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  • British Airways wants passengers to relax
  • British Airways wants passengers to relax
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British Airways wants passengers to relax

While most people see long-haul flights as an opportunity to catch up on the latest movies, British Airways has announced it will be screening a seven hour film of a real-time rail journey. The idea is that it will relax passengers who don't want to engage their minds.

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