December 2012/ January 2013

Many words have been written on the subject of happiness, fulfilment, and a tempestuous life. The Sumerian King Gilgamesh never ceased to travel, believing it will save him from death.



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Odysseus – the archetype of the “man the wanderer” – boldly took on the challenge, and ventured into the unknown. Ulysses, led by a desire to confront the inevitable, sailed beyond the Pillars of Hercules, the last frontier of the world known to him. This is because the ancient people believed that travels could enlighten your soul. Today, a lot of us get on a plane with a laptop, but also with an open mind, trying to analyse our business strategies or our lives. In the article entitled “Happy travels”, I hope to convince you that a journey is a good time to sort things out in your life.

I also encourage you to read the report from our annual Cellars in the Sky award ceremony. The competition was open to all passenger airlines, which fly from and to Poland, and 13 carriers decided to accept our invitation. I’m pleased to inform you that our panel of experts chaired by Tomasz Prange-Barczyński decided that the best wines are available on board aircraft belonging to Qatar Airways.

On my own behalf and on behalf of our Publisher, I would like to wish all the readers a wonderful and warm Christmas spent with your families. May the challenges of the New Year 2013 bring you a lot of satisfaction and happiness.

Marzena Mróz, Editor in Chief