November 2012

Sociologists claim that we can now talk about the emergence of the so-called “culture of experts”, that is who are demanding, well-informed and thus willing to pay more for a better product or service. This phenomenon is true for many areas of live, including travel.

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For example, our expectations have also increased in relation to in-flight entertainment (IFE). The days when flight attendants offered passengers headphones used primarily for listening to music on board – are now over. Today, on board a plane we can expect a wide selection of latest films and music. We are also able to surf the net on iPads provided to us by airlines, and even talk on the phone – which until recently was strictly prohibited. Our feature article entitled “The sky is the limit”, we provide you with an up-to-date list of airlines that allow the onboard use of mobile phones. If you wish to forget for a while about the foul autumn weather, I encourage you to read our report from several “warm destinations”, such as Kuala Lumpur or Sharm el-Sheik. I also recommend a very interesting article on Madrid and how it’s changing.  I hope that those texts will be a sort of inspiration for your further travels, both in business and for pleasure. If you wish to have our magazine always at hand, we recommend  subscribing to its digital version for the iPad at a very favourable price. This investment will certainly yield profits. Enjoy your reading!

Marzena Mróz, Editor in Chief