With a little research and the help of Eater’s Airport Dining Guides, you can get a better idea of what’s available without wandering all over the airport, wasting precious time. Continue reading Find Out Where To Eat At Airports With Eater’s Updated Dining Guides
With the help of Eater’s Airport Dining Guides, you can get a little help to see what’s available without wandering all over the airport. Continue reading Find Out Where To Eat At Airports Around The US with Eater
Have you ever wondered why airports have carpet?
I can’t say that I have but one might think that non-carpeted floors would be easier to clean and maintain. I’d also guess that carpets in airports need to frequently be replaced due to wear and tear. Continue reading Ever Wonder Why Airports Have Carpet?
Last week I received an e-mail from rideshare service Juno which announced that they were now available at NYC airports.
While I’ve never used them, I had heard good things about the company and that their prices were cheaper than rivals like Uber and Lyft.
Competition is usually a good thing so I figured that having another rideshare at JFK and LGA could only help to bring down the cost of a ride home from the airport. Continue reading Rideshare Service Juno Available at NYC Airports!
Rideshare services like Uber have definitely disrupted the transportation industry. They’ve proven to be quite popular, giving users the ability to request a ride with a few clicks on their phone while also getting better prices than taxis.
There are a bunch of rideshare services out there. I’ve only used Uber and Lyft but I’ve heard good things about Juno (from an Uber driver!) a while back. Continue reading Is Rideshare Service Juno Now Available at NYC Airports?
Following the right Twitter accounts can be helpful in many ways.
I’ve found Twitter helpful for finding deals, getting news, entering (and winning) contests and for a variety of other things.
Up until now the New York area airports ( EWR, JFK, LGA & SWF) have all shared a Twitter account (@NY_NJairports). Continue reading New York Area Airports Get New Twitter Accounts
Over the years Kim and I have taken part in New York Restaurant Week a few times, allowing us to dine at pricey restaurants for a more wallet-friendly price. While Restaurant Week can offer some good deals due to the prix-fixe menu, it isn’t always the best option due to limited menus.
I recently received an e-mail from HMSHost about an event they’ll be running throughout October- Airport Restaurant Month. Continue reading October is HMSHost Airport Restaurant Month
In July 2016 Lucas and I headed to Cancun, Mexico for our first summer trip.
It was a destination I wouldn’t have selected, however you can’t be overly picky when you win a trip online!
On our way home, Lucas and I were hungry. While wandering around the airport, I was really impressed by how new the terminal was. There were also a variety of dining options but one stood out that I had to try.
The Marketplace By Wolfgang Puck offers a variety of options but when I saw them making pizzas to order, I had to try one out. Continue reading Impressive Airport Pizza by Wolfgang Puck at CUN
A couple of days back a Delta Airlines plane landed at the wrong airport in South Dakota. The mishap is now being investigated by the NTSB.
The plane took off from Minneapolis- St Paul Airport (MSP) and was heading for Rapid City Airport (RAP). Continue reading Delta Airlines Plane Lands At WRONG Airport
Earlier in the month I wrote about how American Airlines was spending $4 million to speed up the lines at the airport.
With the airport security lines the responsibility of the TSA, you might wonder why an airline would spend their money to help out.
Well, I think I came across 70,000 reasons why… Continue reading 70,000 Reasons Why American Airlines Is Spending $4 Million At Airports