...and for the jet lagged

October 1993
Air Transport World;Oct93, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p121
Trade Publication
Reports on Daniele Rayman Ltd.'s jet-lag shop in the Park Lane Hotel on Piccadily, London, England. Travelers with problems staying awake and vice versa; Efficacy rate; Customers.


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