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Take a 360 degree tour of Aer Lingus business class - without leaving your desk

Luxury features on new Boeing 757 can now be viewed on Google maps

19th April, 2016

Air enthusiasts and curious passengers can now take a seat on the airline’s new Boeing 757 with Google Maps.

To create the tour, thousands of high-resolution digital images were taken by photographer Oliver Murray using a specially rigged DSLR camera and carefully stitched together to create a seamless virtual experience.

Online users can experience walking up to the plane, climbing the steps and walking through the aisle of the B757 business class cabin....

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