Airport Passenger

One of the best books about airline industry that I read was Air Babylon, written by Imogen Edwards-Jones & Anonymous. My favourite sentence: “At the airport passengers pack their brains in their suitcases before they arrive; they are always disoriented, distracted and seemingly incapable of looking after themselves. They can lose their passport, their ticket, their luggage, their wife/husband and their mind, all between check-in and the gate… “. It is so real! Remember don’t lose your passport! 😉 Marseille Provence Airport, France.

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4 thoughts on “Airport Passenger

  1. Hi Niki, your blog is intriguing. I am a traveler too so I appreciate that funny quote from the book “Air Babylon.” Is the entire book as good as the quote. ” At the airport passengers pack their brains in their suitcase before they arrive;they are always disoriented, distracted and seemingly incapable of looking after themselves. They can lose their passport, their ticket, their luggage, their wife/huaband and their mind, all between check-in and the gate…”

    The photo you took to match the quote is fantastic. How did you do it? Photoshop? I love the concept of relevant, interesting text over a hip or beautiful image.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Rose Offner

    1. Dear Rose,
      Than you so much for visiting and leaving such a nice comment.
      Yes I added the words in the photoshop.
      And the book is great! I was a flight attendant so this book was on the top of my “to do/read” list 😉

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