About halfway through a recent overnight flight from Los Angeles to New York, a call went out on the PA: Is there a doctor on board? “Is there a doctor on board? True stories of in-flight medical emergencies”
The rumble of a jet engine is a comforting sound to some air travelers, making it easy to sleep on virtually any flight. For others, just the thought of being trapped in a pressurized aluminum tube is enough to send massive doses of adrenaline into their bloodstreams, ensuring alertness for days. “Can’t sleep on airplanes? These products and techniques can help.”
You probably have a lot in common with Rick Brunson. “On airplanes, good headphones make good neighbors”
Steven Steinberg doesn’t want to be squished on his flight from Los Angeles to London. But he’s traveling on Norwegian Airlines, and some of their seats can cause … well, squishing.
“He’s fighting for a little comfort on his next flight, but why does it seem so wrong?”
At first, David Collins thought it was his imagination. “Shrinking and unsanitary bathrooms put the squeeze on travelers”