If you travel frequently by planes, you probably know that there are a lot of things that can make the experience emotionally and physically draining. This is especially true if you take those long flights which quickly becomes long suffering.

Watch this New York Times Illustrator Christoph Niemann depict the struggles on a long distance. He recently flew from NewYork to Berlin on a 12-hour long flight. From “armrest supremacy” to crying babies to agonizing over bland dinner choices, the frustration, boredom and struggles are perfectly documented in these illustrations.

Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
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Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight
Perfect illustrations depicting struggles of a long flight

Via: Christoph Niemann

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