Qantas has reinstated meals and drinks, including alcoholic beverages, on some domestic flights. The airline is also progressively rolling out in-flight wifi again, although in-flight entertainment remains switched off. For the past three months, catering on Qantas flights has been severely reduced due to cost cutting COVID-19 health measures designed to minimise contact … [Read more...]
In-Flight Entertainment is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. Your travel experience can be greatly enhanced by an enjoyable flight. Great inflight entertainment via technology such as the Qantas Entertainment App will ensure an enjoyable flight.
On long-haul flights, sometimes silence is bliss. That's why so many frequent flyers use noise-cancelling headphones to drown out the noise of aircraft engines and fellow passengers. Noise-cancelling headphones may seem like magic, but there's some very sophisticated science that goes into providing the perfect listening experience. Many years ago Hossein Seif Zadeh, who has … [Read more...]
Although Qantas is no longer filling its aircraft seat pockets with reading material, and many planes are temporarily grounded, Qantas has continued producing and printing its in-flight magazine. But this month's Qantas Magazine isn't written for passengers looking to pass the time during their flight. Instead, the magazine is being mailed out to selected Qantas Frequent … [Read more...]
While the COVID-19 lockdowns continue, most of us are staying home and are not travelling. But some people still need to travel for work or compassionate reasons, which is why the federal government is subsidising domestic flights for the next two months. Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar and some regional airlines, including Regional Express and Airnorth, continue to … [Read more...]
Qantas is no longer offering in-flight entertainment or wifi on board its domestic and international flights, from today. According to AFF member milehighclub, these measures have been implemented to cut costs at a time where airlines globally are fighting for survival. According to AFF member dylarr, it could cost Qantas more than $200,000 per month, per aircraft, to … [Read more...]