In Singapore’s revamped Terminal 1, bronze teardrops numbering exactly 1,216 hang suspended from the ceiling.
Singapore’s Changi Airport is perhaps best known for its over-the-top amenities for travelers, which include a pool, movie theater, an Internet gaming center and even a giant slide.
Nearly two years since promising it was on the way, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is now offering free Wi-Fi service with the click of a single button across its entire 6.8-million square-foot footprint.
An Atlanta airport restaurant known for blending Southern cuisine with international flavors has been picked out of 44,000 venues to be considered for a prestigious award.
Most travelers view layovers like root canals: painful but necessary. But what if these temporary time-sucks could be turned into something people actually look forward to?
By 2015 air travel will be vastly transformed due to innovations in information technology, a survey by the international communications and IT company SITA concludes.