Travelling by Flights: An Experience
Humans have a long connection with travelling and moving from place to place and this can be traced way back to our hunter-gatherer days. Going places has been an experience that people cherish and today with a huge network of flights that interconnect almost every corner of the globe; it has become a norm.
Before the invention of flight, travelling used to be a problematic scenario; one had to take multiple services such as trains, cars and boats in order to reach certain places and it would take a very long time before people reached places.
Ever since the invention of the aeroplane and its rapid development, things have become much simpler. People can travel from one end of the globe to the other in a matter of hours rather than days. This development is only set to increase in the coming years and one will soon be travelling across the globe in a few hours, at speeds faster than that of sound. Apart from the speed aspect of travelling by air, there is the comfort factor.
Planes are very comfortable vehicles, with even the cheapest seats offering features such as recline and pillows to help ease travel over long distances. As one goes up classes, features such as fully reclining seats, bedding features, showers and gourmet food are available. It is more like travelling in a lap of luxury more than anything else. With a huge competition among private and public airliners for getting the attention of travellers, the luxury amenities are set to become better over time.
Another great part of air travel is the feeling of being able to look down at the world and feeling a bit larger than life. It is an indescribable feeling when one looks down and sees objects as if they were miniscule and the size of toys, it makes for an experience which is quite awe-inspiring. You can also feel as if one is a bird, as the plane cuts through the clouds and at an altitude of over 35000kms. Travelling by air is something which should be experienced by everyone once in their lives.
India is one of the fastest developing countries in the world and in the civil aviation industry also it manages the same trend. It is the 3rd fastest growing and largest overall aviation network in the world. With connectivity to over 80 cities in the country, and more than 15 of them being international airports, finding a flight is not the hardest of tasks. Yet, seats are not so easy to find when one flies on some of the busiest routes, such as Mumbai-Delhi, Bangalore-Delhi and other busy routes. One needs to regularly check-up Delhi to Mumbai flight schedule and book seats fairly early. There are more and more flights operating in these sectors more than before and with the entrance of many budget airlines and other private competitors, the number of flights is only going to increase.
Flying is an experience to be cherished and enjoyed, it is what makes us different, our end devours and reach have helped us to learn how to fly.