My experiences with airports and flying is consistently a temperature control nightmare. First off, the airport terminal is consistently insanely chilly, regardless of the time of year or the weather outside. That’s just a general rule that I’ve come to fully expect, however it sure can be awful in the wintertime, when you walk in from below chilly temperatures and hardly get any relief from their Heating and A/C system. From there, you go from a chilly terminal to a chilly aircraft with entirely ¬†poor air quality. The cold, dry air that consistently feels so icky and full of germs consistently manages to get myself and others sick to varying degrees when I fly. I have learn articles that say that aircraft air is entirely a lot cleaner than people think, however what difference does it make when I end up getting sick, regardless? I suppose there is only so several ways to keep one comfortable and germ-free when you’re flying around in an aluminum tube with a whole bunch of other people 30,000 feet in the air. In the end, when the flight is over, this just makes myself and others want to rush away from the airport and find a nice, comfortable hotel where I could set the temperature and humidity level to whatever I want. After all, I need a comfortable hotel room to help myself and others get over the jet lag that I often experience on company trips. In the end, I dislike the entire flying experience because of how chilly the terminal and the aircraft is, and how sick I get afterwards!

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