Between the body scans, long lines and cramped seating in coach, airline travel today is full of high anxiety. And some say it’s only getting worse as airlines seek greater efficiency and profits. But the industry says it’s the most financially prudent way to accomodate growing demand.
Between the body scans, long lines and cramped seating in coach, airline travel today is full of high anxiety. And some say it’s only getting worse as airlines seek greater efficiency and profits. But the industry says it’s the most financially prudent way to accomodate growing demand. Neil Nakahodo The Kansas City Star
Between the body scans, long lines and cramped seating in coach, airline travel today is full of high anxiety. And some say it’s only getting worse as airlines seek greater efficiency and profits. But the industry says it’s the most financially prudent way to accomodate growing demand. Neil Nakahodo The Kansas City Star

With more passengers, fewer flights and crowded planes, it’s no fun flying

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