Qantas has revealed the complete cabins for its Project Sunrise A350s, which will be used for the airline’s planned non-stop flights between Sydney and New York, and London. 

In addition to the First and Business Class cabins revealed earlier in February, Qantas has unveiled the rest of the aircraft interior, including a dedicated Wellbeing Zone, Premium Economy, and Economy cabins.

The cabins were designed with ultra-long-haul travel in mind, and offer a range of features to help passengers stay comfortable and refreshed during long flights.

“We have spent just as much time on the second half of the aircraft as we did the front, in fact, we started studies on the Wellbeing Zone before any other area of the A350,” said Alan Joyce, Qantas Group Chief Executive Officer.

Source: Qantas

“Reducing the number of seats onboard our A350 to 238 compared to the 300-plus seat layout of other carriers means we not only maximize aircraft performance across long distances, but we also give our passengers more space and comfort.” 

Qantas Group CEO, Alan Joyce

Even though, Qantas had already given a general overview of what we can expect from the cabins on these brand-new jets, more details alongside realistic cabin renderings have been revealed now.

First Class Suite

The Airbus A350-1000 will feature six brand-new first-class suites in a 1-1-1 configuration. First Class suites will have an extra-wide fixed bed, separate recliner chair, personal wardrobe, dining table for two, and a 32” ultra-high definition TV.

Qantas A350 First Class Suite. Source: Qantas

Business Class Cabin

Qantas Airbus A350s will feature 52 business class seats, in a 1-2-1 configuration.

Every business class seat will have direct aisle access for ease of moving around the cabin, and the carrier is incorporating sliding doors into the suite for privacy if desired.

Qantas Unveils New Airbus A350 First and Business Class Cabins
Qantas A350 Business Class Cabin. Source: Qantas

Moreover, the business class seat will be convertible into a two-meter flatbed. It will offer storage (including a large mirror), cushioned leather ottoman, an 18” ultra-high definition touch screen TV, a large dining table, and feature lighting.

Premium Economy Cabin

Qantas A350-1000s will feature 40 Premium Economy seats, in a 2-4-2 configuration.

  • 40 inches of seat pitch
  • 8-inch headrests providing a sense of privacy
  • Two USB-C charging ports
  • A 13-inch in-flight entertainment screen with Bluetooth audio
Qantas A350 Premium Economy Cabin. Source: Qantas
Qantas A350 Premium Economy Cabin. Source: Qantas

According to the Australian flag carrier, the new headrest wings will provide passengers with both additional support and a sense of privacy without isolating them from travel companions. 

Moreover, the foot and leg rest system allows the body to be cradled in recline to help passengers sleep.

Economy Cabin

The A350-1000s will feature 140 seats with a 33-inch seat pitch.

  • 33 inches of seat pitch
  • A USB-C charging ports
  • A 13-inch in-flight entertainment screen with Bluetooth audio
Qantas A350 Economy Cabin. Source: Qantas
Qantas A350 Economy Cabin. Source: Qantas

“In both the Premium Economy cabin and Economy cabins, we have redesigned every element of the seats to provide better features as well as a fresh look across the entire aircraft to create a sense of light and calm,” said Australian designer David Caon.

Well-being Zone

Qantas will be the first airline to introduce a specially designed Wellbeing Zone, positioned between the Premium Economy and Economy cabins. It will be a dedicated area for passengers to stretch, move, and relax.

Qantas A350 Well-being Zone. Source: Qantas
Qantas A350 Well-being Zone. Source: Qantas

This well-being zone will feature intricately designed wall panels and integrated stretch handles, along with a guided on-screen exercise program, a hydration station, and a selection of refreshing beverages. 

Fast and Free WiFi

All cabins will feature fast and free WiFi with Bluetooth connectivity. Moreover, each seat will feature USB-C charging ports, lower cabin altitude, and noise-cancelling headphones, whereas every Premium seat will also have integrated wireless charging.

“The Qantas A350 fleet will connect customers more than any other with fast and free WiFi, and Bluetooth connectivity will feature across all cabins so customers can connect their personal headset to the individual inflight entertainment screen,” said a Qantas spokesperson.

Qantas plans to start flying the Project Sunrise A350s in late 2025.