Smokers might like to know that the first two airlines to introduce nonsmoking sections have themselves gone up in smoke. It's been 35 years since erstwhile air giants Pan Am and TWA first restricted smoking, kicking off a trend that has become the bane of every nicotine addict longing for pleasure after enduring another taste-free in-flight meal. But while studies show that craving for nicotine is one of the main contributors to air rage, trying to find an airline that still allows smoking is nigh on impossible.
It was only seven years ago that most major carriers began...
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