I know in my case, I tend not to spend a huge amount of time just hanging-around airports. I get there just in time to make my flight, and run-off just as soon as the plane lands. But there are often times some pretty interesting things to explore at the airport, if you can make some time. I dropped my wife off at the airport recently, and then took some time to walk around. Despite ATL being my home airport, there’s a lot I haven’t explored there.
In the South Terminal, between baggage claim and the ticket counters, there are a few cases filled with WWII aviation memorabilia. Lots of model planes, identification cards, medals, etc. Good stuff!
This was an interesting pamphlet, designed to help people of all walks of life understand what they could do to help support the war effort.
This one seemed a bit odd to me. If the planes have already made it over US soil and our radar or military warning systems didn’t notice…I don’t see how some kids on a hill top are really going to do much good.
While I’ve never flown with a dog, people do it all the time. I’d never given a moment’s thought to where they’d go potty. Well ATL put in a small dog park after the recent addition of the rental car train.
Do you have anything interesting at your home airport?