Flying during the pandemic
Click here to read full article from source
Kathmandu, Aug. 28 -- Now that human beings are learning to fly again after being locked down for two years by the pandemic, we have the opportunity to re-discover the romance and thrill of swooping through the air like an eagle, a crow, or Superman.
Thanks to vaccine passports, air travel is much safer now. We now have the chance to once more relive the exoticism of airline travel, with an added sense of adventure. Rock Bottom Airlines, for example, is struggling to stay airborne through this crisis, so they have cut peanuts and Sprite on domestic flights. (Motto: "If you pay peanuts, you are a monkey.")
The austerity measures mean you no longer get cotton ear plugs because hungry passengers have been known to eat them. Barf bags are a...
To read the full article or to get the complete feed from this publication, please Contact Us