Virgin America might be one of the only airlines with a purple mood-lit cabin, but at least they're showing it off! Fast Company reported this week that the airline has partnered with Google to provide a virtual view of its planes, providing complete transparency with customers on the posh, unique amenities provided.
The technology is taken from Google Street View (have you ever seen a Google-branded car drive by your house with a camera attached to it? It's not a creeper (or shouldn't be); it's the the Google Street View car. The technology has been adapted for Virgin and is called "Seat View" (#clever) and can be viewed right from Virgin's website:
Check out that mood lighting! Forget pulling out Mockingjay - I'd be queuing up my party playlist and getting the party started.
Virgin may be putting off the fancy vibe, but the company wants customers to know that the trendy air style is just a bonus to Virgin's affordable pricing:
Virgin's low fares don't expand to all areas of the world, but it's enough to make the public urge the airline to expand its services. #FlyOnFleek