Qantas to Refresh Boeing 767 Interiors

Australian flag carrier Qantas will refresh 16 Boeing 767 aircraft with new interiors and individual in-flight entertainment (IFE) as part of a wider investment in the domestic customer experience.  The redesigned aircraft are due to enter service from October this year.
Domestic CEO Lyell Strambi commented:  “Following the successful trial of our QStreaming service this year, we will partner with Panasonic to provide over 200 hours of on-demand IFE content via [Apple] iPads to every passenger in Business and Economy travelling on our B767 fleet.
“Our customers were the first in the world to experience the ground-breaking WiFi entertainment technology and we received great feedback from our customers during the trial this year.”  Mr Strambi said that the carrier and Panasonic were now looking at additional ways to evolve this technology.
The cabins will be transformed with a contemporary design, including leather seat covers in business class.  Other enhancements include new carpet, lighting, curtains and dividers.  (Image:  Qantas)