! Take care out and up there.

  2. The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that they chopped off the kangaroo paws 😡 for no good reason too! Grr. Also, amenity kit entry please 🙏🏻 (giveaway) thank you!

  3. Great video 😊 disappointed that qantas is getting rid of their pyjamas for day time business flights though. It’s part of the experience imo! Would love to own a pair (giveaway)

  4. Excellent Video, Paul. During my days living in Australia, I used to sell to BHP in the Kingdom of Wollongong. "Still call Australia Home" !

  5. What an awesome video, showing every little detail and not hiding the disadvantages of things , well done mate .
    A set of Qantas Pjs with the new livery would be amazing
    (Giveaway)

  6. Hi Paul, looks like the menu is exactly the same as my flight on QF43 to Denpasar a few Fridays ago. It was JUST the right amount given it was an 6 hour afternoon/evening flight and I had a late lunch. I definitely would have come out with the same opinion as you had I received the same catering on a mid-morning to evening flight. I also agree with you regarding the grey they used on the plates, I did a double take the first few times. It probably looked like a subtle design detail in Mr. Caon's office, but in a dimmed cabin or under variable lounge lighting it gives a very different impression. My 2-cents is that a darker grey would have been a bit better. As an aside I do fear that Qantas is taking a similar approach as BA was a few years ago in terms of onboard soft product on medium and long haul flights. However given the general improvement and direction BA is going with its medium and long-haul catering and overall product, maybe this is cyclical and I hope we'll see a change from Qantas at some point in the future. Ps slightly off topic but I'm looking forward to an eventual review from you of the newer BA products (which I am guessing will be forthcoming at some point) to see your opinion on how that part of their operation stack up (we won't mention their intra-europe short haul product though)

  7. The volcano i'd say is Karangetang, Indonesia. I'm like you in that i enjoy looking out the windows at the world go by, it irritates me when they tell me to close the windows on day flights. I love hours just chilling back watching the changing landscapes.

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