As If First Class Wasn’t Private Enough, Here Come Virtual Reality Headsets

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    Traveling first class really can be a private affair. Even if you are not in an aircraft that provides an enclosed suite, you are still pretty much on your own. To aid with that, you can slip on your airline-provided noise canceling headsets and just be in your own little world for the length of the flight – “interrupted,” of course, by first class dinners and service! But if all of that wasn’t private enough already, Samsung and Qantas are starting to roll out a trial to provide virtual reality headsets to first class passengers on some of their flights. According to the reports, the Samsung Gear VR headsets will be used to give the passengers up front a virtual experience of the “sights and delights of network destinations, new Qantas products and the latest inflight blockbuster movies.” Qantas Press Release It will be offered on limited A380 flights between Australia and Los Angeles beginning in mid-March. Before that, it will be offered to customers in the First Class Qantas lounges in Melbourne... The post As If First Class Wasn’t Private Enough, Here Come Virtual Reality Headsets appeared first on Running with Miles.

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