It was percisely 9 in the morning, when a big, commercial aircraft took off. It's destination: The Alola Region. In it, many people had prepared for the flight ahead, and included in the crowded plane were three familliar faces. Eirika had simply fastened her seatbelt and grabbed a small brochure about their destination. The young woman considered herself very lucky that after Matt asked the organisation in the forest, they were willing to help organize this trip, to make sure they wouldn't run into any problems with their were-forms.
Matt meanwhile, had a bit of trouble with the situation. Not only did his belt not want to snap in place, but it was also the first time for him on an airship. He felt rather... unnerved at the thougth of going 2000 metres into the air with no easy way of getting back down. That is, not without some collateral damage. To his luck, due to the relatively long flight time, a monitor was installed in the back of every seat. Matt was definetely planning on sta