After going overseas to Istanbul this summer, I can attest to how slow and tedious travel has become. The lines to pay for a visa to enter Turkey were long and attended by two persons. One was selling visas and the other was watching a basketball game on his television. The baggage wasn’t even delivered when we cleared passport control. On the return trip to the States, the walk from the last gate at Delta’s new terminal 4 was never-ending. That’s a ridiculous distance to have to walk. Even the electric walkways, which were too short, were not all working. And this is a new terminal? The lines at Immigration were so long that we have decided to continue our travels in the future to the U.S. I can’t believe that an agent of the airline was saying that it is never like this. I fly often and it’s always like this at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.