Surprisingly, airlines were the first industry to capitalize on the invention of shrinking technology. Instead of loading hundreds of passengers per plane, they could now load thousands to tens of thousands. Instead of paying extra for leg room, passengers now payed extra to not shrink as much. Business class became full size class and stewards remained full size to meet the needs of everyone on the plane.
First class, however, became something entirely new. One passenger per flight could pay for first class travel arrangements and spend the flight accompanying the male or female steward of their choice!
|Story by AdamSteves|
|Artwork by Mauro Vargas|
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