Airline Installs In-Flight Meditation Program for Fearful Fliers

Airline Installs In-Flight Meditation Program for Fearful Fliers
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

British Airways is including meditation and breathing exercise videos for nervous passengers

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 29 may 2015

There’s no mistaking a passenger on board who is afraid of flying. While, there are on average less than 90 flying-related accidents world wide, it can be hard for some to let go of their fears as it becomes a more integral mode of travel. Luckily for patrons of British Airways, the airline is providing them with an easy way to find some inner peace.

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