Air travel once was a matter of luxury. Decades ago considered a miracle, flying commercial aviation now is regarded to be as usual as taking a bus. Nowadays, it is a part of our routine, which constantly reveals itself in new faces. Advertising aura of commercial aviation services fuels our imagination. But the reality joins up space and time, in which the advertising image crashes into reality. Easiness meets the fatigue, comfort meets stress, luxury meets tawdriness, dreams hit into material reality, the feeling of safety is overtaken by that of vulnerability and discontent, and sometimes the logic meets absurdity.
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