Avi Selk, The Washington Post Published 7:03 am PDT, Sunday, October 14, 2018 Air India aircraft seen parked on the tarmac of the international airport in Mumbai. Air India aircraft seen parked on the tarmac of the international airport in Mumbai. Photo: Hindustan Times/Hindustan Times Via Getty Images How has airline travel changed through the decades? Click through to find out how different air travel looked way back when. How has airline travel changed through the decades? Click through to find out how different air travel looked way back when. Photo: Getty Images 1920s: Longer flight times During the 1920s, commercial air travel was first introduced to passengers and was a new and exciting endeavor — but it had its pitfalls. Less than 20 passengers were allowed per flight and planes only reached altitudes of 3,000 feet or less, which made flights much longer, Insider wrote. Ironically, traveling by train was much faster in those days.In this April 1929 file photo, a cabin steward serves drinks to the passengers on an early French airliner that offered service to and from Le Bourget. less 1920s: Longer flight times During the 1920s, commercial air travel was first introduced to passengers and was a… Read full this story
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