Taiwan's EVA Air will upgrade its Brisbane-Taipei route to one of the airline's new Boeing 787 Dreamliners next year – and when we say upgrade, we mean upgrade.
Here is EVA's Royal Laurel business class on the Airbus A330 which currently flies five times a week between Brisbane and the Taiwanese capital.
It's a 2-2-2 layout with angled flatbeds, aka 'sloping sleepers'.
Now here is business class on the Star Alliance member's new Boeing 787.
We're talking a modern 1-2-1 layout with fully lie-flat beds which will be perfect for the overnight journey.
There's also ample personal space around the seat, which is based on the same Thompson Vantage XL design as the latest Qantas Business Suite.
EVA has confirmed Brisbane's Boeing 787 upgrade to Australian Business Traveller, but specifically when Brisbane will see this dreamy Dreamliner has yet to be revealed.
After this week's delivery of EVA's first Boeing 787, the airline says it has "two more Boeing 787-9s scheduled for delivery in 2019 and plans to deploy them on major regional routes within Asia and flights to Brisbane."
EVA will also begin flying the larger Boeing 787-10 from the second quarter of 2019.