LV Air to Launch in 2013

By Paul Riegler on 23 December 2012
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LV Air announced plans to launch as a new airline in 2013. Showgirls at the Welcome Sign - 8-15-07 The carrier plans to fly Boeing 767 aircraft on non-stop flights to Las Vegas although no specific route information has been announced.

Part of its mission will be to bring a taste of Las Vegas to flying.  “Every flight will feature an online and private network gaming experience, said Eneliko Sean Smith, the airline’s CEO.

According to a published statement, LV Air is in the process of negotiating the acquisition of another airline, although no details were disclosed.  Its aircraft will feature a first class cabin with reclining beds and a shower/changing room.  Business class, which LV Air calls Club Class, will feature a Circle Bar and translucent bulkheads.

Other innovations planned by the airline include hologram safety videos by celebrities and iPads as the interface for in-flight entertainment.

The airline plans to partner with casinos and other gaming establishments in the coming months.

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