Qantas is continuing the rollout of its sleep service on international business class flights over the coming six weeks.
The sleep service includes a mattress for the Skybed seat, for a more cushioned surface which also removes any noticeable bumps from the fold-down seat in sleeper mode, with the option of a cosy duvet instead of a blanket.
To help nudge you into the land of nod there's also a sleep-inducing herbal tea from T2.
After making its debut in early November on the Sydney-Los Angeles flight (QF107/108), the airline says this is "soon to be followed by more flights to LA from 17 December" – presumably on Melbourne and Brisbane services – with Dallas, Johannesburg and New York starting January 7th, 2013.
Up next are the long legs through Singapore to London and Frankfurt, which get the upgrade from January 14th.
From January 28th, Qantas flights to Hong Kong, Tokyo/Narita, Bangkok, Jakarta, Shanghai and Manila will round out the 'forty winks at 40,000 feet' programme.
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