A Ticket to Angst at Franz Kafka Airport
If you thought your air travel experiences have been nightmarish recently, chances are they’re not as bad as the daily goings-on at Prague’s Franz Kafka International Airport — a fictional (or is it?) hub of despair in which the word terminal takes on a much more angst-ridden meaning.
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