Poppi Airline

Nov 30, 2015

Category: Rides

At last, an airline that makes sense. Poppi is the newest brain child of Teague, a longtime partner of Boeing. Poppi does away with the parts of an airline that don’t make sense and offer you more choices and options for having the flight experience you want to have, rather than the one an airline forces on you.

When riding Poppi, you can choose to go in the Cinema seating where you’ll be housed in a darkened room and shown films for your entire flight. Select sponsored seating in the middle chair and you’ll be given prizes and gifts from special partners, who are rewarding you for not taking the window or the aisle. Slim bins overhead speed up boarding time, and vending machines give you loads of options for eating and drinking while in the air. It’s truly the airline of the future.

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