Monday, September 19, 2011

Qantas testing iPad in-flight entertainment, still won't compare to flying Soul Plane

Qantas testing iPad in-flight entertainment, still won't compare to flying Soul Plane

It's official: we're naming 2011 the "Year of In-Flight Entertainment." Starting next month, Qantas will join the throngs of airlines giving passengers more to chew on than honey-roasted nuts, with its Q Streaming experience. The system, which will supply one iPad per passenger, is set to run from the end of October through December and will eventually grow to include other WiFi-enabled devices. While Qantas is claiming "me first" bragging rights, saying it's the "first airline in the world to trial this wireless streaming product," we've definitely heard of similar in-flight entertainment systems stateside -- hello American Airlines. An unsurprisingly boastful press release awaits you after the break.

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