I recently ran across and interesting book called "Aerotropolis: The Way We'll Live Next" by John D. Kasarda of the University of North Carolina. He contends that air travel will shape the futures of cities who are engaged in globalization. Companies that have widely scattered offices around the world rely upon air travel to tie themselves together. This means that airports will become the center of cities and business activities, changing the way we look at transportation. With the drive for instant access it only makes sense that air travel will continue to dominate intercity and international travel. What do you think? Until next time keep your wings straight and level Hersch! JetAviator7 ps: Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter "All Things Aviation" here!