DRY AIR - A CATCH 22 MOMENT FOR PREMIUM SERVICeS
The micro climate in an aircraft cabin is so extremely dry that it grounds experience, depresses wellness and decomposes wellbeing. The longer the flight, the more we feel it. The more premium, the more dehydration and extreme climate it is. Those travelers paying the most to get the best there is are exposed to unnecessary dry climate. The only contribution of moisture in a standard equipped aircraft comes from people onboard. As a consequence, air is more dry in classes with low passenger density. That is a catch-22 moment for airlines to deliver better experience.