Qantas First Class A380 MEL-LHR on QF9

| July 1, 2015

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So what is First Class really like? Is it worth the upgrade from Business Class? Let's find out! On this video I road test Qantas First Class on the Airbus A380 aircraft - travelling on QF9 from Melbourne to London via Dubai. Video features first class lounges at Melbourne Airport and Dubai International Airport. On board features include the first class seat, inflight meals and dining, seat conversion from seat to fully flat luxury bed, the Qantas inflight enterntainment system and onboard service.

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