With Qantas' revamped domestic and international Airbus A330 jets now taking wing, travellers on the made-over birds will find several inflight entertainment options scattered across the fleet.
First up: all of the A330s are having Qantas' Q Streaming system installed, so that video and music can be beamed via wireless throughout the plane.
However, the ability to stream content to your own tablet or smartphone is not yet in place.
"Later this year, customers in both cabins across all A330 aircraft will be able to access Q Streaming with their own device following final development" a Qantas spokeswoman confirmed to Australian Business Traveller.
Video & review: Q Streaming in action
The tip-to-tail refit of all international Airbus A330-300 jets includes 11.1 inch touchscreens for all economy class seats.
However, less than half of the domestic A330-200 jets – being those most recently purchased by Qantas – will have seatback screens in economy.
Older aircraft which joined the Flying Kangaroo's fleet without seatback screens, including those handed down from Jetstar as part of the low-cost airline's upgrade to the Boeing 787, will see economy passengers handed an iPad to use with Q Streaming.
"The differentiation of IFE system on each aircraft is dependent on the existing system already available" the spokeswoman said. "If the aircraft already had a seatback screen then we kept it in. If not, then Q Streaming is used as the solution."
"Based on the 18 A330-200 aircraft, 10 will have iPads and eight will have seatback screens."
Business Suites across the domestic and international fleets all come with a 16 inch HD touchscreen (as shown below).
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