Travel has evolved significantly in the last several hundred years. We’ve gone from religious pilgrimages, to steamship voyages, to jumbo jets.
In this episode, we discuss a moment in travel history which transformed how people travel in the 20th-century. It may sound dull, but we promise that the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978 is more than a stuffy law—arguably, it completely transformed travel.
Because of this act, it became possible for most people to travel anywhere in the world, without going bankrupt, in under two days.
Let’s get into it: