Air travel was once the preserve of an elite few. Images of spacious cabins staffed by elegant stewardesses ricochet around the web, periodically going viral in connection with some modern travel horror story. The most iconic photo though, the one featuring a late-1960s Pan-Am 747 with seemingly endless legroom and creature comforts? It’s a notorious fake. True, air travel was moderately more comfortable during the golden years. However, flying was expensive, available only to a select few, and painfully slow. Over time, mass-market air travel has largely democratized flying. Unfortunately, airlines have responded by cramming in ever more seats while simultaneously reducing benefits and services.
Frankfurt is one of the largest cities in Germany with people from different cultures, ethnicities, races, and religions. It also has a good population of expatriates and foreign nationals. It is the largest city of Hesse, a German Federal State and the fifth-largest city in Germany. It has good air connectivity for tourists and has one of the busiest airports in the world with interconnections to other world airports.