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Virgin Atlantic’s in-flight entertainment now takes flyers from gate to gate

Excerpt from Virgin.com

Apr 17, 2013 3:02 pm

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Squeeze in an extra episode of your favorite sitcom or finish up that movie — your harried flight attendant will thank the heavens you’re distracted.

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Virgin Atlantic have unveiled an all new ‘gate to gate’ in-flight entertainment system on board their planes, with passengers now being able to watch the service prior to take-off and leave it on during landing.

The new service, which is available on the airline’s video on demand in-flight entertainment system, will offer passengers an additional two hours of entertainment per flight.

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