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O’Neill | Who Needs a Mountain?

16 October 2013, 11.58 | Posted in advertising, videos | 1 comment »


Ah only in Canada could this utopian vision of a mixed crew of skiiing and snowboarding kids whimsically taking over the town exist and seem perfectly normal. And try as we might we really can’t hate on it. Via YoBeat.


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  1. It sounds a bit like United’s three class 767-300s, as reconfigured several years prior to the merger with Continental. Those aircraft got new first class and business class seats, with AVOD IFE in those cabins. And, new overhead bin doors and ceiling panels were installed in those cabins. But, once you walk past the galley and lavatories that separate Business from Economy, it’s back to the 80s. The overhead bins and ceilings are the original design, and the IFE wasn’t upgraded. At least back there on the United aircraft they’ve got multi-channel IFE with (small) seatback monitors. It’s not on demand, but there are some choices and it’s not overhead video. Still, this is the cheap, classless way to do it. socialeum

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