Qantas has announced passengers taking flights to Perth and other domestic Australian destinations can benefit from new technology.
Qantas has announced passengers taking flights to Perthand other domestic Australian destinations can benefit from new technology.All of the airline’s lounges will be upgraded to include the latest Macs and other Apple products. It is expected the new devices will be fully installed by the end of 2010.
Qantas chief executive officer Alan Joyce explained this is the first step of a new partnership between Apple and Qantas.
“This is only the start of our Apple offering as Qantas continues to develop further innovative
initiatives utilising Apple technologies for Qantas club members and Qantas frequent flyers,” he added.
The airline has also released a new iPhone app that allows Qantas frequent flyersto access information about how to earn and use points. iPhone users can download the free app from the iTunes store.
Qantas recently announced plans to introduce high-tech baggage tagging at its Sydney Airport operations in order to improve check-in times for passengers.
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