19 November 2009

Best airports to get stuck in


Hello All BlkAv8tor2003 Checking In!!!

So here is a little something I found from the Seatguru about some of the better airports in the US to get stuck in! If your stuck somewhere you need something to do and some way to keep yourself entertained for the time that your stranded!

So here is a list of the 5 best airports to get stuck in and roughly what is available to you if you get stranded for whatever reason!!!

Have a good flight and remember to "Be Proactive Not Reactive!!!"

BlkAv8tor2003

Terry Maxon/Reporter
http://www.seatguru.com/

In which airport would you like to get stranded over the holidays? SeatGuru.com, the Web service that gives advice on which seats are the best and worst on each airline's airplanes, has come up with five.
Without comment and reprinted verbatim, here's SeatGuru's list. See how it compares to your own observations:



San Francisco International Airport (SFO). SFO's highlights include the famous Boudin's Bakery (and their sourdough bread), upscale shopping at Burberry, Coach and Gucci, XpressSpa services including massages and facials, museum exhibits throughout, shower facilities and a play area for children.

Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Among other offerings, SLC offers free Wi-Fi throughout the airport, views of the Wasatch Mountains, numerous restaurants and has won awards in pollution prevention, recycling and as the best on-time airport for departures in the past.

Portland International Airport (PDX). Named Nation's Best Airport by Conde Nast Traveler three years in a row, PDX is eco-friendly (new solar panels produce electricity and the Best of Nike store is powered by 75% solar energy), has free Wi-Fi, no sales tax and local restaurants have a strong presence with eateries such as Pizza Schmizza, Rose City Cafe and Laurelwood Brewing Company calling it home.

McCarran International Airport (LAS). In addition to countless slot machines, LAS also boasts an aviation museum, massage locations, free Wi-Fi, the Jose Cuervo Tequileria, storage lockers to stash belongings, an oxygen bar, hotel souvenir shops, room check in for the MGM Grand and for long delays, it's just 5 miles from the strip.

Miami International Airport (MIA). At MIA, travelers can get manicures, pedicures, massages and even spray tanning at the JetSetter Spa, view ongoing art exhibitions, enjoy a hair cut at the salon, rent a mobile phone, and for members of the U.S. military, there's an Armed Services center for personnel that serves food and refreshments. There are also 30 dining choices including cuisine from Cuba, the Caribbean, Japan and more.