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Qantas shows how most passengers travel on 22-hour flights

Cabin designs unveiled for A350 aircraft arriving in late 2025.

Qantas will use A350-1000s on its Project Sunrise routes.

Nevil Gibson Fri, 16 Jun 2023

Qantas hogged plenty of media space this week with its inaugural Sydney-New York service via Auckland. Further announcements coinciding with that launch highlighted research on reducing jetlag on future ultra-long-haul flights and the cabin designs for the Airbus A350 aircraft that will fly

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