Have a Terrible Time Traveling? Good! You’re Supposed To

Paying Extra for a Flight for the Convenience of a Better Seat

Harder Better Faster? Cheaper

If we have the ability to fly faster and cut down on travel time, why aren’t we doing it? According to Jason Paur, who covers aerospace for Wired and Medium, it’s because passengers aren’t interested in paying more to fly faster—they’re interested in whatever we can do to fly cheaper.

Complaining and Flying

Matthew Yglesias defends domestic air travel, arguing that it’s safer and cheaper than ever before, so we should stop complaining so much about it.