Note: I haven’t been on a flight yet but I did some research online about what flights are doing to protect their customers
During the Coronavirus period, most of the flights and boarders have been shut. During that time airlines have thought about ways to keep Coronavirus out such as extra sanitization at the airport. Now that everything is almost opened up people around the world have been traveling a little bit (note that in Australia our borders are still not open and that might be the same for New Zealand and Europe, I think)
People are encouraged to check in digitally rather than queue at the kiosk. At the security screening there are hand sanitizers and the trays are clean each time after a passenger puts their bags down
Qantas is invested in their passneger safety. They want to get people working again and the airlines in the air as soon as possible. After every flight they will clean the aircraft.
Before you board, the airlines will hand you a face mask and wipes and maybe hand sanitizer. Some of the airlines insist that you wear a face mask at the airport and for the duration of the flight.
On most short flights there will be no food or drink offered but on some of the long haul flights there might be a snack or two and water. This is to minimise contact between staff and passengers.