Gabe’s Magnificent Flight
Flying back home wasn’t as dramatic as I had imagined. I would say perhaps it is because I did it a couple of days and had managed to survive – so I thought, that is where I am good at. You shouldn’t take me wrong; I do not have any intention of flying again. You see, having such long flights that go for more than a day can wear you a lot; and you will not want to care what’s happening. You want to see to it that you make it quick enough.
I spent the entire night perusing through and putting together the “how to” guide for the Albany airport since I was expected to fly out before my loved ones. I wanted to ensure that they know what to do when I wasn’t around. And it wasn’t being about philanthropic; I didn’t have that feeling of having to go back there in the near future. And you can say I am selfish if you want.
I had to run some fast online search so that I can get a glimpse of the airport’s policies. I noted that it is crucial that I make to the airport a few hours before my flight. I am pretty sure that there are a lot more people who make to the airport an hour before the recommended time, however, I was determined to be done within good time. I can’t imagine missing my flight because I failed to check in on time and have my bags checked.
Analysis run by the transportation services that operates the Albany area, and owner of the site that I visited, indicates that most of the complaints that they received had to do with the lost baggage and delayed flights. It is possible for me to deal with that lost item; that one in can handle; but not missing a flight – that is a no-no. In an airport and wanting to fly home, and then I miss a great flight?
Finally, the plane did manage to do what it was supposed to do – get me back to Kansas City; and I am here writing about my experience at seven in the morning. I thought to myself and realized that I had arrived home at last and I realize that it wasn’t as bad an experience as I had anticipated. It is an easy way to travel. But the truth is that I feel that I hate flying – more than before. It is something I haven’t grown to like. You book a flight, fly over several states and arrive at your destination; that is not appealing at all.
I feel that I would want to see and experience everything, and you can’t do this when you just have to zoom your destination, and there – you are landing before you know. I would want to drive through the states, alight and take a break, eat, and see my old folks and proceed.