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I'd recommend seats 11A or 11K but not really any other seats in row 11 as when someone walks through the cabin when dark to or from the 'Qantas couch' the light shines through which is quite bright and annoying when sleeping.Row 13 had little noise as there is also a sizeable cupboard for jackets between it and the galley.As for the reduced toilet situation on the A380 (and now the 787) for 'Business Class' passengers don't get me started. Ditch QF for business on any Airline, usually SIA or Cathay, which ensure the 1-2-1 configuration.
Any E or F seat: A downside of the 2-2-2 layout is that most passengers need to hop over somebody to reach the aisle or must be hopped over themselves, but the seats in the centre E & F pair don't have this problem as there's an aisle on either side. A & K seats: Qantas' second-generation Skybeds don't offer much by way of in-seat storage, so if you're armed with a laptop bag and want easy access to it throughout the flight, pick a window seat as these boast space-saving side bins that are perfect for this – except in row 20.
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As much I would love to have continued to support our national carrier but sorry Qantas but your aged J class doesn't cut it for me anymore , as an example let's compare Qantas to their partner Emirates and Qatar whose A380's offer 1-2-1 layout, modern individual suites, inflight stand-up bar (not a red park bench), Qatar offer dine on request service, electronic window shades, larger sized TV screens (which I'll add allow you to watch the inflight safety demonstration), modern fleet, chauffeur service, modern airport lounges etc.
However, Qantas continue to be deluded to believe they still have an elite J product and services so they can charge the same premium amount as EK and QR...
So handy to be able to slip into the lounge (from either seat E or F. QF is by far the most profitable of the three so they do something right.
The A380 is such a quite ride that the bed is fine.
Between the forward and rear cabin I would recommend the forward cabin always.
I know its frustrating but there's no way QF won't update the A380's hard product eventually.
They'll probably do it after the Dreamliners arrive and free up 747s (to use as substitutes for the A380). I'll take any of the E or F seats when travelling alone - thank you..
The simple fact is that even with QF's galley configuration, the Business Suite gives 1" longer, 1.5" wider beds and direct aisle access to all customers AND will fit at least 4 extra passengers PLUS two additional lavatories within the same area. They aren't stupid enough to really believe that Skybed 2 isn't outdated. middle aisle, plenty of overhead stowage space - and noone crawling over you in the middle of the night. I avoid 11 F or J - being too close to the front seating area - as often been woken up by loudmouth folk having a few drinks together mid flight.