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Air travel is a fact of modern life, something that even the youngest
child now takes for granted. If you want to get from point A to point B,
flying is generally the quickest option – sometimes the only option,
especially if it involves overseas travel – and with prices at an all time
low, anyone and everyone can fly nowadays.
This ability to jet off to all corners of the globe is one that has allowed
people greater travel freedoms than they have ever had before, but for
some, this freedom comes with a price tag attached. Not everyone is a
good flyer, and certainly, not everyone actually enjoys flying.
For instance, whilst statistics compiled by the US Department of
Transport suggest that flying is 29 times safer than travelling in an
automobile, many people are simply terrified of getting on a plane.
There are many examples of famous people whose careers have
certainly not been helped by their inability to fly overseas – in top level
soccer, Dennis Bergkamp is one very famous aviophobic or non-flyer –
but the downsides of flying do not necessarily end there.
The fact is that there are several aspects of flying apart from the simple
fear of getting on the plane in the first place that can cause intending
travelers immense problems or difficulties.
The purpose of this book is to examine every possible problem that