Singapore Airlines has its heavenly seats
, and Virgin has textual Q&A sessions
, so you knew Europe's low-cost leader in air travel had to find a gimmick of its own to implement before long. Should its in-flight calling proposal
get the big thumbs-up from regulatory agencies
, the airline is planning on giving customers the ability to play online bingo and a "number of other instant-win games" that will offer jackpots in excess of £200,000 ($380,000). To assist in promoting the in-flight gambling service, the company has teamed up with JackpotJoy to offer Ryanair's games on its website, and Ryanair's own CEO has already announced his plans to make "millions upon millions" off the deal. While we're certainly down with in-flight gaming creating lower ticket prices, encouraging gambling
in order to so is admittedly dodgy, but if all goes as planned, you can roll your own dice
starting in "mid-2007."