Strangers Urged to ‘Get Lucky’ Using Virgin America’s New In-Flight ‘Seat-To-Seat Delivery’

Sir Richard Branson’s Guide to Getting Lucky at 35,000 Feet

In this quirky promotional video, Sir Richard Branson announces details of a new in-flight service on his airline Virgin America called “Seat-to-Seat Delivery.” He suggests that travelers can make a love connection by using their touch screen entertainment system to send drinks, snacks, and meals to strangers. After a treat is sent, they can increase their chances of “getting lucky” and “follow up with a text message using the seat-to-seat chat function.” This first-of-its-kind service recently kicked off on a flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and is now available on flights nationwide.

Treat a travel companion or break the ice by sending a drink, meal, or snack to another seat with our Red™ touch screen entertainment system. Just browse our in-flight menus, select who’s having one on you, make your order, and we’ll deliver it directly to your guest of choice.


Get Lucky

images and video via Virgin America

via Los Angeles Times, Gawker