Qantas announced today that they will fly upside down on routes to Australia. In a joint agreement with other major carriers flying to Australia such as Virgin Australia and Garuda Indonesia, airlines now commit to flying upside down all the way.
Pilots and cabin crew all finished special training and some changes to aircrafts were made such as special seatbelts for all passengers. Unlike Alitalia which uses a VR food-experience , Qantas has a real meal and real drinks and needed to adjust their glassware.
The fact that the country is upside down makes adjustment extra hard for even seasoned travelers. Starting the flight upside down will make sure the passengers have extra time to adjust to the inverted gravity.