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How The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Change Travel In The Future.

The Coronavirus pandemic has been unprecedented, not in the scale of the disease, but the scale of the response. It has shut down the world on a level never seen before and could have a profound impact on the way we travel in the future. It is important to remember that we will travel again and the travel industry will resume, but some changes may be with is for a long time yet.

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Why Air Travel Needs To Return To Normal Soon, And Also Why It Shouldn’t.

The Coronavirus pandemic has shut down the world on an unprecedented scale. Never before have so many borders been closed, airlines shut down and people all over the world faced social isolation and quarantine edicts on such a mass scale. But as time goes on it becomes increasingly imperative that airlines need to start flying again and return to normality as soon as possible, and yet at the same time it is clear that they should never be allowed to operate as normal again.

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The Final Word On Reclining Airline Seats. It Is Rude And They Should Be Banned.

The controversial debate about reclining seats on airlines has once again reared its head, and after years of debating this issue there finally seems to be a general consensus. It is rude and inconsiderate to recline your seat in modern economy class, recliners are obnoxious and selfish people and reclining seats themselves should just be banned outright.

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Do Airlines Need To Be Legally Held To Account For Letting Passengers Down?

Despite being a legal imperative as well as a professional and ethical one, many airlines are continuing to flout and ignore the law and are refusing to live up to their obligations toward passenger care and compensation when things go wrong. Is it about time they are held to account?

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Aeroplane Seat Wars: The Passive Aggressive Guide To Dealing With Seat Recliners On Your Next Flight!

Everyone hates reclining seats and recliners on flights. It’s a fact. But how those of us who just want a little room to move without being crushed in our seats deal with them?

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Is It Time Airlines Banned Reclining Seats Completely?

Reclining seats on long haul flights are continuing to be the source of anger, ire and air rage incidents on flights all over the world, is it about time airlines started to listen and ban them completely?

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