Thursday, August 13, 2020

Japanese Travellers Board Fake Planes To Go On Virtual Vacations Around The World

An entertainment company in Japan is offering travellers grounded by coronavirus restrictions a virtual vacation around the world.

According to the report by Reuters, First Airlines in Japan’s capital, Tokyo offers travellers first or business class seats in a mock airline cabin where they are served in-flight meals and drinks, with flat panel screens displaying aircraft exterior views including passing clouds.
apanese businessman Katsuo Inoue chose Italy for this year’s summer vacation, and he enjoyed the trimmings of a business class cabin and soaked up the sights of Florence and Rome – without ever leaving Tokyo.
Inoue, 56, and his wife “flew” as clients of Tokyo entertainment company First Airlines, which is tapping into a growing virtual reality travel market for Japanese holidaymakers grounded by coronavirus restrictions.

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