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Qantas to Launch New Inflight Entertainment Program

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Qantas is to launch a new inflight entertainment program on all its domestic and international flights from August.

As part of the refresh of its inflight entertainment, Qantas has added two new hosts to its inflight program Welcome Aboard; well known Melbourne model and presenter Pia Miller and television travel presenter David Whitehill.

As part of the deal, Pia and David will present the latest lifestyle news, product innovations and special offers from Qantas each month.

From next month, Welcome Aboard, (the Qantas inflight program which offers passengers the latest travel and lifestyle news from across the Qantas network), will have a new look and graphics, a new contemporary style and will feature more destinations across Australia.

Qantas has also commissioned young emerging artist Vanessa Jade to produce a theme song titled My My for its domestic inflight entertainment. Recorded this month in Sydney, the song is an acoustic style track, contemporary and upbeat.

Also new to the Qantas inflight entertainment team is respected finance consultant Alan Kohler who will present Talking Business and one of Australiaís most versatile, well known composers and conductors, Guy Nobel, will now host the symphony channel.

This month Qantas will also provide customers with the ability to enjoy Qantasí inflight entertainment on its A380 fleet for longer, making the entertainment system available from the moment customers board the aircraft until the moment they disembark.

To accompany this offering, headsets will not be collected from passengers until after disembarkation.

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