Settle into the window seat, insert ear plugs and take off your shoes.
Now fliers on British Airways have a new tactic to combat sleeplessness on long-haul journeys – footage of a seven-hour train journey through southern Norway.
The "slow TV" program will soon be added to BA's on-board entertainment package, after the airline deemed it the type of content that passengers would find "mesmerizing".
The show, which tracks every minute of the journey from Bergen to Oslo, attracted over 1m viewers when it first aired in Norway five years ago, despite competition from the local version of The X Factor.
"A lot of people found it very hypnotic," said Rune Møklebust, head of programming at NRK, the Norwegian public broadcaster that commissioned the show. "They watched a lot more than they planned."
One viewer was reportedly so immersed in the train experience that he stood up to retrieve his suitcase from the overhead rack, only to fall into his living room curtain.
BA will include the program from July on those planes with Thales electronics, including the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the trouble-prone jet whose design is itself supposed to help passengers relax.