@jacobheringman Well done! A couple of years ago I convinced my director to travel with me to Amsterdam by train – adding two full days of travel to her very busy schedule. She told me later that, with a bit of planning, she could probably have worked just as efficiently while traveling, so in reality no (work)time was lost. Trains are excellent for focused work. But it was much more expensive, which is insane considering the crisis we are in.
I was thinking recently, if flights have a similar train or bus ride that takes the same flight time + 4-6 hours (time spent on average commute to and from airports and airport procedures)... The flights should be illegal, or at least double as expensive as the corresponding train/bus fare.
But, gods forbid we regulate the market! 🙄
@iop They absolutely should. France made a fantastic first step recently: https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexledsom/2022/04/03/france-travel-many-short-haul-flights-outlawed-from-april/?sh=4f504bf27618
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