For those times when you have a few -- or agonizingly many -- hours between flights and you just want the world to go away, one airport lets you get some shuteye right in the terminal.
As the warm summer fades, a crisp autumn takes hold with an imaginative palette.
A plane landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport skidded off an icy runway 8 a.m. Sunday, prompting officials to temporarily shut down the airport, authorities said.
Caleh Salih, 25, has traveled by rickety bus through poverty-stained India and war-torn Lebanon for her work with the non-profit International Crisis Group, "but nothing compares to the Fung Wah," she said. Shuttling every half-hour between New York's Chinatown and Boston, Fung Wah was known for being fast, cheap, and blocking access to company safety records, which, after failing several safety inspections, is what ultimately ended the company's 17-year run in early March.
It’s a scenario familiar to any skier or snowboarder: You pull out your trusty paper trail map on a snowy, windy day, only to have it flap around, rip into pieces and succumb to the soggy bounds of your gloves. "Now, though, you may be able to spare yourself the struggle.
The National Restaurant Association notes that healthful kids' meals are a top 2013 restaurant trend.
Fliers seeking a bit of fresh air, Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is raising the stakes by adding outdoor terraces, called Sky Decks, to Delta Sky Club lounges at John F. Kennedy International and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International.