Especially flights lasting more than 3 hours can be very boring sometimes. The time does not pass after the movies are all watched on the little screen, games are played and the offerings are finished. Other than the travelling in a train or by car, the view out of the window even gets boring after some time. To avoid this, Air Canada has found an extraordinary way to enable their passengers to pass their time more valuable. It is really ideal.
Air Canada passengers are able to watch the live performance of the well-known drama writer William Shakespeare on board.
This cultural addition not only enables the passenger to spend their free time more valuable, but also lets them experience an unforgettable travel after all.
The Project is named “Shakespeare in the Sky” and targets to combine 30,000 feet height with high quality of culture.
This extra opportunity and event does not cost the passengers anything extra.
“We know Canadians love Shakespeare,” says Shakespeare in the Sky Artistic Director Damon Giffords, “and what better way to enjoy his work than to be trapped on a plane at 30,000 feet.”
When asked what part of the plane these performances will take place, Giffords responded by saying, “Up and down the aisle of course.”