Got 5 hours and 46 minutes to spare? Then you’re in for a treat!
On April 10, Virgin American is partnering with the Dallas International Film Festival to premier their full-length film, BLAH Airlines. Take a look inside BLAH Airlines Flight 101 from Newark to San Francisco. Witness the harsh reality of nearly six hours of flying at its worst, from takeoff to landing. Unfortunately, this is a familiar experience for far too many travelers. If you’ve been flying BLAH, it’s time to take a radical departure to Virgin America. Trade peanuts and annoying service for WiFi, entertainment, power outlets, mood lighting, and food and drinks on demand.
You can watch the trailer for the film here.
From Virgin America‘s press release:
With an expanded presence in Dallas and unmatched entertainment experience onboard our flights, we’re excited to be the Official Domestic Airline Partner of the Dallas International Film Festival and to support the broader film community […]
[…] We’re thrilled to partner with DIFF to host a fun premiere for our friends and partners here in Dallas,” she said. “We’re also excited to see who makes it through the entire screening of BLAH AIRLINES, which at a 5 hours and 45 minutes running time – begs the question, if you wouldn’t sit through the entire film, why would you pay money to experience it in real-life on a flight?
Warning: You might want to pop a few bags of popcorn before watching this. Actually, you might want to cook lunch and dinner, because this one is going to take awhile.
Interesting in attending the premier to this exciting film? You can win two tickets here! Actually, I think I’d pay to not see this film… 😉
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