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Stuck in an Airport: The Best Ones
When I flew back from Taiwan on my way to Albuquerque, N.M., I had a scheduled eight-hour (or more) layover in Minneapolis, Minn. The best part was the convenience of the rented luggage cart. Pick up was right where the bags came off the conveyor belt. Drop off was at the gate of my connecting flight. In between my landing and takeoff, I spent a good deal of the time sleeping with my feet propped up on my carry-ons piled on the cart. It doesn't take much to make me happy.
There are airports that crank it up a notch or two to create great layover spots. These are the places recently named as the best of the best for places to be stuck for a while in Forbes Traveler. Click on each link to find out what's the reason. If you happen to be somewhere bored of waiting, take photos. That's what nashsnazzy did. I like the black and white.
- Changi International Airport, Singapore
- Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong
- Dallas/ Ft. Worth International Airport, Dallas, Texas
- Zurich Airport, Kloten, Switzerland
- Munich International Airport, Munich, Germany
- Incheon International Airport, Seoul, South Korea
- Central Japan International Airport, Ise Bay, Japan
- Lufthansa First Class Terminal, Frankfurt, Germany