I had never been to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport before — but I had heard a lot of great things about it.
People I knew who had layovers here raved about the shopping and dining.
But I was most impressed by the technology considerations not often found at airports, let alone one of the world’s busiest.
First off, there’s free WiFi in places like food courts and gates. And just about everywhere there are convenient charging stations for folks to plug in their laptops and cell phones.
I love it.
It makes staying at the airport longer, thanks for stricter TSA regulations and security concerns, that much more manageable. I can actually be productive!
I hope other airports — like the Honolulu International Airport, which charges for Internet access — take notes. The ATL has it figured out.