Australian flag carrier Qantas added its 68th Next generation Boeing 737-800 to its fleet in mid-October. The airline has taken delivery of 123 aircraft in the last four years resulting in an average aircraft age of just 7.9 years.
Qantas’ Boeing 737-800s offer 12 seats in business class and 156 seat in economy class.
Business class features include a 37 inch seat pitch and 22 inch seat-width and 10.6-inch in-flight entertainment display. Economy class features include seats with 17 inch seat-width and 30 inch seat pitch as well as 9-inch seat-back in-flight entertainment displays, ergonomic cushions and adjustable headrests.
The aircraft also offers on-demand Panasonic in-flight entertainment in both cabins with over 300 entertainment content options – and USB ports to charge electronic devices.
Qantas is expected to take delivery of seven additional Boeing 737-800 aircraft between now and the end of 2014.