Qantas offers iPad in every seat to Hawaii

Qantas offers iPad in every seat to Hawaii
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Qantas has introduced iPads on flights from Sydney to Hawaii as part of a refresh of its Boeing 767s.

Every seat will have an iPad with Q Steaming using onboard Wifi to stream entertainment direct to the tablets.

The introduction of Q Streaming on Honolulu flights follows the introduction of the technology on B767 services across Qantas's domestic network.

"Q Steaming has been extremely popular with Qantas customers on the domestic network and we are pleased to offer it to our customers travelling to Honolulu," said Alison Webster, executive manager of international customer experience.

More than 200 hours of movies, TV programs and music is streamed to the iPads with more a gteater choice to follow to match that of the full in-flight entertainment system.

Qantas said it is also looking to add games, travel and business related apps and digital newspapers and magazines.

Meanwhile, the carrier today unveiled the its new-look Qantas Club lounge at Perth Airport. It will add 30% more space to the previous lounge with capacity for an additional 140 passengers.

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