Mark Malkoff Lived on a Plane for 30 Days

Mark Malkoff Lived on a Plane for 30 Days

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Rachael Grad
Jul 13, 2009
Mark Malkoff likes to challenge the definition of "home." He's the guy who lived in an IKEA and more recently lived on an AirTran airplane for 30 days. Mark set a world record by taking 135 scheduled flights in a month — AirTran paid for Malkoff's 30-day stay and allowed him to sleep on the plane alone at night. The 30-day "plane therapy" helped Mark Malkoff get over his fear of flying... AirTran even painted a huge photo of Mark Malkoff on the side of the plane. For his 30-day stay, Mark brought two bags of toiletries and clothing. He used baby wipes to stay clean, jogged in the aisles in the morning for exercise, and washed his hair in the airplane bathroom. More Info on Mark Malkoff's AirTran Stay:Mark on AirTran websiteMark Malkoff's photos on flickrAfraid To Fly? Try Living On A Plane Related Posts:Mark Malkoff Lives in IKEA (Images: Mark Malkoff)
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