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Be­ing a fre­quent trav­eller, I’m an avid reader of your mag­a­zine. I re­ally ap­pre­ci­ate the news and the in­sights that are pro­vided on the in­dus­try, the tests on flights, the anal­y­sis and the tips on ho­tels and restau­rants, and the re­ports on how cities and new des­ti­na­tions are rein­vent­ing them­selves.

I also en­joy the de­bates that emerge among read­ers as the re­sult of ar­ti­cles; shar­ing opin­ions and ex­pe­ri­ences en­riches every­body’s knowl­edge on the fas­ci­nat­ing “emo­tions” we feel when trav­el­ling, and pro­vides an op­por­tu­nity to look at things from a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive.

The let­ters are my favourite part of the mag­a­zine. Yes, I know that it is not pleas­ant to go through neg­a­tive ad­ven­tures dur­ing busi­ness or leisure trips, how­ever, I must ad­mit that I en­joy some of the sto­ries.

The mag­a­zine is very pro­fes­sion­ally done, so I was a bit sur­prised when I found two let­ters, which had been awarded star let­ter sta­tus in sep­a­rate UK is­sues, also ap­pear in the July/Au­gust 2018 Asia-Pa­cific edi­tion that I read on Sin­ga­pore Air­lines flights from Frank­furt to Sin­ga­pore, July 28, and Sin­ga­pore to Bris­bane, July 29. The let­ters were: “Why are meals served at such strange times of day?” by Tony Hall, Lon­don (from the UK May is­sue), and “Pos­i­tive Out­look” by Rabbi Zach Shapiro, Los An­ge­les (from the UK June is­sue). By the way, sev­eral let­ters by Mr Shapiro have been pub­lished pre­vi­ously, and I’ve found them all in­ter­est­ing.

Could this du­pli­ca­tion be be­cause you have sev­eral edi­tions of the mag­a­zine re­lated to the dif­fer­ent con­ti­nents?

In con­clu­sion, I just wanted to share my thoughts and my ap­pre­ci­a­tion for your mag­a­zine. Please keep it up.

Roberto Morelli, Rome

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