Australia’s home-based airline Qantas has upgraded its services by offering passengers an in-flight entertainment system which will enable travellers to stream movies, internet, information, etc., straight to iPads. This service is being offered up on all B767’s, through its Economy and Business class seating divisions.
Qantas says it’s committed to improving a traveller’s overall experience on its airline carriers in the way of improvements to its domestic in-flight services and ground functions.
Lyell Strambi, Qantas’ Domestic Chief Executive, said the new wireless in-flight entertainment system has been tried and tested.
“Following the successful trial of our QStreaming service this year, we will partner with Panasonic and use their eXW solution to provide over 200 hours of on-demand in-flight entertainment content via iPads to every passenger in Business and Economy travelling on our B767 fleet.”
Strambi says customers are enthusiastic about the new and innovative features.
“Our customers were the first in the world to experience the ground-breaking Wi-Fi entertainment technology and we received great feedback from our customers during the trial this year… QStreaming will be available free of charge to all our passengers across the B767 fleet.”
Qantas’ new QStreaming wireless in-flight entertainment system will be offered to passengers sometime between now and the end of year.