What makes a flight comfortable?
When Netherland aviation expert Peter Vink once asked the passenger next to him whether the flight is comfortable, he was told, “I spent 15 minutes to pass security, 4 hours on the aircraft. The cabin crew is always speaking in their mother language—God knows what they are talking about. Nobody tells me that I can play electronic games or what food will be served in the first place. Even the color of the seat makes me uncomfortable.” Have you had similar experiences on scheduled flights or on business jets?
The President of a Chinese GA operator put a similar question to his friend, a celebrated single entrepreneur—what kind of business jet service offers the best comfort? The entrepreneur shrugged and said: It does not matter, as long as there are beautiful stewardesses.
It could be interesting to explore if this represents a general view. In fact, there are details of an aircraft that even if you choose to ignore will still affect your comfort level, like an itch you could not scratch.
This feature aims at revealing the factors that contribute to comfort or discomfort of your flight, some of which may even come as surprises.