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Question about your early flight experiences

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  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky,

    I just discovered your blog and I am hooked. Thank you for such thorough and rich descriptions of the myriad flights and airports you’ve experienced!

    I am wondering if you’ve ever written any detailed memoirs of any of the flights you took as a teenager/younger traveler, before you started this blog. I’m personally fascinated by the history of commercial flight, and I think it would be so engrossing to read similarly textured accounts of your early days as a passenger, to relive some of the retro features/details of flights you took that have since been redesigned, and to track how these experiences have shifted over those years, on micro and macro levels.

    On a related note, is there a simple way for me to navigate to your earliest airline reviews on this blog, from its inception in 2008? Or should I simply scroll to the beginning?

    Thank you again for your work! Air travel is one of my obsessions—my mother was a million-miler on United in the 90s, and I currently live bicoastally and spend a great deal of time on JetBlue (BOS-LAX)….or at least I did until recently. Your blog is making me feel “at home” again during these disorienting times of groundedness and isolation.

    All my best,

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