Qantas is extending its pre-flight service which lets international travellers choose their inflight meals online, before they even step on the plane.
Already available on flights from the USA to Australia, the 'Select on Q-Eat' service launches this week on flights between Australia, London and Dubai as well as flights from Singapore to Australia.
The online menu includes several Neil Perry Rockpool-designed dishes which are available only when you order in advance, so you can enjoy a little extra variety compared to choosing from the inflight menu, and is available up to 24 hours prior to departure.
Qantas is pitching the continued roll-out of the scheme as complementing its International Business Class sleep service to give travellers "more control over their journey and the ability to maximise their sleep on board."
"Customers can also advise via Select on Q–Eat if they would like to skip the meal service, so cabin crew know they want to go to sleep straightaway" the airline says.
"A range of refreshment options will continue to be available at any time throughout the flight."
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