This Airline Is Taking Netflix To A Whole New Level

Binge-watching your favourite series among the clouds…a dream come true?

Qantas with free access to Netflix (Image source: repeat traveller), crowdink.com, crowdink.com.au, crowd ink, crowdink
Qantas with free access to Netflix (Image source: repeattraveller)

If you’re planning a trip somewhere in Australia later this year, you might want to consider flying with Qantas. Why? I’ll tell you why. The Aussie airline has just announced that they will be offering their passengers the ability to stream movies and music throughout the duration of the flight for no extra charge. You will be able to use Netflix, Foxtel and Spotify on your personal device (even if you don’t have an account), and stream media for as long as you want. All you have to do is log into the plane’s inflight Wi-Fi. Yay, right?

Furthermore, you will be able to access real-time flight data, weather forecast and all the information related to your destination, such as hotel, transportation and restaurant guides. The service will soon start to be slowly introduced in of their main flight routes, until becoming entirely available on all their domestic flights.

Exciting, right? Having all your main commodities at your fingertips will feel like you never left your couch! Sounds like the perfect solution to flight anxiety, if you ask me…

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Carla is a twenty-something year-old photographer and writer that recently moved to Melbourne and has never felt more at home. She has lived in 7 countries, traveled to over 30 and has filled one entire passport with stamps. She has diagnosed herself with chronic travel addiction. Whenever her head isn’t busy thinking of the next escape, you will most likely find Carla either watching TV series or updating her Instagram feed. Her interests are ever growing and they include world news, science, fashion, donuts and sudoku puzzles. She also has a degree in Psychology and has been deemed to be a good listener. Whether she enjoys that or not is a different story.