Inflight VR partners with Felix & Paul Studios

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Inflight VR has added Emmy Award-winning content from Felix & Paul Studios to its platform for airlines, including Strangers and The People’s House.

Quick read

➨ Space Explorers 1 and 2, Strangers and The People’s House are available on Inflight VR’s platform

➨ ‘We’re excited to team up with Inflight VR to take airline passengers on a journey to some of the most immersive experiences available’

➨ ‘The collaboration with Felix & Paul Studios will take the immersiveness of the passenger experience we provide to our airline customers to another level’

The story

Through its new partnership with immersive entertainment creator Felix & Paul Studios, passengers of airlines offering Inflight VR’s platform will be able to experience Space Explorers 1 and 2, Strangers and The People’s House.

Inflight VR’s engineering team has completed the adaptation of Felix & Paul Studios’s content to make it immediately available for all airline customers. FlixBus, Star Alliance and Iberia are among its airline clients.

Félix Lajeunesse, founder and creative director of Felix & Paul Studios, commented: “We’ve taken audiences around the world in extraordinary settings; from the White House, to Eminem’s Detroit, to the plains of the Serengeti and the International Space Station.”

“We’re excited to team up with Inflight VR to take airline passengers on a journey to some of the most immersive experiences available.”

Nikolas Jaeger, co-founder and head of content at Inflight VR, added: “Seeing passengers onboard leaning back relaxed into their seats forgetting where they are, shouting out ‘Wow!’ or even shedding tears of amazement after experiencing our product is the most rewarding part of our work.”

“The collaboration with Felix & Paul Studios will take the immersiveness of the passenger experience we provide to our airline customers to another level and positively impact their net promoter score.”

Image credit: Felix & Paul Studios