Domestic Flight

Reaching limits for levels of luxury, airlines turn to offer domestic conveniences

Implications - Having exhausted the level of luxury currently possible, airlines are evolving in-flight services to be more useful and realistic than over-the-top amenities. Complementary to current offerings, the services offer an enhanced level of domesticity with amenities that deliver a familiar experience for travelers rather than one that's too lavish. This speaks to an overall pattern of lesscapism, as vacation becomes less about the exotic or extravagant, and more about basic comfort.
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