This unexpected virus has stopped people from enjoying everyday things such as family gatherings, going to amusement parks, attending concerts, and other things. And although many still travel through car, train, or other ways of transportation, traveling on an airplane has drastically decreased and has even been stopped in some places.
But just because airlines are not allowing people to travel right now, that hasn’t stopped others from “virtually traveling” on a fake airplane. According to Upfront’s latest magazine issue titled, “Flights to Nowhere” a company in Tokyo has taken advantage of this situation. They allow people to buy “airline tickets” and sit in a seat, as if they were on a real plane. They also get to buy airline food and once they arrive to their destination, they get to use virtual reality to explore the place a bit.
Most of the people that participate in this are travelers and love sightseeing, would you participate in something like this?