If the technology proves popular, Virgin is planning further dissemination later on. Still, it's reasonable to expect that guests could begin seeing exceptionally personalized service because of these devices, as information like snack and beverage preferences would be available to staff without having to ask. Instead of being asked, "Would you like a beverage?" we could see much more specified inquiries along the lines of, "Jeremy, how strong would you like your rum and Coke before boarding your flight to Amsterdam?"
However, even though the progression and implementation of this type of technology will directly result in better individualized service, it's easy to imagine that a number of passengers will loathe what they are likely to see as an invasion of privacy. Giving customers an option to opt out of the service may be something Virgin Atlantic will have to consider in the near future after further feedback is received on the program. Even with that being the case, we are excited to see where this type of tech and customer service moves to next.
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