On:Q Mainscreen is the prominent entertainment system featured on Qantas flights. It features:
This system is featured on:
Introduced with the Boeing 767, the On:Q PTV system was a personal entertainment system for Business Class passengers. It included:
An updated version designed by Panasonic Avionics was introduced during the international fleet enhancement program, which commenced in June 1998 this included:
The older On:Q PTV system is still seen on some Boeing 767 aircraft that fly internationally.
Total Entertainment System was introduced in 2001, it is Qantas' major IFE development since introducing PTVs for First and Business Class. It was designed by Rockwell Collins. The entertainment system was made available to all classes on board the Boeing 747-400 aircraft, then later on the A330-300 it featured:
This entertainment system has since been upgraded to Audio and Video on Demand (AVOD).
The Boeing 747-300 version of Total Entertainment System was designed by Panasonic Avionics and can be differentiated from the normal version found on Boeing 747 and Airbus A330 aircraft by the PTVs in Economy (as they have the brightness adjust on the monior) and the handset that is used to control the system.
This version features:
This is still found on Boeing 747-300 services.
In 2005, Qantas introduced TES with AVOD on all Boeing 747-400 aircraft and all Airbus A330-300 aircraft. Features include:
TES with AVOD is available on:
iQ is the next in-flight entertainment system of Qantas. It feature on the Airbus A380 and features over 1000 entertainment options. Some features include: