New Airline to Bring Sin City to the Skies

By March 4, 2011

Sin City at 20,000 feet? Las Vegas may soon come to a sky near year you thanks to an innovative new airline, LV Air.

The airline promises their flights will be a one-of-a-kind experience. “When you enter the aircraft, it will seem as if you’re entering a club. … It’ll be a very festive atmosphere,” said Sean Smith, LV Air’s chief marketing officer.

Other amenities named by Smith include a first-class cabin with 18 flat-bed seats, an interior decorated by one of the airline’s still-unnamed casino partners, and “upscale meal packs” prepared by Las Vegas restaurants. The airline even promises “hologram safety briefings” from your favorite Vegas celebrities.

“So a virtual image of Mike Tyson may instruct you what to do in the event of an emergency,” Smith said.

The new airline hopes to start service this fall with four daily nonstop flights between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Las Vegas.

For more, check out CNN.

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