Rage, Smelly Socks and Stolen Wine in China’s Skiesby
February 2013 might have been the worst month ever to be an employee of an airline flying in or out of China. Blame, however, can’t be laid at the feet (or landing gears) of the airlines that seek to exploit one of the world’s fastest growing air-travel markets. This state of affairs must be pinned on an ornery cast of Chinese passengers.
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