New technologies have become a must in our lives, and airplane flights are missed. Qantas Airline has incorporated high-speed Wi-Fi in its planes, Netflix and Spotify for free to its passengers. The Australian airline is concerned that its customers are very entertained in their flights.
Qantas Airline has partnered with Netflix, Spotify, and the Foxtel Australian television application to provide entertainment aboard their travels. Thanks to the high-speed Wifi that has just been introduced, Qantas travelers will be able to enjoy all these services from a height of over 35,000 feet. All this entertainment will be available later this month.
High-speed Wi-Fi is possible thanks to the Sky Muster satellite service. This Wifi makes streaming possible. Thanks to this capability Netflix, Spotify and Foxtel can be seen correctly during the flight. Foxtel will offer three days of free access through its application. Netflix and Spotify will offer 30 free days of their services.
During the flight, customers will only have to access Qantas Wifi from their device. They will then receive a landing page with links to access Foxtel, Netflix, and Spotify. There will also be information on hotels, restaurants, transportation, flights, weather information and personalized information always connected to the destination and itinerary of the traveler.
But not only travelers will benefit, but pilots will also be able to use Wi-Fi, so they can avoid turbulence with real-time weather information and send information generated by aircraft engines to engineers on the ground. Qantas plans to extend the wi-fi to its international aircraft soon. Without a doubt, this would change the vision of many travelers when taking a slow and long flight. Hopefully, in Spain, we can enjoy these entertainment services soon.
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