Monthly Archives: August 2014
WiFI is available throughout all JFK terminals. Daily plans are available for purchase. Wireless access is provided by Boingo Wireless Company.
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What makes this national chain a draw (other than the indulgent, sugar filled snacks)? Free WiFi. It’s a luxury taken for granted in many airports, but JFK is a bit behind. More
This duty free offers the best in luxe fragrances, fine wines and foods, and more. This massive retailer feels more like a full-service department store than a typical airport shop. It’s an experience, and both the North and South terminals offer unique experiences like beauty treatments that will have you lingering for as long as your travel plans allow.
Boston Logan offers free Wifi throughout the entire airport. Look for loganwifi or visit www.loganwifi.com to connect.
A satellite of Boston’s Harpoon Brewery, the Tap Room is a go-to for local and traveling beer snobs. Boston locals rave about the joint’s selection of IPAs, and with 4-5 Harpoon exclusive beers on tap, it might be hard to try them all in one visit. Plus, a pint will only set you back $6 or so. We see why it’s ranked as a Boston favorite year after year. More
London is home to Ted Baker, the fashion forward clothing icon. So it shouldn’t surprise it has two store fronts at the airport. Go here. Look better than everyone else on your flight. Don’t apologize.
It doesn’t get any better than pairing a fine glass of Champagne and a spoonful of caviar. It’s one of the world’s best food and wine pairings. It’s even better when it takes the mind off a long stay in an airport. Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar offers the quintessential sign of luxury — right before you take off. The menu features all the seafood classics, too. More
The kitschy giraffes out front signify a restaurant that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Both Heathrow locations are a buzz of activity and showcase a diverse breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. More