So Sir Richard Branson has decided to make flying in his aircraft a little more fun.
The 62-year-old’s guide is delivered to passengers by YouTube video. According to the Toronto Star, here’s how it works:
It’s as simple as “pinpointing” the object of your affections after the seat-belt sign is off, he says.
The eccentric billionaire has introduced a “seat-to-seat delivery service” in which you can offer to buy a stranger a drink or a meal.
What’s more, passengers can attach a note to the order via “seat-to-seat chat” touchscreen on the personal entertainment system to “seal the deal,” according to Branson.
Branson figures you have a 50/50 chance of being chosen as a recipient of someone’s un- or wanted attentions, although I have no idea how he’d figure that.
Read more: Toronto Star.
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