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Q Streaming pilot continues its success


Qantas is set to continue its Q Streaming pilot for a further six months, offering Qantas customers world-first wireless in-flight entertainment (IFE) on board its domestic aircraft.
Q Streaming, which is based on the ground breaking BoardConnect technology from Lufthansa Systems, provides customers travelling domestically on a dedicated Boeing 767 (VH-OGH) over 200 hours of on-demand movies, television and audio programs streamed directly to iPads provided in each seat pocket. 
The initial trial of the IFE product began earlier this year and in March, a content refresh enhanced the offering with the inclusion of movies. Q Streaming has been well received by customers and based on the success of the pilot to-date, will continue for a further six months.  
Executive Manager Customer Experience Alison Webster said the pilot has been met with an extremely positive response from our customers. "Customers are telling us they really like the innovative Q Streaming product and enjoy the flexibility and ease of use, as well as the extensive content now available,” said Ms Webster. 
Olivier Krüger, Senior Vice President Regional Management Asia Pacific at Lufthansa Systems said “We are extremely pleased with the performance of the system, having seen how reliable it has been with a full cabin of passengers. We look forward supporting the remainder of the trial with Qantas.” 
Qantas will continue to assess opportunities for the application of Q Streaming across both the domestic and international fleet. Qantas was the first airline to trial the wireless IFE technology to connect to the Qantas on-demand IFE system via wi-fi devices.

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