People flying with Air France will be able to see some of the stunning places they are flying over during their trip.
Travellers taking flights to India and other destinations with Air France will be able to see some of the amazing places they are passing thanks to a new inflight programme.
The airline has announced it will be using satellite images of the landscape below the flight path to be displayed as part of the Geo-vision programme.
Available to all travellers on board long-haul trips with the carrier, the pictures have been selected by ESA as part of a four-year partnership deal.
Over 1,200 images have been added to showcase some of the stunning locations and landscapes seen around the world.
“This collaboration offers a unique opportunity for passengers to experience Earth’s vast beauty and even get an up-close look at some of the untouched areas of the world,” said ESA’s director of earth observation programmes Volker Liebig.
There could be more people than ever planning to take flights to India and other countries with Air France, as the airline recently announced it had seen a rise in its profits.
Written by Ruth Norris