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JETSTAR AIRWAYS "Star Class" Business Class Seat reviews




 

 

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JETSTAR AIRWAYS BUSINESS CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   AIRBUS A330-200

Date

10 February 2013

Cabin

Business Class

Review by

T Wong

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Recommended

MEL-SIN on one of their newer A330 with Recaro business class seat.d I believe it is the same seat as used in Qantas premium economy, upholstered in grey leather. It is a very comfortable with AVOD. I think the business service has improved from the last experience we had about three years ago from Osaka to Gold Coast. All 3 main meal options were tasty, and portions were large. Given the price paid, it is a really good product. Don't expect things like flat beds and gourmet cuisine, but cost is a fraction of a normal business class fare. I wouldn't bother paying for things like status credits and frequent flyer points. Unless you are on the cusp of Qantas gold or platinum, it isn't really worth it because it almost doubles the fare.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS BUSINESS CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   AIRBUS A330

Date

21 June 2012

Cabin

Business Class

Review by

S Taylor

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Booked return SYD-BKK in Jetstar Business Class, was pleasantly surprised. Dinner service and meal were 8/10, wine selection limited but of good quality, desert trolley impressive, although they ran out of cheese, the selection on the return was not as good. IFE was limited. The recline of the seat was not as good as I expected, but did manage to sleep. For the price its good value, you cannot compare with proper Business Class but the price would tell you that.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS BUSINESS CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   AIRBUS A330

Date

27 October 2011

Cabin

Business Class

Review by

D Marriner

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Recommended

Seats are wide enough but not very comfortable. Use of leather means the seat does not breath and this can make you feel sticky. Impossible to access or leave seat if one in front is reclined. Entertainment limited and provided on portable device. Excellent value for money, It's an honest deal - may be worth paying extra for a true business/first class experience or if sleep is important.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS BUSINESS CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   AIRBUS A330

Date

26 October 2011

Cabin

Business Class

Review by

E Dale

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I advise if you are tall to select Row A or seat D2 as you have extra leg room. If you are looking for a good night sleep you will be disappointed unless you are small in stature.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS BUSINESS CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   AIRBUS A330

Date

29 July 2011

Cabin

Business Class

Review by

T Gotje

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Recommended

Jetstar's Business Class is more like the Premium Economy seat offered by other airlines. Limited seat recline and nowhere near the service levels supplied by other carriers. The big difference is the price which is considerably less than other carriers Business Class product. Remember, you get what you pay for and it certainly shows in all aspects of service on-board and also the quality of food, refreshments and services supplied. If you expect to recline your seat back into a position where you can't touch the seat in front of you, Jetstar is not for you. Pay the extra and travel with a true Business Class airline.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS A330 BUSINESS CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   26 April 2011 by D Jones

Aircraft

A330

Cabin

Business Class

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It's Starclass, which is more Premium Economy really, seats are wider than economy and do have a little more recline, but not enough to sleep comfortably on the short but overnight flight between Bali and Sydney.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS AIRBUS A330 STAR CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   28 July 2010 by S Conroy

Aircraft

A330

Cabin

Business Class

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The seats used in Star Class are Qantas domestic business class seats - do not expect a full lie-flat seat! They are comfortable enough for 10 hour flight to HNL. Sleeping ability is average, and access is somewhat limited. Excellent value for money alternative to full business class seating.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS AIRBUS A330 STAR CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   4 February 2010 by Graham Lockwood

Aircraft

A330

Cabin

Business Class

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BKK/MEL/BKK Star Class. Overnight 9 hour flight from BKK and although the seat was comfortable impossible to sleep with the available seat pitch. Great difficulty getting out of the window seat when the seat in front was reclined. Food offered on both legs very poor quality declined both meals. I know its an Australian airline but have never been offered a pie and sauce for supper in so called business class. Check in for both sectors was easy and flights on time. Access to QF lounge in BKK and MEL was a bonus.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS AIRBUS A330 STAR CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   3 February 2010 by Colin Elliott

Aircraft

A330-200

Cabin

Business Class

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As JQ is a discount carrier, one cannot expect more than domestic business class-type service, and JQ delivers. Wide, comfortable leather seat. Seat reclines well, but not a lot of pitch.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS AIRBUS A330 STAR CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   29 April 2009 by Josh Teoh

Aircraft

A330

Cabin

Business Class

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Star Class is more like Premium Economy. Seats are pretty comfortable with seat pitch at 38 inches. There is enough recline and leg rest to be able to sleep but getting in and out of the seat is a little troublesome, especially when the seat in front is in the recline position. Row 1 is probably the best, as there is no seat in front of you and it feels like you have more legroom. There is no in-seat entertainment so a portable video player is provided. This is fine except it's bulky and there is no place to put it when you're having a meal.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS AIRBUS A330 STAR CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   28 April 2009 by D Voss

Aircraft

A330

Cabin

Business Class

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Star Class (OOL to KIX return) seats are comfortable for a 9hr day flight, Recline is adequate, some problems getting in and out if forward seat is reclined as well. Main issue is on a night flight the seat does not really make the flight anything more than adequate comfort and sleeping is not really possible unless you're someone who can sleep anywhere due to it being a narrow seat with limited recline/leg rest movement. Some cut price airlines give better seats with low service, but Jetstar's Star Class seems to offer a better service experience and not an overly special seat.



JETSTAR AIRWAYS AIRBUS A330 STAR CLASS SEAT REVIEW   :   24 April 2009 by Mark Swayn

Aircraft

A330

Cabin

Business Class

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SYD to HNL return using Jetstar Starclass. The outbound trip was overnight. The seats are really the equivalent of premium economy in other airlines rather than being a full business class product. Accordingly, whilst they have greater pitch and recline than economy class, they do not have the space or features of other airlines business classes. The use of freestanding AVOD units rather than having them built into the seat backs further restricts useful space, particularly during mealtimes. The relatively small seat pitch makes access difficult, particularly when the occupant in front has their seat reclined. However, for a discount airline of moderate sector lengths the seats are adequate for the price.





 

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