Qantas plans to upgrade the interiors of its Boeing 737-800 domestic fleet, which will result in an improved inflight entertainment (IFE) system and a slightly higher seat count. It will begin work on its fleet of 67 737-800s in mid-2015, and expects to finish the upgrade program within 12 months. The carrier is revealing neither the cost of the refurbishment nor where it will be done. A streaming wireless entertainment system will be installed on 38 of the aircraft, allowing passengers to ...

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