The 5 Coolest Airlines In The World

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If you think "luxury" should never be used to describe economy-class flying, then Asiana Airlines would like to hand you a free beer and serenade you while you drink it. Though U.S. airlines have conditioned us to loathe air travel as a necessary evil for business trips or vacations, many airlines in other parts of the world strive to make it a fun and enjoyable experience. Whether it's through cracking jokes or popping bottles of free champagne, they go the extra mile to make sure that your flight is memorable in a good way. Here's a look at what you've been missing out on.
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