Flights of Fancy

T WASN’T ALL THAT LONG ago when flying was a special experience, anticipated by travelers who enjoyed what was, in hindsight, a golden age of aviation. Thanks to extensive federal regulation of fares and flight routes, airlines competed on service and amenities, marketing themselves in glossy, big-budget advertising campaigns as purveyors

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