Could flying get much worse and more uncomfortable in the future?
A couple of days back, MarketWatch wrote about “5 Horrifying Ways Airlines Are Making Flying Worse“.
After looking over the article, it did seem that if these things really did happen, flying would be getting a whole lot less comfortable. (I find it hard to believe that it could get much less comfortable than it already is…)
I came across an interesting tweet from BBC Travel about an article from Bloomberg.com.
Ever wonder how many animals die on airlines each year? I can’t say that it’s something that has ever crossed my mind before… However, the Department of Transportation keeps track/ records of these occurrences and shared their findings in its February Consumer Air Travel Report. Continue reading Which Airline Had Most Animal Deaths in 2014?→
The fear of flying keeps many people from going on that amazing trip. According an ABC News article around seven percent of people suffer from aerophobia. (This statistic was found on Statistic Brain.)
Aerophobia according to Merriam-Webster is the fear or strong dislike of flying.
After my first flight to California at around 11 years old (which went fine), I started suffering from motion sickness during flights. This definitely led to a very strong dislike of flying for many years. It wasn’t until flying during a Spring Break trip in college and not getting sick that led to getting over this fear. Continue reading 5 Tips To Combat Flight Anxiety→
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