Alaska Airlines will make long flights more bearable with VR movies
Alaska Airlines is taking in-flight movies to the next level.
On Monday, Alaska Airlines announced that it will start carrying the Allosky VR headset as a form of in-flight entertainment for first class flyers. Alaska will begin piloting the program on its Seattle-Boston and Boston-San Diego routes.
SkyLights’ Allosky lets you watch 2D, 3D and 360-degree films in Full HD. Passengers will be able to watch movies such as Three Billboards, Ready Player One and Ferdinand. The headset will also come preloaded with a handful of forward-facing 360-degree videos, with topics ranging from classical music to acrobatics and free diving.
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