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TARDIS air travel

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It is apparent that the TARDIS has on more than one occasion experienced somewhat unpredictable navigation; the Doctor and companion(s) have frequently arrived at unusual and often hostile locations.

As a tribute, BorgCo Travel Services are offering our new TARDIS travel ticket. Simply choose your departure and destination airports and pay your fare, which may actually be less than the standard fare for the route. You'll be issued with the necessary documentation - all you need to do is turn up at the airport.

When you arrive, report to the enquiry desk. They'll tell you which check-in desk to go to and your flight number. You'll simply be put on the next available flight with spare seats, no matter what the destination.

On arrival, report to the enquiry desk. Again, you'll simply be put on the next available flight to anywhere. You won't need food or drink, as you'll get fed on the flights and you shouldn't be at any airport long enough to get hungry.

Since some airports are closed through part of the night, expect to be on a long-haul flight during this time, or to be crossing time zones so that your destination is open when you arrive.

Eventually, you'll arrive at your designated destination, having randomly visited a wide variety of airports and clocked up a lot of flight hours.

8th of 7, Sep 19 2017

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       This sounds too much like certain real journeys I've been on. [=]
pertinax, Sep 19 2017
  

       In that case, we will have to charge you royalties.
8th of 7, Sep 19 2017
  

       Isn't this basically what they do with luggage?
Wrongfellow, Sep 19 2017
  

       I'm not sure I'd trust the BorgCo algorithm - the Borg always seem to find themselves in a war zone.
Loris, Sep 19 2017
  

       We assure you that it's pure coincidence.
8th of 7, Sep 19 2017
  
      
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