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How travel companies are going to great lengths to keep their high rollers happy.
Casper bedding is provided to passengers in premium cabins on American Airlines.

IN 1944, JEAN-PAUL SARTRE wrote that hell is other people, a maxim that perhaps most accurately describes the current state of commercial air travel, what with the long lines for security, overbooked flights, questionable “emotional support” animals, and the guy in 14F who can’t keep his elbows to himself. But for those lucky or savvy enough to fly in first or business class, hope is on

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