Proud Kindle/iPad owners, nothing to see here – move on please. For competent in-flight sleepers, all the power to you. I’m jealous because I can’t get much shut-eye at all on an airplane. Go away. So here is the question, what do you think is a good magazine to read up in the air? I love to read non-fictions and used to carry them with me. But two of them make a heavy backpack on top of my laptop. And it's a challenge when one is seriously sleep deprived to try to read anything heavy. Then it comes to magazines. New Yorker or Economist doesn’t cut it. I might as well just read books. Time is great – but it’s sort of light in volume and I tend to finish them way too quickly sometimes before we reach the cruising altitude. People and all its lowlier imitators are great guilty pleasures. But that’s for a 5 minute glance pre-flight. They can’t sustain 10+ hour flights. They do get boring too. Plus, what does it say about my image as a self-conscious socially awkward married middle aged man? For the stares I’ll get, I should just pick up a Maxim… Fortune and Business Week seems to do it for me. But it’s all business. Please, don’t mention Conde Nast Traveler, or Departure, or Webflyer. I do like reading them. But I can’t do it sitting in 56B. It feels wrong that someone can travel in style, when my company doesn’t like to pay for it. I haven’t tried Vanity Fairs. Maybe that’s it? So here you go: what magazines should I consider for my next trip? The website says it’s 25 hours total in duration. Somehow in my brain that feels like 250 hours. Help please. P.S., I know there is channel 9, IFE and Wi-Fi all that. I just can’t seem to fill all the 250 hours with these alone.