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Traveling When traveling over land there are three main ways of doing so a flight a train ride or driving yourself I guess you could walk or run but Im talking about cross country travel There are expensive and inexpensive ways of travel some fast some slow most fun others boring Out of these three ways you must decide how you want to go baste on your budget time and the quality of travel you prefer The fastest way of travel would be by plane If time is a major issue a flight would be the best mode of transportation for you A flight can also be easier to schedule there are hundreds of flights leaving every half-hour in every direction from and to almost every airport in the world Besides being fast and convenient studies have shown its also safer Statistics show air travel as one of the safest ways to travel baste on its passenger to crash ratio The down fall is a flight is also the most expensive way to travel out of the three A flight from California to New York round trip could cost anywhere from 50000 to 250000 depending on which class or section you purchase your ticket for On most commercial planes there are three sections of seating where you sit depends on your willingness to pay Theres first class which is very luxurious This is the most expensive section to sit in It has more leg room larger and softer chairs better service and hand prepared meals instead of the processed food the rest of the plane gets Next is coach or business class which is the middle section its somewhat luxurious You get some leg room descent service but you still get processed food For anyone who wants real food better spend a little extra money and fly first class At the back of the plane youll find the economy class which is one
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