Like I Said: Mobile Solitary Confinement

Rory Ewins offers a spirited take on what the UK airline security means: “Sure, many passengers will adapt, now that they know the score—in the short term. But for UK domestic carriers, this is a nightmare. If passengers have items they don’t want to entrust to the hold, their inclination will now be to travel by train. For the short-haul tourist carriers, this is where we find out whether a few days away is worth that much hassle, and how many untaken trips that translates into. Even a drop in passenger numbers of ten or twenty percent could send some airlines to the wall. How easy is EasyJet now?”

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  1. I should be grateful if you could inform me in what context Russell Davies stated: “The real hell of solitary confinement must be that there is nobody to rememmber it with afterwards”

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