In a scene in the movie The Wedding Singer, Adam Sandler serenades Drew Barrymore on a plane. Fly with Qantas to do just that (well, almost), and get to request a song and add a dedication along with it on the Q Radio channel “From the Heart.” But if mushy’s too much to handle, there’s still the good old Rock on Q station or Louis Armstrong on the Reelin' in the Years frequency.
Royal Brunei Airlines provides in-flight entertainment with SkyShow and its menu of 17 videos, 15 multi-language audio channels, and ten videogames. Personal screens mean passengers no longer have to sit through movies they’ve already seen. “Economy with class” is offered in the higher-priced cabins, which also offer loads of space between rows, adjustable footrests, and winglet headrests shaped to be gentle on the neck.
Travelling is more pleasurable than ever on Singapore Airlines, with its Economy Class boasting of ergonomic seats that allow comfort and movement. In-seat power supply, reading lights, handsets, and high-resolution personal monitors are also available. Passengers can choose from a thousand entertainment possibilities and a variety of international magazines.
Experience the award-winning Royal Orchid Service of Thai Airways International flights to Perth. Women passengers receive a free orchid corsage, while children get free toys and those with babies can ask for bassinets. There are giveaways like playing cards and ballpoint pens, too. Excellence continues in the kitchens, which serves dishes like tab-tim fish soufflé in a banana leaf cup and fish maw soup with crab meat, bamboo pith, and black mushrooms.
These flights land at Perth Airport.