Flight Delay in Washington, DC

Flight Delay in Washington, DC 

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Serving over twenty million passengers annually with connections to Toronto, San Francisco, Miami, Seattle, New York, Nassau, Boston, and beyond, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is the Capital’s gateway to the nation and beyond. If your travels have brought you here to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Dining

With over forty eateries, kitchens, restaurants, and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as Georgetown Gourmet Market (Terminal C), Green Beans Coffee (Terminal B), the Great American Bagel Bakery (Terminal B), Lickety Split (Terminal B), and Taylor Gourmet (Terminal B / C). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and table service, there are multiple options, including Wolfgang Puck Bar & Bites (New Concourse), Tagliare (Terminal A), Reservoir (Terminal A), Magic Pan (Terminal B / C), and American Tap Room (Terminal C), just to name a few. 

https://www.flyreagan.com/shopping-dining-advanced-directory

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there are also the American Airlines Admirals Club (Terminal B, C), Delta Air Lines Sky Club (Terminal B), and the United Club (Terminal B) providing food, drink, wifi, ample seating arrangements, and plenty of space to unwind, read, study, or nap before your flight. If you are not a member of Delta, Alaska, or United’s loyalty programs, inquire about the policy on purchasing a one-day pass as a passenger of their airline or of a partnered/alliance airline.

https://www.flyreagan.com/travel-information/services-amenities/airline-lounges

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. These include Brighton (National Hall), America! (National Hall), Brooks Brothers (National Hall), InMotion (New Concourse, National Hall), Smithsonian Museum Store (National Hall), and TUMI (National Hall). 

https://www.flyreagan.com/shopping-dining-advanced-directory

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Flight Delay in Times Square, NY

Flight Delay in Times Square, NY

John F. Kennedy International Airport. One of the big three airports that serve the New York Metro, with over sixty million passengers annually, working with over ninety airlines and with nonstop flights to all six inhabited continents, John F. Kennedy International Airport is the world’s great gateway to the Big Apple. If your travels have brought you here to JFK with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at John F. Kennedy International Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around JFK.

Dining

With over one hundred (!) eateries, kitchens, restaurants, and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at John F. Kennedy International Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, John F. Kennedy International Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as World Bean (Terminal 2, 5), Tuscany Cafe (Terminal 1), Panini Express (Terminal 1), La Brea Bakery (Terminal 4), Cibo Express Gourmet Market (Terminal 2, 5, 8), and Aunt Butchie’s Bakery Cafe (Terminal 5) . For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and table service, there are multiple options, including Uptown Brasserie (Terminal 4), Shiso (Terminal 2), Piquillo (Terminal 5), Le Grand Comptoir (Terminal 4, 7), Cascata (Terminal 8), and 5ive Steak (Terminal 5), just to name a few.  

https://www.jfkairport.com/at-airport/shops-restaurants-and-services

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at John F. Kennedy International Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there are also the Air France, Lufthansa Lounges (Terminal 1), Delta Sky Club (Terminal 2, 4), Air India, El Al King David, Emirates, Etihad, Virgin Clubhouse and Swiss Lounges (Terminal 4), and the British Airways Concorde Lounge (Terminal 7) providing food, drink, wifi, ample seating arrangements, and plenty of space to unwind, read, study, or nap before your flight. If you are not a member of these airlines’ loyalty programs, there is also the Wingtips lounge in Terminal 4 that offers the same amenities with the purchase of a one-time pass.

https://www.jfkairport.com/at-airport/shops-restaurants-and-services

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at JFK. These include Brooks Brothers (Terminal 4), Sound (Terminal 5), TUMI (Terminal 1), Tech On The Go (Terminal 7), Tag Heuer/MontBlanc (Terminal 8), Heritage Books (Terminal 5), and CNBC News (Terminal 5), among many others. 

https://www.jfkairport.com/at-airport/shops-restaurants-and-services

Around Times Square

Travelers with a stopover long enough to see a little of Times Square before their next flight might be unsure what they can see in the neighborhood in such a short amount of time. Here are some of our favorite highlights of Times Square that can be enjoyed in under a day and still have you back at the gate in time. Truthfully, while it is the exciting lights and backdrop of Times Square that is enough to take in and write home about, after you’ve got the obligatory photos, we recommend the many restaurants in this area as the next item to tell all about at your next destination. Celebrated venues include, Sake Bar Hagi, the Russian Vodka Room, or Toloache, with yet other New York classics such as pizza by the slice, New York hot dogs and hearty bagels can also be found at vendors throughout the area.

https://www.timessquarenyc.org/locations/dining

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Flight Delay in Seattle, WA

Flight Delay in Seattle, WA

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Operating flights throughout North America, Europe and Asia among over 110 destinations with thirty four airlines, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the primary hub for Alaska Airlines and the world’s gateway to the American Pacific Northwest. If your travels have brought you here to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Dining

With over forty-five eateries, kitchens, restaurants and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as Caffe D’arte (A, N Gates), Capitol Hill Food Hall (A Gates), Dilettante Mocha Cafe (Central Terminal), and Camden Food Co (D Gates). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and table service, there are multiple options, including Africa Lounge (A Gates), Ballard Brew Hall (D Gates), Floret by Cafe Flora (A Gates), and Skillet (N Gates), just to name a few.  

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there is a large number of lounges throughout the airport, for airline loyalty program members, those flying with certain airlines or even those flying with partner airlines/alliance airlines, including the United Club (A Gates), Centurion Lounge (B Gates), Alaska Lounge (C, D, N Gates), Delta Sky Club (A Gates), and British Airways Terraces Lounge (S Gates). For those who are not members or not eligible for any of these lounges, there is also The Club at SEA, where travelers may purchase a day pass, located at both the A Gates and the S Gates.

https://www.portseattle.org/services-amenities/airport-lounges

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. These include Coach (Central Terminal), Elliott Bay Book Company (C Gates), InMotion Entertainment (A, D Gates), Made in Washington (Central Terminal), MAC (Central Terminal), and TUMI (B Gates). Aside from these, there are also Power Bank, headphone, and travel adapters sold throughout the airport, as well as the Terminal Getaway Series (A, C Gates), great for travelers who want to unwind before a long flight. For those families who want to unwind before/after a long journey, there is also The Children’s Play Area, near Gate A1.

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Flight Delay in San Francisco, CA

Flight Delay in San Francisco, CA

San Francisco International Airport. A major hub for United Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Trans-Pacific aviation and serving destinations such as London, Hong Kong, Seoul, Toronto, Paris, Singapore, Shanghai, Frankfurt, Honolulu, New York, Chicago, and beyond, San Francisco International Airport is the Bay Area’s most esteemed gateway to the world. If your travels have brought you here to San Francisco International Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at San Francisco International Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around San Francisco International Airport.

Dining

With over fifty eateries, kitchens, restaurants, and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at San Francisco International Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, San Francisco International Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as Bistrot Bay Area (Harvey Milk Terminal 1), Black Point Cafe (International Terminal A), Boudin Bakery (International Terminal), Dogpatch Bakehouse and Caffe (Terminal 2), Green Beans Coffee (Terminal 3), and a wide selection for those on the move at Napa Farms Market (International Terminal, Terminal 2). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and table service, there are multiple options, including Union Street Gastropub (Terminal 3), Valencia Street Station (International Terminal), Lark Creek Grill (Terminal 2), Cat Cora (Terminal 2), and Bourbon Pub (Harvey Milk Terminal 1), just to name a few.  

https://www.flysfo.com/shop-dine-relax/dining

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at San Francisco International Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there is a large number of lounges throughout the airport, for airline loyalty program members, those flying with certain airlines or even those flying with partner airlines/alliance airlines, including the American Airlines Admirals Club (Harvey Milk Terminal 1), American Express – Centurion Lounge (Terminal 3), British Airways Lounge, Air France – KLM Lounge,  Cathay Pacific Lounge, China Airlines Lounge, Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge, Virgin Atlantic ClubHouse Lounge (International Terminal), Delta Sky Club, Alaska Airlines Lounge (Terminal 2), and the United Clubs, (Terminal 3, International Terminal).

https://www.flysfo.com/flight-info/lounges

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at San Francisco International Airport. These include Burberry (International Terminal), Chalo (Terminal 3), Compass Books (Terminal 2, 3), InMotion (Terminal 3, International Terminal), and Sunglass Hut (Terminal 2, 3), among many others. Aside from these, there are also the children’s playgrounds in Terminal 2 and 3, as well as the museum exhibits throughout the airport. 

https://www.flysfo.com/shop-dine-relax/shopping

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Flight Delay in Salt Lake City, UT

Flight Delay in Salt Lake City, UT

Salt Lake City International Airport. A major hub for Delta Air Lines, and a crossroads for the Mountain West region between 343 departures among ninety three cities across North America and Europe, Salt Lake City International Airport is increasingly one of the American West’s great connections to the world. If your travels have brought you here to Salt Lake City International Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at Salt Lake City International Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around Salt Lake City International Airport.

Dining

With over twenty eateries, kitchens, restaurants and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at Salt Lake City International Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, Salt Lake City International Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as Beans and Brews Coffeehouse (Concourse A), Bruges Belgian Bistro (Concourse A), Granato’s Gourmet Market (Terminal Plaza), and Gourmandise:Euro Diner and Bakery (Concourse B). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and table service, there are multiple options, including Uinta Brewing Company (Concourse B), White Horse Spirits and Kitchen (Concourse A), and Squatters Pub Brewery (Concourse A), just to name a few.  

https://slcairport.com/dining-and-shopping/

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at Salt Lake City International Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there is but the Delta Air Lines Delta Sky Club (Main Terminal, Concourse A), providing food, drink, wifi, ample seating arrangements, and plenty of space to unwind, read, study, or nap before your flight. If you are not a member of Delta Airlines’ loyalty program, inquire about the policy on purchasing a one-day pass as a passenger of their airline or of a partnered/alliance airline.

https://www.delta.com/us/en/airports/united-states/salt-lake-city-sky-club-airport-map

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at Salt Lake City International Airport. These include Coach (Concourse A), Deseret News (Concourse A), InMotion Entertainment (Concourse B), MAC (Terminal Plaza), LEGO (Concourse A), and TUMI (Terminal Plaza). Also consider the XpresSpa in Concourse A, a great place for travelers to enjoy massages, facials, or pedicures before a long flight. 

https://slcairport.com/dining-and-shopping/

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Flight Delay in Sacramento, CA

Flight Delay in Sacramento, CA

Sacramento International Airport. With destinations including Vancouver, Guadalajara, New York, Hawaii, Mexico City, Cabo, Atlanta, Chicago, and beyond, Sacramento International Airport is the Sacramento area’s gateway to the nation and the world. If your travels have brought you here to Sacramento International Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment and services here at Sacramento International Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around Sacramento International Airport.

Dining

With over sixteen eateries, kitchens, restaurants and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at Sacramento International Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, Sacramento International Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters (Terminal B), Peet’s Coffee and Tea (Terminal A, B), and quick on the move selections at Farm to Fork to Sky Market (Terminal B). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and waiter service, there are multiple options, including Esquire Grill (Terminal B), Burgers and Brew for local produce and beers (Terminal B), Vino Volo (Terminal A, B), and Iron Horse Tavern (Terminal A) just to name a few.  

https://sacramento.aero/smf/dining-and-shopping/dining

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at Sacramento International Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there is the Escape Lounge series providing food, drink, wifi, ample seating arrangements, and plenty of space to unwind, read, study, or nap before your flight. 

https://escapelounges.com/us/locations/sacramento-terminal-a/

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at Sacramento International Airport. These include Baggallini (Terminal A) for any last-minute luggage or wallet purchases, InMotion Entertainment (Terminal A, B) for technology supplies and products, Travel + Well (Terminal A, B) for fitness and medicine needs and the Sactown Magazine Market (Terminal B) for reading material and snacks before takeoff. 

https://sacramento.aero/smf/dining-and-shopping/shopping

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Flight Delay in Richmond, VA

Flight Delay in Richmond, VA

Richmond International Airport. Providing service to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Houston, Chicago, Orlando, New York, and beyond, Richmond International Airport is Virginia’s gateway to every corner of the nation. If your travels have brought you here to Richmond International Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at Richmond International Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around Richmond International Airport.

Dining

Among ten eateries, kitchens, restaurants and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at Richmond International Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, Richmond International Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move who need their caffeine boost before takeoff will enjoy the Caribou Coffee locations in both Concourse A and Concourse B, hearty local burgers and fries at Cheeburger Cheeburger (Concourse B), and sustaining breakfast and brunch options at The Market on Broad (Concourse A). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and waiter service, there are multiple options, including Sam Adams Celebrates Richmond for all-American selections (Concourse B) , Club Level Grill (Concourse B), and Cross Grain Brewhouse (Concourse A).  

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at Richmond International Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there is but the USO Lounge for those active military members who are traveling, in the Reserve forces, a family dependent of a military service member, active, or retired. However, if you are not in any of the listed categories, worry not. There is also ample seating around the airport overlooking the runways. Groups traveling can also rent out the conference rooms at Richmond International Airport’s business center. 

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at Richmond International Airport. These include Hudson News, offering over 500 popular periodicals, clothing of local sports teams and small travel size snacks and hand sanitizer for your flight, as well as neighboring Hudson Booksellers, boasting over four hundred titles! Last but not least there is the Discover Virginia store, offering specialities and souvenirs of every part of the Commonwealth of Virginia, a great last stop to pick up something to remember your time here in Virginia. Travelers with pets can also sit for a while in the grassy oasis area between the parking garage and the terminal.

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Flight Delay in Raleigh, NC

Flight Delay in Raleigh, NC

Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Connecting the Research Triangle and North Carolina to London, Paris, Toronto, Montreal, Cancun, New York, Seattle, Los Angeles, and beyond, Raleigh-Durham International Airport is steadily becoming a major air travel hub for the Carolinas and the South, continuing to punch well above its weight in destinations served and in its modern amenities. If your travels have brought you here to Raleigh-Durham International Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at Raleigh-Durham International Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around Raleigh-Durham International Airport.

Dining

With over a dozen eateries, kitchens, restaurants, and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at Raleigh-Durham International Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, Raleigh-Durham International Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as La Farm Bakery + Cafe (Terminal 2), Bruegger’s Bagels (Terminal 2), La Tapenade (Terminal 1), Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina (Terminal 1), and Starbucks (Terminal 1). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and table service, there are multiple options, including ACC American Cafe (Terminal 1), 42nd St. Oyster Bar (Terminal 2), Raleigh Taproom (Terminal 2), and Whisky River (Terminal 2), just to name a few.  

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at Raleigh-Durham International Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there are also the American Airlines Admirals Club (Terminal 2), Delta Air Lines Sky Club (Terminal 2), and the United Club (Terminal 2) providing food, drink, wifi, ample seating arrangements, and plenty of space to unwind, read, study, or nap before your flight. If you are not a member of Delta, Alaska or United’s loyalty programs, inquire about the policy on purchasing a one-day pass as a passenger of their airline or of a partnered/alliance airline.

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. These include Marshall Rousso (Terminal 1), 5th and Sunset (Terminal 2), City Market News (Terminal 2), InMotion (Terminal 2), WRAL Travel Store (Terminal 2), and Raleigh-Durham Duty Free (Terminal 2). Also of interest are the 24-Hour Flower vending machines in both terminals, as well as the XpresSpa, where travelers can enjoy massages, pedicures and manicures before their flight.

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Flight Delay in Queens, NY

Flight Delay in Queens, NY 

LaGuardia Airport. The smallest of the big three airports that serve the New York Metro, with over eight million passengers annually flying from Toronto, Atlanta, Miami, Chicago, Detroit, Boston, and beyond, LaGuardia Airport continues to be one of New York’s major gateway’s to the nation. If your travels have brought you here to LaGuardia Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at LaGuardia Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around LaGuardia Airport.

Dining

With over forty eateries, kitchens, restaurants and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at LaGuardia Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, LaGuardia Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as World Bean (Terminal D), Irving Farm Coffee Roasters (Terminal B), Cibo Express Gourmet Market (Terminal D), and H&H Bagels (Terminal D). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and table service, there are multiple options, including Kombu (Terminal C), Tap & Pour (Terminal B), Wibar (Terminal C, D), Mulberry Street (Terminal B), Bisoux (Terminal D), and Artichoke (Terminal C), just to name a few.  

https://www.laguardiaairport.com/at-airport/shops-restaurants-and-services

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at LaGuardia Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there are also the Delta Sky Club (Terminal C, D) and the American Express Centurion Lounge (Terminal B) providing food, drink, wifi, ample seating arrangements, and plenty of space to unwind, read, study, or nap before your flight. If you are not a member of Delta Airline’s loyalty programs, inquire about the policy on purchasing a one-day pass as a passenger of their airline or of a partnered/alliance airline.

https://www.laguardiaairport.com/at-airport/shops-restaurants-and-services

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at LaGuardia Airport. These include Sunglass Hut (Terminal C), TUMI (Terminal C), MAC (Terminal B), Hudson (Terminal B), and Gotham News (Terminal B).

https://www.laguardiaairport.com/at-airport/shops-restaurants-and-services

Around Queens 

If your layover/stopover is long enough to allow for brief sight-seeing while in Queens, there are some attractions that can be enjoyed under a day. Via Uber or a Taxi, Flushing’s Chinatown and Flushing Meadows Corona Park are two great highlights of the city, filled with activity, delicious food, and some of Queens’s most famous attractions. While the major institutions resident in the Flushings Meadow Corona Park area might be too much for under a day, simply strolling around either of these areas is a great way to see some of the best of Queens.

https://www.nycgo.com/attractions/flushing-meadows-corona-park

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Flight Delay in Portland, OR

Flight Delay in Portland, OR

Portland International Airport. A hub for Alaska Airlines, and today providing connections throughout North America, Germany, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, and Iceland, Portland International Airport is increasingly becoming one of the Pacific Northwest’s premier (and most highly rated!) centers for air travel. If your travels have brought you here to Portland International Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at Portland International Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around Portland International Airport.

Dining

With over twenty eateries, kitchens, restaurants and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at Portland International Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, Portland International Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as Blue Star Donuts and Coffee (Concourse E), Portland Coffee Roasters (Concourse C), Stumptown Coffee Roasters (Concourse C, E), Potbelly Sandwich Shop (Concourse C), and the famous selection at the Tillamook Market (Concourse E). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and table service, there are multiple options, including Deschutes Brewery (Concourse D), Juliett (Concourse E), and Henry’s Tavern (Concourse C) just to name a few.  

https://www.flypdx.com/Shops-Dining#/category/restaurants

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at Portland International Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there are also the Alaska Lounge (Concourse C), United Club (Concourse E), and Delta Sky Club (Concourse D), providing food, drink, wifi, ample seating arrangements, and plenty of space to unwind, read, study, or nap before your flight. If you are not a member of Delta, Alaska or United’s loyalty programs, inquire about the policy on purchasing a one-day pass as a passenger of their airline or of a partnered/alliance airline.

https://www.delta.com/us/en/airports/united-states/portland-sky-club-airport-map

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at Portland International Airport. These include The Oregonian News (Concourse E), Your Northwest Travel Mart (Concourse C, D, E), Columbia Sportswear Company (Concourse C), InMotion Entertainment (Concourse D), and Calliope (Concourse E). In addition, there is also a Kids Play Area in Concourse D for those families who want to unwind and recharge in a safe and festive area before/after a long flight.

https://www.flypdx.com/Shops-Dining#/category/retail

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