Keith, Chris, and I spent time this past weekend in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport on our way to see Keith’s brother, Kevin. It made me think of all the airports I’ve been in recently. Truthfully, I like MSP best.
It’s comfortable; there are lounge chairs — really comfy lounge chairs — in many locations. It’s quiet; most of the floor is carpeted to mute the noise of roller bags. It’s upscale; there is a mini-mall inside with more than just the usual fast food places to eat.
For the fun of it, here are my impressions of other airports I’ve passed through in recent months.
Denver: strictest security. Atlanta: craziest layout. Chicago: takes the longest time to get through security. Philadelphia: Most helpful security personnel. Tahiti: simplest. Detroit: handsomest. Cincinnati: most original boarding system. Savannah: most patriotic. South Bend: most unpredictable. Winnipeg: most utilitarian. Fargo: Cutest small town airport.
Tell me about your hometown airport. After all, you will be flying from it to fred’s grand opening on October 24 of Store One, right?