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  • Airplane food boxes whet appetites of would-be flyers
  • Airplane food boxes whet appetites of would-be flyers
    Taha Sas (2020) ©
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Airplane food boxes whet appetites of would-be flyers

In normal circumstances, it’d be absurd to crave airline food - but then, 2020 is far from normal. As travel continues to be restricted across the globe, frequent flyers are coping with lockdown angst by ordering airplane snacks to their homes in a bid to simulate the experience of going up in the air.

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