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Win a trip for your office rock star on the Qantas Dreamliner

HomeOffersWin a trip for your office rock star on the Qantas Dreamliner

It's time to make someone's Dream(liner) come true

Book a Qantas flight between 12 and 29 March 2018 for travel by 30 June 2018, and you can nominate  your office rock star to go in the draw to win a trip for two on the new Qantas Dreamliner to Los Angeles.

Just tell us in 100 words or less who your office rock star is and why they deserve a trip on the new Qantas Dreamliner.  The lucky winner will receive two return Economy Class tickets from Melbourne to Los Angeles, plus return Economy Domestic flights if the winner resides interstate.  We'll also throw in 3 nights' accommodation at a fabulous hotel in Los Angeles and return airport transfers in Australia and Los Angeles.

Hurry, nominate your office rock star now and make their Dreams come true!


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Take a quantum leap through time and space with Qantas

While some airlines are cutting inflight services to the bone (one even considered charging passengers to use the toilet – true!), Qantas is bucking the trend to make the experience more luxe than ever.

Here we are now, entertain us

In the words of Nirvana, we all want to be entertained - especially when 35,000 feet in the air. So Qantas has cranked up the entertainment options with movies, TV programs, music, games and radio channels. WiFi has also gone sky high, with 80 aircraft in the Qantas domestic fleet allowing you to log on by the end of 2018.


Those heading overseas get an insta-worthy spread with a Rockpool designed menu in premium Qantas cabins, fine wines and larger portions in Economy. You can even lock in your meal order before you fly on some international runs. Domestic travellers are well fed and watered too, with fresh meals or refreshments on every flight.

Dream on

The Qantas fleet of new 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft is redefining long haul travel and helping to jettison the jetlag. By working with the people in white coats at Sydney University’s Charles Perkins Centre, Qantas has tweaked the Dreamliner’s cabin to reduce jetlag. Cabins are set at a lower altitude, tailored lighting helps body clocks adjust, the air is more filtered and meals are timed so passengers can catch more zzzz’s.


There’s also turbulence reducing technology, fewer emissions and longer non-stop flights, so the Dreamliner gets you on the ground sooner too. You can already fly Melbourne to Los Angeles non-stop and Perth direct to London starts this month.


With less bums on seats than the A380 – just 236 – the cabins are roomier and toilet queues shorter! There’s an extra inch of seat pitch in Economy, mood lighting, more storage, USB charge points and a 12-inch touch screen. The larger windows have gone hi-tech too, with five polarised settings to control the light and there’s self-service bars should you get the munchies.

A Business Class so good, we got rid of First Class

First Class envy is a thing of the past. The Dreamliner’s flat beds are seriously long and wide - plus you can recline from take-off to landing. Flick through the channels on your 16-inch touchscreen, charge your devices and enjoy the privacy of a spacious 1-2-1 Business Class seating layout.


With just 28 seats arranged in a 2-3-2 configuration, Premium Economy is more premium - than economy. The wider seats move in a way that ‘cradles’ your reclining body, screens are larger, there’s more storage and the lighting adjusts to your mood. Sweet dreams!


For more detailed information on all of these services talk to your Stage and Screen Account Manager or go to