To make long trips a little more dull, British Airways is introducing a 7 hour long in-flight film. The relaxing entertainment option is designed to lull travelers into a sleep. The long-form video depicts the train ride from Bergen to Oslo in Norway.
This represents the London-based airline's first attempt at the 'Slow TV' genre, which is apparently appealing to passengers on long flights who look forward to relaxing rather than enjoying multiple movies or other stimulating content. This train ride in-flight film will begin showing on British Airway flights starting next month. In the future they may expand to show such slow-paced entertainment as knitting, feeding birds and walking in the park. The depicted train ride could also prove an alternative to scenery, if that's something you miss while flying.
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