Remember those “telephone booths” in bars? Fly Virgin Air for the updated version.Matthew ColeSir Richard Bransontelephone boothsToronto StarVirgin AirYouTube video
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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