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With the links in post 1 (from 2008) now being redundant due to aircraft changes and QF software changes the wiki has been established. Please add relevant information.

Qantas web site --->Seat maps
Click the aircraft type and download the seat map pdf
And Aerolopa QF 3rd party site a by FTer

A380
14 First, 64 Business, 35 Premium Economy and 371 Economy seats. View the Airbus A380 seat map (PDF)
14 First, 70 Business, 60 Premium Economy and 341 Economy seats. View the Airbus A380 seat map (PDF)

B787
42 Business, 28 Premium Economy and 166 Economy seats. View the Boeing 787-9 seat map (PDF)

A330
28 Business and 269 Economy seats. View the Airbus A330-300 seat map (PDF)
28 Business and 243 Economy seats. View the Airbus A330-200 seat map (PDF)
27 Business and 224 Economy seats. View the Airbus A330-200 seat map (PDF)

B737
12 Business and 162 Economy seats View the Boeing 737-800 seat map (PDF).

B717
12 Business and 98 Economy seats. View the Boeing 717-200 seat map, layout 1 (PDF)
125 Economy seats. View the Boeing 717-200 seat map, layout 2 (PDF)

A320
Two types of A320-200 aircraft configuration in operation. Both configurations have 180 Economy seats.
View the Airbus A320-200 seat map configuration 1 (PDF)
View the Airbus A320-200 seat map configuration 2 (PDF)

A220
10 Business and 127 Economy seats. View the QantasLink Airbus A220-300 seat map (PDF).

E190
10 Business and 84 Economy seats. View the Alliance Embraer E190-100 seat map (PDF).

F100
Operated by Network Aviation - a Qantas group airline. 100 Economy seats
View the Fokker 100 (A series) seat map (PDF)
View the Fokker 100 (G series) seat map (PDF)
View the Fokker 100 (T series) seat map (PDF)

Dash 8
36 Economy seats. View the Dash 8 (200 Series) seat map (PDF)
50 Economy seats. View the Dash 8 (300 Series) seat map (PDF)
74 Economy seats. View the Dash 8 (Q400 Series) seat map (PDF)

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Aerlopa https://www.aerolopa.com
Written by a BA forum FTer. How accurate is the diagram/drawing of windows to seats is unknown.
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The Ultimate Qantas Seat Guide

Old May 8, 2024, 4:42 pm
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Originally Posted by pythonisman
I would take 21F out of those two options.
I've not flown W on the 789 but did last week on the 380. I would suggest avoiding the window seat especially if you're travelling alone.

- The deep recline on the seats means you absolutely would not be able to step over your (potential) neighbour to get to the aisle, without asking them to move.
- The crew lock the windows to full darkness after takeoff from PER (at least last time I flew PER-LHR they did) meaning the only benefit you get is a wall to lean against. IMO the shell of the seat is enough to stop you from slipping into the neighbouring seat space.
- If you're able to, get any seat in the bulkhead row (row 20) to benefit from no-one reclining into your space. I think row 20 is usually blocked for bassinets in A/B/J/K and WP1/CL D/E/F, so there's a good chance they'll be able to be allocated at the last minute if they're not assigned earlier, with some luck. There is sometimes a lot of movement in the last 24-48hrs before flight as people change plans, miss connections or get upgraded etc.
thank you so much for the great first-hand advice! This is why I love FT

I have changed my seat to the middle aisle and will keep an eye on bulkhead closer to date of flight.
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