More airlines provide Business Class passengers with pads

In an effort to enhance their offering and keep up to date with on the road technology needs of discerning travellers, more airlines are adding pads with dedicated Apps to wi-fi internet and interconnectivity to their devices. Last year PC World magazine named Delta Airlines the most technology-friendly airline in  the US for offering charging stations and iPad installations, onboard WiFi, and  its Fly Delta app which allows passengers to track their checked baggage by  scanning the bag tag with their smartphone.American Airlines hands out Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets  to passengers traveling on select routes such as New York’s JFK airport and Los  Angeles, and international flights to Europe and South America on flights served  with 767-300 aircraft.

Australian carrier Qantas will now be provided with individual iPads which can  stream more than 200 hours of movies, TV shows and music. The new service, which supplies an iPad for use during the flight, is being  offered in all classes on flights between Sydney and Honolulu on the airline’s  Boeing 767 aircraft.

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Qantas offers Ipads to all Business Class passengers on certain routes