Google has announced a pair of new flight glasses for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The glasses will be available for use during flights to the UK, where the flight is expected to be more comfortable and safe.
Flight attendants will be able to use the glasses during flights for up to three hours.
Google says it has seen a surge in demand for flight glasses, with flights to airports across Europe and North America averaging over 100,000 per month.
Google also plans to expand the program to other countries, including Australia.
Google has already announced the availability of Google Glass for the academic year in 2019, but it is still early days for the product.
Flight times will vary by airline, so the glasses will not be available on all flights.
Google’s chief executive officer Sundar Pichai is also expected to make a keynote speech at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Glass glasses will feature a 4.8-inch LCD display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels.
Google is looking to make the glasses available for purchase in the coming months, with a pre-order deadline in the next few weeks.
The Google Glass will also include a microphone and NFC sensor.
Google expects the flight glasses to be cheaper than conventional glasses, and will be compatible with most headsets.
Google said the Glass glasses are designed to be used on airplanes for up. to five hours.