While tobacco cigarettes, pipes, and cigars won't be returning to U.S. airlines anytime soon, new technology has made it possible to re-introduce "smoking flights" with little or no discomfort to non-smoking and smoke-adverse passengers.
This blurb provides little constructive information, but I have to say that I am not opposed to airlines allowing smokeless (what you see in the video below is water vapor), odorless (that's key), faux-cigarettes that help passengers addicted to nicotine get through a long flight.
As I've stated before, I think many airport smoking policies are in need of re-evaluation, and while I don't place this issue in the same category of concern, I just don't see a problem with allowing these sorts of devices and maybe even allowing the airlines to make some money off them during BOB and duty free sales.
What do you think?
Of course the TSA might have a problem with these potential weapons of mass destruction...