Shashank Nigam

CEO of the airline consulting group SimpliFlying

Shashank Nigam on KCRW

There could be big, permanent changes on planes and in airports once the first wave of this global pandemic is behind us.

Flying is miserable now. How will it be in the future?

There could be big, permanent changes on planes and in airports once the first wave of this global pandemic is behind us.

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