Each Sunday here at StuckatTheAirport.com we take a look at some of the fun, inexpensive, souvenirs you can pick up in airport shops. This week, we’re taking what may end up being a several-week side-trip into souvenirs sold by airlines. Going alphabetically…
Poking around the AirTrain Airways website I found an AirTran Airways Airport Play Set for $10.50, just a wee bit beyond our $10 Souvenir Sunday limit.
This construction set at $5.99 was a better option. As was the Airplane Cockpit Clock, at $9.95.
But over at the Alaska Airlines site I hit pay dirt. This doggie hoodie –with pouch pocket! – comes in four sizes and three colors – but at $15 is out of the Souvenir Sunday budget. (I don’t even own or a dog or know anyone who’d dress their dog in this fashion. But maybe you do..)
But in the $10 range I found what looks like a metal thermos for $10 (the site says silver, but nothing more..) and pint-size pilot hats, which I’m certain would be a big hit for any kid heading to the airport.
Have you found a great souvenir while stuck at the airport? If it’s costs $10 or less, is “of” the city or region and is, ideally a bit offbeat, please snap a photo and send it along. It may end up on a future edition of Souvenir Sunday!
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