Even the decor of the cabin got a once-over to keep up with the seats. A new pattern on the bulkhead and a contrasting curtain reminded us of Aboriginal arta modern take on the country's history. One thing that we particularly loved was the black and silver 'Qantas Kangaroo' placard on the front bulkhead wall. Very British-Airways-First-Class plush branding, if we can say so.
Naturally we snuck a quick peak behind the curtain into economy and there we noticed a color palette heavy on gray, but with the same design on the bulkhead and dividers.
Overall, the refreshed cabins were a nice touch. Even better, more and more of these planes are getting the overhaul, so if your down under itinerary has you on a Boeing 767, your chances are good that you will enjoy these new seats and the enhanced in-flight premium service.
Tomorrow, we dive into the most special detail of these new planes. Each of these fresh new birds offer the newest in in-flight technology, Q Streaming media.
[Photos: Rayme Gorniak for Jaunted]