'Mock flights' entice restless holidaymakers who have been left grounded because of coronavirus travel restrictionsGet the Full StoryKim Kyung-Hoon Reuters
A Japanese virtual reality company is offering "mock flights" which let passengers sit in fake airline cabins while being served in-flight meals and drinks.
First Airlines has seen an increase of interest since the start of the pandemic as more holidaymakers are grounded due to coronavirus travel restrictions.
The two-hour virtual reality experience enables passengers to "travel" to cities such as Paris and New York without actually ever taking off.
As millions of people are staying at home, there's a growing interest in the mock flight trend.
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A Japanese virtual reality company allows people to enjoy all the perks of flying on a plane without ever taking off.
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