The Death of Luxury Air Travel

A Boeing 707–120 at the Pan Am Worldport in 1961. Jon Proctor / Wikipedia

<p>Flying in an airplane is an enormous privilege, but nowadays it's often seen as an inconvenience more than anything else -- the crowding, the lines, the security check and so on can certainly take the magic out of a journey. Yet this wasn't always the case -- in decades past, air travel was the last word in mobile luxury. So what changed? Tune in to learn more.</p>