This would make me stir crazy for sure. But Mark Malkoff has made it halfway through a 30-day adventure to live on-board one of AirTran Airways aircraft.
Every night, he sleeps on the aircraft, and every morning, he welcomes passengers aboard, AirTran said.
His trip coincides with AirTran’s rolling out its on-board Wi-Fi service. In addition, he’s trying to overcome his fear of flying.
Malkoff boarded the plane on June 1. As of Monday, he completed 56 flights covering 51,673 miles. He attained the airline’s A+ Elite status quicker than any other passenger in the program’s history, the airline says.
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Malkoff has been posting his videos and updates to www.markonairtran.com.