Train vs. plane has been a debate for many years. There are definite perks to both modes of travel. Planes can get you to and from your destination much faster, but they do not have the fantastic views and historic qualities of trains.
Traveling by train was the standard...Read More
Each airplane in use today is a uniquely crafted piece of technology. Different airplanes will have different fuel requirements, which will impact the amount of time that they can spend in the air. Smaller airplanes can only go a short distance because of the fuel limitations. This usually...Read More
Yes, airplanes do fly at night. There are overnight flights, or what are called red-eye flights. The vast demand for flights and the many people that travel each day have raised the demand for more airplanes to be in operation. There are also time zones to take into account. By flying a...Read More
In my personal experience while flying, the food that the airlines offered was... well, let's just say it's not a gourmet meal. Granted, there are factors that help determine the taste of the food which the airline serves. Some of which include the way the food is prepared, the environment in...Read More
All things are relative, it has been said. While that statement may not be true for literally…all…things, it is true for…most…things, most notably: food. When we fly, one aspect of that flight experience that is subject to great variance is the quality of the food...Read More
The first airline to serve any meals aboard a flight was the Handley-Page flight in the year of 1919. This plane went from London, England to Paris, France. The meals at that time were pre-packaged and could be purchased for only 3 shillings. There were no kitchen areas installed in planes at...Read More