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Passengers flying Australian carrier Qantas will now be provided with individual iPads which can stream more than 200 hours of movies, TV shows and music, reports "Hindustan Times" (http://tinyurl.com/bwmhtbd).
The new service will supply an iPad for use during the flight and is being offered in all classes on flights between Sydney and Honolulu on the airline's Boeing 767 aircraft. Entertainment programs are streamed directly to the Apple tablets using the aircraft’s inflight entertainment technology, Q Streaming, which taps into the plane’s onboard WiFi. Over the next few months, new interactive games, travel and business-related apps, as well as digital newspapers and magazines will be added, according to Qantas.