This is a good story and discussion about a scary airplane landing that ruined a couple’s honeymoon … for me to poop on.
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One of the dwindling number of niches in which you still find an abundance of print magazines is travel. And, in particular, in-flight magazines. Will in-flight magazines published by airlines soon become a thing of the past – a victim of mobile technology and onboard wifi?
Two perplexing air travel questions are debated: Who is responsible for protecting severe nut allergy sufferers in-flight? And is being banned for life from Ryanair a punishment?
Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok has reserved an entire floor of one of its parking garages for women who travel alone or who are traveling with a child under 12. This begs the question, how many women and children are being attacked in the airport’s parking lot that a need was felt to reserve a separate section for this?
It’s natural after any tragedy involving air travel to pause and reflect on our views about travel. How do we benefit from travel? What do we enjoy about it? Why do we travel and why should we continue to do so?
Somewhere near the top of the list of things you DO NOT want to hear the captain come onto the PA system to announce has to be “We only have 45 minutes of fuel left”.
Sleeping is typically a private matter. We allow ourselves to do it in our homes or hotel rooms, when no one other than our close family is around. With the notable exception of airplanes.
In this 24-hour-news-cycle world there are no shortage of theoretical events of which you should be terrified at the very prospect. So, it’s surprising that we haven’t heard more about the EXTREME LIKELIHOOD OF CATCHING THE LAST DISEASE YOU WILL EVER CATCH ON YOUR NEXT FLIGHT!
Handicapped accessible and handicapped comfortable are two entirely different matters. A cast on your leg roughly the size and weight of a small dog might make you think twice about taking your flight.
Stubbies, Singlets and a Thong … sort of sounds like the name of a musical group, or maybe a clue on “The Pyramid” (“Things you wouldn’t want to purchase at a consignment store!”). This trifecta of fashion apparel was mentioned on this thread at the Australian Frequent Flyer forums. Full disclosure, I had to Google…