A screenshot of a PSP product page
Heck yes, you'll be able to tap the touchscreen to buy such goodies as ridiculously luxurious tech gadgets, but also regular items like Apple Nanos, and you'll even be able to choose the color.
And that's not all! Here's what else Virgin America is bringing new to the
· An “open tab” function so guests can swipe their credit once per flight and order food, drinks, and anything else now available via Redincluding a $38,000 diamond-encrusted iPhone
· Enhanced seatback interactive Google maps, including terrain view
· Suggested meal pairings, like a Lemon Tarragon Chicken Salad Hand Roll, PopChips and Gordon Biersch Marzen Beer
· A custom bar for “Cocktails with Altitude,” developed with input VX teammates and from guests via social media
Currently The Red Store is live only selected test aircraft, but it will spread fleet wide in July. And now you ask, what's next for their seatback TVs now that you can even shop from them? Well, WiFi integration of course. Someday, you'll be able to draft and send emails from 35,000 feet without even having to bring your laptop onboard or power up your smartphone. Of course we'll keep you updated when that happens, but for now, you should be pretty well entertained on your next Virgin America flights with the new shopping network.
What do YOU think of Virgin America's new in-flight shopping platform? Will you be buying the $38,000 iPhone diamond-encrusted iPhone on your next flight? Please do tell.
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