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Qantas Now Offering Free iPads To Fliers On Select Flights

The next time you fly Australian carrier Qantas, a friendly attendant will present you with an iPad. The new service is being offered in all classes on flights between Sydney and Honolulu with more routes expected to be added soon. Along with the iPad, fliers are able to stream more than 200 hours of movies, TV shows, and music. These items come directly from the aircraft’s inflight entertainment technology, Q Streaming. Additional content will gradually be added including up to 50 movies, 500 TV programs, and 1,000 CDs.

This service is exclusively available on Qantas’ refreshed B767 aircraft. By the end of March, 15 such aircraft will be fitted with the technology. Qantas did not announce whether this free service also works on a passenger's own iPad. See also: Qantas Confirms: Passbook Support Incoming For Airline Boarding Passes, and Gogo, Apple: iOS Devices Dominate In-Flight Internet Use.  
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