I remember a time in my life where I LOVED to travel. I took my first airplane ride from Houston to see my grandparents here in Charlotte in 1976 and I was hooked.
Then, 911 came. And don’t get me wrong, I am ALL ABOUT doing whatever is necessary to keep people safe. That being said, flying ANYWHERE….ANY TIME… has become a royal pain in the arse.
Look, I booked a flight last night for next month, and I’m ALREADY dreading it.
HOWEVER, if this ever becomes a part of the architecture in American airports, it would ease my antipathy significantly.
Yup! If you’re running for the gate, carry-on in hand at Singapore’s Changi Airport, a four floor-high slide is designed to get you to your departure gate with the fewest number of steps possible.
Who needs an escalator when you can roll like this?!