KLM has developed a virtual reality app to enable passengers to explore its new B787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.
The new app allows a tour of both the economy and World Business Class cabins, and is available for both Android and Apple smartphones – for more information click on the links below:
KLM says that Virtual Reality “….is going to change the way of flying. We can create new worlds on board. Imagine if you could get a true cinema experience while watching a movie on board, or if we could offer people with fear of flying a more relaxed environment while in flight.
“Or how about presenting our products from the inflight magazines in a virtual shopping mall? Or if we virtually move you to a nice little french terrace during the meal on-board? The possibilities are endless.”
KLM has now received the first two of its 21-strong B787-9 order. Each aircraft will be named after a flower in recognition of the significant export market of flowers from the Netherlands.
The first destinations that the Boeing 787 will fly to are Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai and Rio de Janeiro during the winter season, with San Francisco from May (see news, December 2015).
For more on the KLM Dreamliner, click here.