The airline in question is Air France, who have teamed up with SkyLights, a start-up company that manufactures virtual reality headsets and systems.
The exclusive service will provide guests with virtual reality headphones for an out-of-this world experience and will soon be made available to business class flyers only.
Travellers can choose to view films, television series and music videos from a selection of 40 visual treats, with the help of 2D-3D headsets.
The service aims to provide an experience akin to being in a private theatre, entirely isolating passengers from the rest of the cabin and its variety of irritants (e.g. snoring co-passengers and screaming babies).
The Virtual Reality headsets also act as effective noise cancellation devices, meaning they can also be used to get some shut-eye yourself.
Currently, the service is in its pilot phase with only four of these headsets being tested on the Airbus A340, operating between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and St. Martin in the Caribbean. However, Air France has confirmed that it plans to roll out the service to its remaining fleet very soon.