Monday, October 8, 2007

Flying on the Ground is Not Wrong.

Who said - flying on the ground is wrong?

People from all over India are paying to experience 'air travel' on a disused Airbus 300 that was bought by a former Indian Airlines employee and relocated to a suburb of Delhi. For the equivalent of £2, 'passengers' are treated to a safety demonstration, in-flight service and cockpit announcements. In a country where an internal trip costs the same as the average monthly wage it seems like a deal.

It was Buffalo Sringfield in case you're wondering.

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