From lazing on a tropical beach to exploring a city destination, shopping for duty-free goods to meditating, the immersive experiences virtual reality (VR) can offer could transform the onboard experience for airline passengers. The technology is there already, but are airlines, passengers and inflight entertainment (IFE) providers ready to make the leap?   Carriers, aircraft manufacturers and IFE companies are keeping a close eye on developments in VR technology, and while large-scale ...

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