There’s first, business and economy, but now Qantas might have to consider adding an adults only section to its flights after announcing it’s added 120 hours of HBO to its in-flight entertainment system.
That means Game of Thrones, the hilarious Veep, True Detective, and old series’ such as The Sopranos and Sex and The City. You may want to check over your shoulder for anyone under 18 before Drogo the Dothraki goes all baby-maker on the Mother of Dragons or the Lannister twins break taboos, and Tony Soprano beats a rival to death.
HBO will be updated monthly with 20 hours of the US network’s latest shows. Qantas has also added three new Foxtel channels — Entertainment, National Geographic and Lifestyle — to its entertainment roster, with another 160 hours of fresh content monthly, including Australia’s Next Top Model, Real Housewives of Melbourne, Grand Designs Australia, and Selling Houses Australia.
The airline has spent millions in the last two years upgrading its in-flight entertainment software and hardware as personalised entertainment via iPads takes over from overhead, all-cabin TV screens.
Qantas head of digital and entertainment, Jo Boundy, said the investment is now paying off.
“Customer satisfaction with in-flight entertainment has hit record levels in recent months, and we plan to keep improving the options available,” she said.
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