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Beond Unveils Premium Offerings With Apple Vision Pro!

Beond has just announced an exciting upgrade to its passengers for an immersive inflight entertainment experience.

The world’s first premium airline just got better, as Beond announced that it’s offering Apple Vision Pro to select passengers. This new addition amps up the entertainment to the next level for passengers travelling to the Maldives!

The Apple Vision Pro will transform the inflight entertainment experience, and we will be first to offer it to select passangers. In addition to our existing and ever-growing library of inflight content such as movies and games, Beond will showcase stunning resort destinations and activities in the Maldives. We are working now with partners in the Maldives to prepare truly amaing footage. The inflight experience will build anticipation for passangers before they arrive in the Maldives. Offering the Apple Vision Pro is another step in our vision for delivering a premium experience to our customers, from the start to finish of their journey. We’re proud to be the first airline to deploy the technology, says Beond’s Chairman and CEO, Tero Taskila.

This exciting upgrade also comes at a time when Beond is getting ready to expand with a second aircraft. The airline announced the latest addition as well as the debut flights from Milan, Dubai and Bangkok to the Maldives just last week. Travellers can look forward to booking the new destinations in mid-2024 and flying on the new Beond Aircraft.

Currently, Beond is serving routes from Munich, Zurich and Riyadh to Male’ Maldives.

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