The Air Traveler's Survival Guide: The Plane Truth from 35,000 Feet
In 61 short two- and three-page stories of what really goes on in the air, this book covers everything from observations on the intriguing in-flight behavior of different nationalities to handling passengers with special requests. One of the most entertaining books ever written on air travel -- guaranteed to keep readers laughing and crying for hours!
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