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Virgin Introduce Latest In Flight Entertainment for Business Class

By Debbie Boyer

Virgin Atlantic has promised to change the in-flight entertainment experience, with the introduction of their new entertainment system across their fleet of aircrafts. Along with these upgraded systems, Virgin have been hard at work revamping the interiors of their cabins with new designs and decors for customers to enjoy.

The in-flight entertainment systems have undergone huge improvements throughout the entire aircraft. However, it is those customers who fly onboard Virgin’s Premium (Business) and Upper Class (First Class) cabins that are set to benefit most.

Customers in both Virgin’s Premium Economy and Upper Class cabins are now treated to a wide display screen easily controlled by a touchscreen pad. Similar to some of the most recent smartphones, customers can control everything with the swipe of a finger.

The touchscreen responds quickly to customers’ actions; as most Business and First Class travellers will be accustomed to the workings of the latest smartphones, the control system will be easy to adjust to. Customers can scroll through the menu quickly and decide upon their choice of entertainment in a matter of seconds.

After the selection process, customers in First and Business Class can read a small synopsis of the film, or television programme, and then watch a short trailer to determine whether or not the chosen entertainment appeals to them.

Customers can also create play lists of films or television programmes to automatically play through, and entertain passengers throughout their flight. As well as, easily pause, fast forward or rewind films with the use of a timeline along the bottom of the screen; passengers need only slide their finger along the line and determine the point of the movie they wish to watch.


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