First-class passengers on select British Airways (BA) flights will have access to virtual reality headsets in a trial announced Aug. 14. The “AlloSky” headsets are designed by SkyLights, an American-French company that graduated from the Hangar 51 accelerator program run by BA parent company International Airlines Group (IAG). The devices provide passengers with an immersive, 3D-view of films and other visual content regardless of a passenger’s position. British Airways ...

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