You may recall, back in July, on a JetBlue flight from Long Beach to San Francisco passenger Jessie Char encountered the worst kind of airline seatmate — a pair of feet. “I noticed one of the armrests collapse and so I looked over only to see a foot emerge from the row behind me,” Char told People of the incident.
For some tips and tricks to produce the perfect in-air pic, we asked Michael Loccisano, staff photographer, to lend us a hand (and a lens). The ideal time to take a photograph from inside an airplane is while it’s parked, during bright daylight.
(Photo: Thinkstock) Air travel can be great for a lot of things—napping, catching up on reading trashy mags, and binge watching “Game of Thrones.” Maintaining your fitness regimen? Not so much. Hours of sitting, jet lag, and the occasional grogginess from a sleeping pill get in the way of getting in a good workout. While burning 1,000 calories might not be possible 30,000 feet in the air, there are some mini-workouts you can actually attempt on a plane. We went to the experts, the folks who train people who take a lot of airplanes—famous people. ...
In “Sex & the City 2,” Carrie Bradshaw and the girls flew Emirates First Class to Abu Dhabi and taunted moviegoers everywhere with the airplane’s sky-high luxury: private cabins, in-air showers, and an onboard bar. The Residence contains three rooms (living room, bedroom, and bathroom), a butler trained by the Savoy in London, and a dedicated VIP concierge team. The Residence is tucked away on the upper level of the double-decker A380.