Here Comes New Ideas for Airport Layover

May 25, 2015

“Oh Gosh, five-hour layover again…. I always breathe a sigh of trauma, when I hear this word. Yes! I’ve been a regular customer of the demon named as “Sir Layover.”  And, to be honest, it’s starting to creep inside my head tardily.

My first journey with Mr. Layover (I love to personalize my favorite goblin) started in 2010, when I was heading from Minneapolis airport  to New York for my family business.

It was a daunting 5-hours long layover break. And since then I’ve been haunted by numerous layover calamities. So I guess I’ve the experience to deal with this demon in the shape of “layover.”

Today, I’m focusing on the aspects of layover and how you can get the most out of this problem.


It’s Hunting Time Folks

If your layover persists for more than 5 hours, it’s time for hunting new things. You can get out of the airport & explore the beauty of layover city. If you want to catch a taste of hamburger, this is the ideal time to do it. Whether it’s visiting a museum or simply hunting the city like a hippy, these 5 hours is yours. It’s time to have a blast!

Be an Active Learner

It’s not the layover that makes you boring, it’s just the opposite. It’s the person who makes a layover tedious. The leisure time gives you plethora of time to indulge into creative parts like learning new things. When was the last time you rolled your eyes over a book or a blog on the internet? If you have no answer to it, then get the solution during this long layover. Many airports have the facilities of art exhibition and gorgeous museums. Layover may not be so hard to pass now, right?

VIP Lounge is Calling You

If you don’t want to be indulged in any activities, you can rather have some sleep. What better place to make yourself comfortable than a luxurious VIP lounge. Most airlines facilitate their clients with a one year membership card that may worth around $500. However, for the weary travelers that feel the cost is too high, airlines also offer one-time access lounge. The single trip pass may worth around $50. Trust me! It’s worth every penny you spend.

Are you a Shopaholic?

Shopping in airport may not be your cup of tea, but you may be surprised by the available resources found at an airport. Did you just forget to buy a T-shirt for your niece? Don’t worry; you can pick one up at the airport you are strolling. Don’t want anything? No problem, you won’t lose your meat with a window cleaning. Each airport offers a variety of shops & who knows you may find the item you were looking for a long time.

Have these ideas in your arsenal… So that when the problem pops up, you have the ultimate remedy of it…

Now run, you may have a flight to catch!

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