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Four Airports That Will Add Some Jazz To Your Next Flight

Apr 28, 2017

Live music is one of the newest trends at airports these days, making for a more entertaining layover or delay. Yes, you are reading that right. Music helps create a more localized and relaxed experience without having to leave the terminal.  We’re game for anything that helps make the trip less stressful and more memorable.

Here are four airports that will have you jammin’ til your flight takes off:

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport 

Live Music in the Austin Airport.

Austin is the Live Music Capital of the World, so it is only fitting that Austin-Bergstrom has its own live music scene. Monday through Friday, local musicians perform at various locations through the airport. What better way to start or end a visit to Austin, than hearing local musicians play while sipping on a brew? 

Performances are held in the Barbara Jordan Terminal:

  • Earl Campbell’s Sports Bar (Gate 13)
  • Waterloo Records / Austin City Limits (Gate 13)
  • The Saxon Pub and Grub (Gate 5)
  • Annie’s Cafe & Bar (Gate 18)

Check out a detailed list of performances here

Nashville International Airport

Nashville, otherwise known as The Music City.

This airport has held live music performances in its concourses since 1988. (Hello, trendsetters!) Any travelers who find themselves waiting to depart at BNA have a good chance at a free performance from one of the Music City’s finest. All types of music are performed at six different stages in locations throughout the airport, so if you’re a frequent flyer based in the Nashville area you will always have something to tap your feet to.

Check out a detailed list of performances here.

Pittsburgh International Airport 

 

Baggage claim just became a lot more interesting in PIT.

Waiting for friends and family to arrive at this airport won’t seem like such a hassle anymore, especially if there is a delay or a lost bag claim to file. (On Thursdays, that is.) As part of a new Performing Arts Series, local musicians will be performing in Baggage Claim every Thursday. So park your car in short term parking and head inside; you will have a violinist’s melody to soothe you as pass the time waiting for your loved one.

Check out a detailed list of performances here.

Seattle–Tacoma International Airport

SeaTac Airport.

In an effort to showcase the Northeast’s music culture through the City of Music program, SeaTac has enhanced its airport environment with constant music. And we love it. There is live music in multiple locations throughout the terminal every day of the week. Also, strategically placed speakers will be broadcasting music by over 240 Northwest artists. If you have time, you might check out the music-themed art exhibits also. A delayed flight wouldn’t be the worst thing at this airport!

Check out a detailed list of performances here.

Tweet us @flyinstyleapp about any live music tips at other airports! #shopdinerelax


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


Chowder Up at Ivar’s Seafood Bar

Feb 24, 2015

Seattle is known for its seafood so a visit to SeaTac should get you started on your foodie journey.  Here you can sample the ocean at Ivar’s Seafood Bar. Northwest chowders, seafood cocktails, grilled seafood, salmon, scallops, clams, and fish and chips are some of the entrees available to hungry travels. Running late? No worries. All items are available to take on your flight, and breakfast is also served in the morning in case you ran out of the house on an empty stomach.

Pro Tip: Know what’s better than an Egg and Cheese Sandwich? A Dungeness Crab, Egg, and Cheese Sandwich. Order up!

Location: Central Terminal at Seattle Airport (SEA)

Image credit: Yelp.com; Andrew H.



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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


Chowder Up at Ivar’s Seafood Bar

Feb 24, 2015

Seattle is known for its seafood so a visit to SeaTac should get you started on your foodie journey.  Here you can sample the ocean at Ivar’s Seafood Bar. Northwest chowders, seafood cocktails, grilled seafood, salmon, scallops, clams, and fish and chips are some of the entrees available to hungry travels. Running late? No worries. All items are available to take on your flight, and breakfast is also served in the morning in case you ran out of the house on an empty stomach.

Pro Tip: Know what’s better than an Egg and Cheese Sandwich? A Dungeness Crab, Egg, and Cheese Sandwich. Order up!

Location: Central Terminal at Seattle Airport (SEA)

Image credit: Yelp.com; Andrew H.



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Four Airports That Will Add Some Jazz To Your Next Flight

Apr 28, 2017

Live music is one of the newest trends at airports these days, making for a more entertaining layover or delay. Yes, you are reading that right. Music helps create a more localized and relaxed experience without having to leave the terminal.  We’re game for anything that helps make the trip less stressful and more memorable.

Here are four airports that will have you jammin’ til your flight takes off:

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport 

Live Music in the Austin Airport.

Austin is the Live Music Capital of the World, so it is only fitting that Austin-Bergstrom has its own live music scene. Monday through Friday, local musicians perform at various locations through the airport. What better way to start or end a visit to Austin, than hearing local musicians play while sipping on a brew? 

Performances are held in the Barbara Jordan Terminal:

  • Earl Campbell’s Sports Bar (Gate 13)
  • Waterloo Records / Austin City Limits (Gate 13)
  • The Saxon Pub and Grub (Gate 5)
  • Annie’s Cafe & Bar (Gate 18)

Check out a detailed list of performances here

Nashville International Airport

Nashville, otherwise known as The Music City.

This airport has held live music performances in its concourses since 1988. (Hello, trendsetters!) Any travelers who find themselves waiting to depart at BNA have a good chance at a free performance from one of the Music City’s finest. All types of music are performed at six different stages in locations throughout the airport, so if you’re a frequent flyer based in the Nashville area you will always have something to tap your feet to.

Check out a detailed list of performances here.

Pittsburgh International Airport 

 

Baggage claim just became a lot more interesting in PIT.

Waiting for friends and family to arrive at this airport won’t seem like such a hassle anymore, especially if there is a delay or a lost bag claim to file. (On Thursdays, that is.) As part of a new Performing Arts Series, local musicians will be performing in Baggage Claim every Thursday. So park your car in short term parking and head inside; you will have a violinist’s melody to soothe you as pass the time waiting for your loved one.

Check out a detailed list of performances here.

Seattle–Tacoma International Airport

SeaTac Airport.

In an effort to showcase the Northeast’s music culture through the City of Music program, SeaTac has enhanced its airport environment with constant music. And we love it. There is live music in multiple locations throughout the terminal every day of the week. Also, strategically placed speakers will be broadcasting music by over 240 Northwest artists. If you have time, you might check out the music-themed art exhibits also. A delayed flight wouldn’t be the worst thing at this airport!

Check out a detailed list of performances here.

Tweet us @flyinstyleapp about any live music tips at other airports! #shopdinerelax


SeaTac Free Wifi

Sep 13, 2014

There is free WiFi located throughout SeaTac. Simply log into the free SeaTac WiFi network to begin surfing.


Charge Your Device (Concourses A, B & S)

Sep 13, 2014

Under seat power outlets are available at almost every A, B and S gate in SeaTac. This service will be installed soon at C, D and N gates.


A Quick Mani and a Pedi (Concourse C)

Sep 13, 2014

Butter London is a small beauty sanctuary in the middle of SeaTac. This international cosmetics brand offers quick manicures and pedicures for travelers on the go. The waterless treatments are more than respectable and allow for a quick spa experience before boarding. Plus, you can pick up your favorite lacquers and cosmetics to take with you.

Butter London is located in Concourse C near gate C1.

Photo courtesy of Polish Insomniac  



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.

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


Beats Executive: Headphones for the exclusive traveler (InMotion locations)

Oct 23, 2014

The Beats Executive headphones will take you from the boardroom to the jet lounge. The legendary sound quality of these headphones has been redesigned with the traveler in mind for this set. They balance noise canceling technology with comfort needed for transatlantic flights, and the signature Beats by Dr. Dre sound profile. This Executive box includes batteries, audio cable, airline adapter, Apple remote microphone, hard shell carrying case and a Beats by Dr. Dre cleaning cloth.

Beats Executive Headphones are available at In Motion retailers at dozens of airports, including this one. Click here for a full list.

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



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