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Old 05-31-2006, 05:40 PM   #1
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ANA offering e-books to First Class travellers

While you're probably still scratching your head about the latest delay of the iRex iLiad, we show you another way how you can read your e-books:
  • Get a First Class ticket with All Nippon Airways to Tokyo-Narita.
  • Enjoy the fifteen hours flight (not to difficult with broadband in-flight Internet).
  • Forget about a hotel - stay instead at the First Class lounge and take advantage of the newly introduced ANA Sky Library.
At the ANA Sky Library, First Class travellers can now lend out the Sony LIBRIe e-book reader at any time to access up-to-date literature and manga e-books from Japanese Timebook Town. Admittingly, with $15k for the ticket alone it's not exactly a bargain, but at least you won't have to wait until September.
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