I live in the south so I’m used to pretty warm un-even temperatures. Sometimes though, the heat does get to me. I did a supplier trip and went to an even further southern state. It was ridiculously warm there the entire time. I was lucky that our hotel, supplier meetings and meals all had air conditioning. I never had to sweat to death. That is until I got onto the plane. I was in a state that was over 100 degrees and flying to our modern home state that was showing un-even temperatures in the high 90s, but obviously the plane should have used air conditioning for its passengers. Something went wrong with the plane cooling system. There was none. It was funny at first seeing people board the plane and immediately adjust their air vent. Some people were downright frantic to try and get coolingâ€¦ Nothing came out of the air vent, no airflow was possible. The whole plane ride was awful. Not only was the air temperature high, but the sun was blaring into the plane as well. It had to be over 100 degrees on the plane. The lack of cooling made most people sweaty, aromay beasts too. Of course I was in a middle seat crammed between 2 very moist seatmates. I was so gleeful to arrive to our hometown airport because I knew there would be AC. It was the longest, most horrible plane ride of our life, then cooling on a plane can make it exhausting or make it a pleasant experience. It seems the lack of is the same.