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SaffronStays boss reserves short flights for sleeping; enjoys movies & conversations during longer trips

When Tejas Parulekar travels for meetings, she utilises flight time for making notes.
When Tejas Parulekar travels for meetings, she utilises flight time for making notes.
SaffronStays founder Tejas Parulekar has a different set of plans for short and long haul flights. In an interview with ET Panache, she revealed the one thing she enjoys more than anything else while flying.

“If it’s a short flight, I like to sleep or read a book. If I’m travelling for a meeting, I collect my thoughts and make notes. On longer journeys, I like to watch movies. However, the best thing to do while travelling is to speak to co-passengers. You always get interesting inputs and ideas when you talk to people. But speak to the person next to you only if s/he wishes to speak. Don’t badger some reluctant listener.”

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