Air France is currently testing an immersive
entertainment system with virtual reality headsets that allow
passengers to enjoy 3D and 2D programmes.
Since 1 August 2017, the system has been
tested on board return Paris-Charles de Gaulle – St. Martin flights.
Customers travelling in
Business class on board the A340 operating this route can
try this new form of in-flight entertainment for
Four headsets are offered on board with a selection of
some forty films and series.
Air France is conducting the trial run in
partnership with the startup SkyLights.
the end of the test period, Air France has said that the new system
may be rolled out
to other flights.
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