#43 Released

Ladies, gentlemen, undisclosed, species organic and non-organic, spectral, and offworld, this is your pilot speaking. Welcome to Andromeda Spaceways In-Flight Magazine.

We’re currently leaving Guuto-l-Exywz’s atmosphere. The outside temperature is a balmy minus 72 degrees celsius. Our trip will be approximately 40 000 words long.

We’ll soon be exiting David Conyers planet cluster and from there we’ll be jumping through several galaxies using the new Aimee Smith and Daniel Russell warp-holes. Along the way we’ll be passing several star systems which have recently been re-named including the Jason Crowe nebula, Felicity Dowker spiral arm, and David Tallerman hypergalaxy.

For those concerned, we’ll be well clear of the Carine Heidmann supernova event but you’ll still be able to see it’s brilliance as we pass through the Martin A Reed rings of Thuy.

We’ll also be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the remarkable comet simply known as Victorya that’s currently zipping through the dazzling Tracie McBride constellation.

If you look out the portals to your right – that’s the herkg side for any Dyronons – you’ll notice the famous poetry pair of asteroids, Helen Patrice and Don Webb, and what celestial bodies they are too.

All in all this is one of the most stunning and beautiful routes that you can take between any destination that Andromeda Spaceways In-Flight Magazine offers.

You will be happy to know that in-flight incident have dropped by 16.4% since staffing of a Security Marshall on all our flights and removal of all Patlorniavan food additives from our meals.

Feel free to ask the cabin crew anything, we’re here to help. We trust you have a pleasant journey and thank you for flying Andromeda Spaceways InFlight Magazine.

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