Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Guide

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Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Chocolate: The Cure For Airport Stress

Jul 14, 2015

Travel delays got you feeling down at the airport? Indulge in some tasty chocolate! The delicious snack will not only satisfy your sweet tooth cravings but also releases feel-good endorphins. Stress be gone!

Pro Tip: If there’s a Duty Free store in your airport, check for travel retail confectionary exclusives. You can score some great deals on delicious chocolates! We love Godiva.

Image credit: By André Karwath aka Aka (Own work) [CC BY-SA 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons


Sweet Valentine’s Day Treats for Your Valentine Sweet

Feb 12, 2015

How sweet it is to be loved by you! This is your pilot speaking.

Valentine’s Day is this weekend and for those of us on the tarmac, time might be limited to find that special someone a little treat. I’ve compiled a list of places in major airports around the U.S. where you can find something special if time is tight. I have a bit of a sweet tooth and have first hand experience at most of these places. If I missed a favorite spot of yours I apologies. The list below is meant to also showcase something only found at that airport. There are two exceptions in The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Dylan’s Candy Bar which have franchises around the country. Rocky Mountain is your classic confectionery with treats for ever taste. Dylan’s offers a large selection of favorite brand name candies that you can 4314-Truffles36_79881_01v1Wmix and match as well as pre made gift boxes. A special note on Dylan’s: If you ever find yourself just east of Central Park in New York City you will find the flagship store that offers 4 stories of candy heaven. And if you happen to be flying internationally, don’t forget you can always find delicious limited edition Godiva Belgian chocolates at Duty Free Stores everywhere. Enjoy and safe travels as always!

The Aviator


savannahs applesAtlanta (ATL)

Savannah’s Candy Kitchen located in the middle of Concourse B.

Savannah’s offers a variety of hand made chocolates with a highlight in their pralines and candied apples. For Valentine’s Day the chocolate covered strawberries are a sure hit.

Chicago (MDW)

HappyTaste1- nutsonclarkNuts on Clark located in Terminal C near TSA

Nuts on Clark does many things well, offering a variety of seasoned and candied nuts. For me, their popcorn should come with a warning label for how addictive it can be. Any time I pass through Chicago my flight bag ends up with some of their caramel popcorn in it. The cheese and butter flavors are great as well. Get a tin as a Valentine’s Day gift and a bag for yourself.

Chicago (ORD)

Nuts on Clark. Terminal 1 near C19, Terminal 2 near E2, and Terminal 3 near H8.

Read above post from MDW. It’s a Chicago staple.

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Exotic Heart Collection

Vosges Chocolate near gate B6

Vosges is a designer brand chocolate with many exotic and creative flavors you won’t find many other places-a sure hit for an adventurous foodie. Some favorites of mine? Thanks for asking: Chili Powder & Dark Chocolate and Maple Bacon come to mind. For Valentine’s Day check out the truffles which are always a perfect romantic sweet.

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory near gate B14

Dallas (DFW)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory near gate D33

Natalies Candy Jar ChocolateNatalie’s Candy Jar near gate D15

A similar concept to Dylan’s, with pre-made boxes as well as the mix and match of brand name treats to give you sweet her favorite sweets.

Denver (DEN)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory near gate B52

Detroit (DTW)

Dylan’s Candy Bar across from A66; Cafe next to B18

This coffee bar also offers a chocolate case. The highlight for me are the truffles-a perfect Valentine.

Houston (IAH)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Terminal C near gate 42

Classic Red Heart With Assorted Chocolates

Classic Red Heart With Assorted Chocolates

 Los Angeles (LAX)

See’s Candy. Terminals 1,4,5, and north.

See’s Candy is distributed nation wide with headquarters in San Francisco. These old fashioned California treats are hard to resist. An assortment box will make a great Valentine’s Day gift.

Miami (MIA)

Icebox Cafe near gate D8

MIA excels in the retail of most things, but sweets seem to be lacking. In a pinch Icebox Cafe can put together a nice assortment of pastries and cookies for your Valentine.

Minneapolis (MSP)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

The center of the Minneapolis airport has an area referred to as ‘The Mall’, a large area of shopping outlets to fill a variety of needs. You will this store located in this area, and maybe something else to boot!

New York (JFK)

Dylan’s Candy Bar in Terminal 5

Salt Lake City (SLC)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Located in Terminal 1 on the second level and Terminal 2 near gate D5.

San Francisco (SFO)

Embarcadero Treats near gate G93

This stoplush_cocoa_bear_12sqsre has the feel of an international market place. Chocolates and other treats from around the world are available so you are sure to find something distinct for your well-traveled love.

See’s Candy and Ghirardelli have multiple independent locations as well as supplies in most basic stores in the airport. Both these companies were founded in the Bay Area. Find just the right gift box from either or make your own collection for your significant other.


Refillable Water Bottles Make Healthy Hydration Easy

Feb 3, 2015

New year, new you, and staying healthy means staying hydrated! Save money and go green by packing a refillable water bottle in your carry on bag. Most airports now have refill stations that make filling up easy and convenient. Just make sure those bottles are empty when you go through security!

Pro Tip: Tired of boring water? Try a Citrus Zinger bottle by Zing Anything to infuse your water with the flavors of lemon, lime, or grapefruit!

Image credit: Zinganything.com


Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Refillable Water Bottles Make Healthy Hydration Easy

Feb 3, 2015

New year, new you, and staying healthy means staying hydrated! Save money and go green by packing a refillable water bottle in your carry on bag. Most airports now have refill stations that make filling up easy and convenient. Just make sure those bottles are empty when you go through security!

Pro Tip: Tired of boring water? Try a Citrus Zinger bottle by Zing Anything to infuse your water with the flavors of lemon, lime, or grapefruit!

Image credit: Zinganything.com


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Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Chocolate: The Cure For Airport Stress

Jul 14, 2015

Travel delays got you feeling down at the airport? Indulge in some tasty chocolate! The delicious snack will not only satisfy your sweet tooth cravings but also releases feel-good endorphins. Stress be gone!

Pro Tip: If there’s a Duty Free store in your airport, check for travel retail confectionary exclusives. You can score some great deals on delicious chocolates! We love Godiva.

Image credit: By André Karwath aka Aka (Own work) [CC BY-SA 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons


Sweet Valentine’s Day Treats for Your Valentine Sweet

Feb 12, 2015

How sweet it is to be loved by you! This is your pilot speaking.

Valentine’s Day is this weekend and for those of us on the tarmac, time might be limited to find that special someone a little treat. I’ve compiled a list of places in major airports around the U.S. where you can find something special if time is tight. I have a bit of a sweet tooth and have first hand experience at most of these places. If I missed a favorite spot of yours I apologies. The list below is meant to also showcase something only found at that airport. There are two exceptions in The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Dylan’s Candy Bar which have franchises around the country. Rocky Mountain is your classic confectionery with treats for ever taste. Dylan’s offers a large selection of favorite brand name candies that you can 4314-Truffles36_79881_01v1Wmix and match as well as pre made gift boxes. A special note on Dylan’s: If you ever find yourself just east of Central Park in New York City you will find the flagship store that offers 4 stories of candy heaven. And if you happen to be flying internationally, don’t forget you can always find delicious limited edition Godiva Belgian chocolates at Duty Free Stores everywhere. Enjoy and safe travels as always!

The Aviator


savannahs applesAtlanta (ATL)

Savannah’s Candy Kitchen located in the middle of Concourse B.

Savannah’s offers a variety of hand made chocolates with a highlight in their pralines and candied apples. For Valentine’s Day the chocolate covered strawberries are a sure hit.

Chicago (MDW)

HappyTaste1- nutsonclarkNuts on Clark located in Terminal C near TSA

Nuts on Clark does many things well, offering a variety of seasoned and candied nuts. For me, their popcorn should come with a warning label for how addictive it can be. Any time I pass through Chicago my flight bag ends up with some of their caramel popcorn in it. The cheese and butter flavors are great as well. Get a tin as a Valentine’s Day gift and a bag for yourself.

Chicago (ORD)

Nuts on Clark. Terminal 1 near C19, Terminal 2 near E2, and Terminal 3 near H8.

Read above post from MDW. It’s a Chicago staple.

Image

Exotic Heart Collection

Vosges Chocolate near gate B6

Vosges is a designer brand chocolate with many exotic and creative flavors you won’t find many other places-a sure hit for an adventurous foodie. Some favorites of mine? Thanks for asking: Chili Powder & Dark Chocolate and Maple Bacon come to mind. For Valentine’s Day check out the truffles which are always a perfect romantic sweet.

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory near gate B14

Dallas (DFW)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory near gate D33

Natalies Candy Jar ChocolateNatalie’s Candy Jar near gate D15

A similar concept to Dylan’s, with pre-made boxes as well as the mix and match of brand name treats to give you sweet her favorite sweets.

Denver (DEN)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory near gate B52

Detroit (DTW)

Dylan’s Candy Bar across from A66; Cafe next to B18

This coffee bar also offers a chocolate case. The highlight for me are the truffles-a perfect Valentine.

Houston (IAH)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Terminal C near gate 42

Classic Red Heart With Assorted Chocolates

Classic Red Heart With Assorted Chocolates

 Los Angeles (LAX)

See’s Candy. Terminals 1,4,5, and north.

See’s Candy is distributed nation wide with headquarters in San Francisco. These old fashioned California treats are hard to resist. An assortment box will make a great Valentine’s Day gift.

Miami (MIA)

Icebox Cafe near gate D8

MIA excels in the retail of most things, but sweets seem to be lacking. In a pinch Icebox Cafe can put together a nice assortment of pastries and cookies for your Valentine.

Minneapolis (MSP)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

The center of the Minneapolis airport has an area referred to as ‘The Mall’, a large area of shopping outlets to fill a variety of needs. You will this store located in this area, and maybe something else to boot!

New York (JFK)

Dylan’s Candy Bar in Terminal 5

Salt Lake City (SLC)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Located in Terminal 1 on the second level and Terminal 2 near gate D5.

San Francisco (SFO)

Embarcadero Treats near gate G93

This stoplush_cocoa_bear_12sqsre has the feel of an international market place. Chocolates and other treats from around the world are available so you are sure to find something distinct for your well-traveled love.

See’s Candy and Ghirardelli have multiple independent locations as well as supplies in most basic stores in the airport. Both these companies were founded in the Bay Area. Find just the right gift box from either or make your own collection for your significant other.


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Find Your Admirals Club

Oct 1, 2014

The luxury lounge offered by American Airlines is available in more than 50 airports (including this one) worldwide. These private areas offer a mix of casual and professional amenities to transform your airport experience. Memberships are available annually (starting at $400), monthly ($99) and daily ($50).

The Admirals Club is located in…

United States & Canada:

  • Atlanta (ATL)  is located in Concourse T near Gate T10,
  • Austin (AUS) is located near Gate 13
  • Boston (BOS) is located in Terminal B, upper level and serves Gates 4-13
  • Buffalo (BUF) is located near Gate 6
  • Charlotte (CLT) is located in Concourse B (Gate 3-5), and the intersection of Concourses C & D
  • Chicago (ORD) is located in Terminal 3, Concourse G near Gate G8 and Terminal 3 in the crosswalk between Gates H6 and K6
  • Dallas (DFW) is located in Terminal A near Gate 24
  • Denver (DEN) is located in near the pedestrian bridge to main terminal
  • Honolulu (HNL) is located in the central lobby of overseas terminal .
  • Los Angeles (LAX) in Terminal 4 (Gate 40) Terminal 4 Regional Terminal (Gate C)
  • Miami (MIA)  in Concourse D (Gate D30) and (Gate D15)
  • New York (LGA) is located in Terminal D near Gate 1

Central & South America:

  • Buenos Aires (EZE) is located in Terminal B near Gate 9.
  • Caracas (CCS) is located between gates 23-24 .

Sweet Valentine’s Day Treats for Your Valentine Sweet

Feb 12, 2015

How sweet it is to be loved by you! This is your pilot speaking.

Valentine’s Day is this weekend and for those of us on the tarmac, time might be limited to find that special someone a little treat. I’ve compiled a list of places in major airports around the U.S. where you can find something special if time is tight. I have a bit of a sweet tooth and have first hand experience at most of these places. If I missed a favorite spot of yours I apologies. The list below is meant to also showcase something only found at that airport. There are two exceptions in The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Dylan’s Candy Bar which have franchises around the country. Rocky Mountain is your classic confectionery with treats for ever taste. Dylan’s offers a large selection of favorite brand name candies that you can 4314-Truffles36_79881_01v1Wmix and match as well as pre made gift boxes. A special note on Dylan’s: If you ever find yourself just east of Central Park in New York City you will find the flagship store that offers 4 stories of candy heaven. And if you happen to be flying internationally, don’t forget you can always find delicious limited edition Godiva Belgian chocolates at Duty Free Stores everywhere. Enjoy and safe travels as always!

The Aviator


savannahs applesAtlanta (ATL)

Savannah’s Candy Kitchen located in the middle of Concourse B.

Savannah’s offers a variety of hand made chocolates with a highlight in their pralines and candied apples. For Valentine’s Day the chocolate covered strawberries are a sure hit.

Chicago (MDW)

HappyTaste1- nutsonclarkNuts on Clark located in Terminal C near TSA

Nuts on Clark does many things well, offering a variety of seasoned and candied nuts. For me, their popcorn should come with a warning label for how addictive it can be. Any time I pass through Chicago my flight bag ends up with some of their caramel popcorn in it. The cheese and butter flavors are great as well. Get a tin as a Valentine’s Day gift and a bag for yourself.

Chicago (ORD)

Nuts on Clark. Terminal 1 near C19, Terminal 2 near E2, and Terminal 3 near H8.

Read above post from MDW. It’s a Chicago staple.

Image

Exotic Heart Collection

Vosges Chocolate near gate B6

Vosges is a designer brand chocolate with many exotic and creative flavors you won’t find many other places-a sure hit for an adventurous foodie. Some favorites of mine? Thanks for asking: Chili Powder & Dark Chocolate and Maple Bacon come to mind. For Valentine’s Day check out the truffles which are always a perfect romantic sweet.

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory near gate B14

Dallas (DFW)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory near gate D33

Natalies Candy Jar ChocolateNatalie’s Candy Jar near gate D15

A similar concept to Dylan’s, with pre-made boxes as well as the mix and match of brand name treats to give you sweet her favorite sweets.

Denver (DEN)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory near gate B52

Detroit (DTW)

Dylan’s Candy Bar across from A66; Cafe next to B18

This coffee bar also offers a chocolate case. The highlight for me are the truffles-a perfect Valentine.

Houston (IAH)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Terminal C near gate 42

Classic Red Heart With Assorted Chocolates

Classic Red Heart With Assorted Chocolates

 Los Angeles (LAX)

See’s Candy. Terminals 1,4,5, and north.

See’s Candy is distributed nation wide with headquarters in San Francisco. These old fashioned California treats are hard to resist. An assortment box will make a great Valentine’s Day gift.

Miami (MIA)

Icebox Cafe near gate D8

MIA excels in the retail of most things, but sweets seem to be lacking. In a pinch Icebox Cafe can put together a nice assortment of pastries and cookies for your Valentine.

Minneapolis (MSP)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

The center of the Minneapolis airport has an area referred to as ‘The Mall’, a large area of shopping outlets to fill a variety of needs. You will this store located in this area, and maybe something else to boot!

New York (JFK)

Dylan’s Candy Bar in Terminal 5

Salt Lake City (SLC)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Located in Terminal 1 on the second level and Terminal 2 near gate D5.

San Francisco (SFO)

Embarcadero Treats near gate G93

This stoplush_cocoa_bear_12sqsre has the feel of an international market place. Chocolates and other treats from around the world are available so you are sure to find something distinct for your well-traveled love.

See’s Candy and Ghirardelli have multiple independent locations as well as supplies in most basic stores in the airport. Both these companies were founded in the Bay Area. Find just the right gift box from either or make your own collection for your significant other.


Start Tracking Your Fitness (Hudson News locations)

Oct 28, 2014

Even if you can’t squeeze a workout in during a business trip or vacation, it’s good to start thinking about how to get (or stay) in shape when you come home. The Polar Beat system is the smartest training app on the market. It combines rich data analysis with heart and distance sensors to help your workouts from the planning, training and analyzing phases.

Polar offers three unique sensors. The H6 is a comfy sensor that provides accurate heart rate info to your mobile device. The H7 streams to your phone and is compatible with pieces of smart gym equipment, and the Stride is a Bluetooth device that measures speed and distance at all times.

Polar Beat sensors are available at Hudson News locations at dozens of airports, including this one.

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Collector’s Chocolate Set from Bridge Brand

Oct 19, 2014

Bring a sweet version of San Francisco home with you. Or Chicago, Philly, LA, Vegas … These Landmark special collections by bridge brands chocolate contain one, three or six signature tins showcasing the most popular images of the cities we love. Depending on the package, the tins contain either milk chocolate, dark chocolate or both. One-tin sets cost $7.50, three-tin sets cost $19.95, Six-tin sets cost $39.95.

The Landmark One-, Three-, and Six-Tin Sets are available online and at select Hudson retailers.

This great promotional offer comes from one of FlyInStyle’s trusted retailer partners.


Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Hop Over to Last-Minute Easter Gifts, Right at the Airport

Apr 7, 2017

Going home for Easter but not in the mood to pay luggage fees to pack gifts for the family? You don’t have to waste precious luggage space or worry about selecting gifts that will make it through security; these days, you can find fabulous gifts for your loved ones right at the airport, saving you shopping time and energy. Thankfully Easter is a pretty low-maintenance holiday when it comes to giving gifts (looking at you, Christmas and Hannukah), so a simple card and box of chocolates will suffice. Most stores have pre-made Easter baskets and boxes prepared, making your job even easier. If you’re feeling that extra “Spring” in your step, bring home flowers for mom – she deserves it!
Easter

Knowing where to go is half the battle. Plan some extra time at your departure airport or take a little time when you land to find yourself a chocolate shop and a Hudson Booksellers  to purchase cards. Because there are so many quality options at airports these days, you will surely find a gift to bring home for Easter that does not scream “last-minute.” Here is a list of chocolate and gift shops at various airports that will melt your heart (and theirs!):

EasterInsider Tip: While you nibble on that extra chocolate treat you picked up for yourself, use your time on the plane to express how much you care in each of the cards you picked up.  Everyone loves a heartfelt handwritten note!


Find Your Admirals Club

Oct 1, 2014

The luxury lounge offered by American Airlines is available in more than 50 airports (including this one) worldwide. These private areas offer a mix of casual and professional amenities to transform your airport experience. Memberships are available annually (starting at $400), monthly ($99) and daily ($50).

The Admirals Club is located in…

United States & Canada:

  • Atlanta (ATL)  is located in Concourse T near Gate T10,
  • Austin (AUS) is located near Gate 13
  • Boston (BOS) is located in Terminal B, upper level and serves Gates 4-13
  • Buffalo (BUF) is located near Gate 6
  • Charlotte (CLT) is located in Concourse B (Gate 3-5), and the intersection of Concourses C & D
  • Chicago (ORD) is located in Terminal 3, Concourse G near Gate G8 and Terminal 3 in the crosswalk between Gates H6 and K6
  • Dallas (DFW) is located in Terminal A near Gate 24
  • Denver (DEN) is located in near the pedestrian bridge to main terminal
  • Honolulu (HNL) is located in the central lobby of overseas terminal .
  • Los Angeles (LAX) in Terminal 4 (Gate 40) Terminal 4 Regional Terminal (Gate C)
  • Miami (MIA)  in Concourse D (Gate D30) and (Gate D15)
  • New York (LGA) is located in Terminal D near Gate 1

Central & South America:

  • Buenos Aires (EZE) is located in Terminal B near Gate 9.
  • Caracas (CCS) is located between gates 23-24 .

Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


Featured Airport of the Week: LAX

Jul 5, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth busiest airport in the world and is ever-changing and growing. With new developments including upgrading the Tom Bradley International Terminal, the airport is quickly modernizing and improving. It is a bustling airport with plenty to do and see while waiting for your next flight.

Food & DrinkLAX

LAX has the perfect mix of restaurants – chain and local; sit down and express; kid-friendly and adult-friendly. For those who haven’t quite woken up for their early flight or need a pick-me-up, there are Peet’s Coffees, Starbucks, and a Dunkin Donuts. Want a local taste of LA but aren’t leaving the airport? Try The Larder at Tavern (TBIT) – a restaurant that serves gourmet dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You also can’t go wrong with some SoCal seafood at Slapfish, located in Terminal 2. Lemonade (Terminal 5) is perfect for those on a health kick and the Corona Bar (Terminal 8) is perfect for those who are not. All in all, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for. You can find a full list of restaurants here.

ShoppingLAX

First off, there’s a MAC Cosmetics located in Terminal 6. Those who are a fan know that many local shopping malls don’t even have a MAC. Along with the makeup brands, there is a Brookstone (Terminal 1), Coach (TBIT), Michael Kors (TBIT), Sunglass Hut (Terminal 4), and many other stores that dangerously increase your chance of getting on your next flight with a few new items. Travelers can still have the same luxurious Rodeo Drive experience without leaving the airport. You can find a full list of shops here.

LAX

Art

LAX is partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to feature local artists in art exhibitions throughout the airport. Travelers will find any of these eleven exhibitions in Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Translation by Olga Lah in the TBIT is an installation of opened books that the artist uses to convey the idea of memories and how people choose to translate them. Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher is a digital exhibition in Terminal 3 that is also open to the public. Only some exhibitions are permanent so be sure to check all of them out while you can!

Beyond the AirportLAX

LAX is located in the heart of LA and for that reason, you must explore the city if you have a few hours between flights. For a classic LA experience, head to the In-N-Out in Westchester and watch the planes flying in-n-out of LAX. The Manhattan Beach Pier is a 10-minute ride from the airport where you can grab a picnic lunch and take in the views. Perfect for children is the Flight Path Learning Center And Museum located in the LAX Imperial Terminal (separate from the main airport). The museum depicts the history of the airport and customers gain access for free.

Fun fact: LAX recently opened a VIP Terminal. The terminal is insanely luxurious, exclusive… and you guessed it, expensive!

 

 

 

 


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