Flight risk: safe air travel now comes at a price
FlySafair is charging people extra to keep seats next to them free. Government doesn’t agree, but it might be worth it
I used to fly a lot for work — three weeks out of four, on average.
It was tiring and annoying a lot of the time, but how I miss all my airport rituals now: chatting to the shoeshine guys, the Friday evening drink in the airport lounge and the camaraderie among strangers on a plane.
Lockdown put a sudden end to all of that, but almost three months on, business travellers are now able to make their way to airports, only this time they need a lot more than a boarding pass and an ID, just to enter the terminal building...