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June 15, 2010

Don’t just book it, PSP it, says Thomas Cook

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by Darren Allan
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Thomas Cook has announced plans to make Sony PSPs available for rental on its planes on short and medium haul flights.

The handhelds will be loaded up with a number of films, TV shows and games to keep you entertained during the flight, and take your mind off the inevitable baby crying its eyes out in the next row.

If you want to enjoy one, however, it’ll cost you £7.50 to hire for the duration of the flight. Although you will be able to share it with a partner via a headphone splitter (the films at any rate).

The PSPs will replace the airline’s current in-flight entertainment system, though we must admit, £7.50 is a touch rich for our blood.

Maybe we’ll stick to those other fun free airline games you can partake of, such as playing “who owns the armrest” with your next door neighbour passenger.

Or perhaps a spot of “wave your legs in the air, like you just don’t care”, the lower body movement game designed to help prevent deep vein thrombosis.

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