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Souvenir Sunday at Lincoln Airport

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Arrow Sport on display at Lincoln Airport

Greetings from Nebraska’s Lincoln Airport, where this Arrow Sport – one of only six known to be in existence – hangs from the baggage claim ceiling.

The bag claim area of this small airport is also where I found this tractor from the collection of the Larsen Tractor Test & Power Museum on the University of Nebraska campus.

Lincoln Airport Tractor

There’s only one shop at Lincoln Airport, but I was delighted to find plenty of these corny souvenirs on the shelves:

Lincoln Airport stuffed corn cob doll

Lincoln airport microwave popcorn on the cob

Do you shop for souvenirs when you’re stuck at the airport? If you spot something that’s inexpensive, locally-themed and a bit offbeat, please snap a photo and send it along to us here at StuckatTheAirport.com.

If your souvenir is featured on Souvenir Sunday, you’ll receive a fun travel souvenir.

Souvenir Sunday at 08 Left

It’s Souvenir Sunday, a day to take a look at some of the fun things you can buy at airports.

This week’s treats aren’t for sale at any particular airport (yet..) but can be found online at the website of 08 Left, which has a line of travel, airport and air traffic control-related designs that they can put on everything from coasters (below) and t-shirts to clocks, prints and shower curtains.

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“08 Left happens to be a runway in Paris where our family visited a few years ago and we loved it! So we went with it,” says Ryan Miller, who runs the site from Spokane, WA with his wife Heidi. “It’s been a blast to talk to all kinds of pilots, air traffic controllers and travelers about airports, cities, and art that might help them remember and represent where they’ve been,” said Miller.

Here are some more images from their line:

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Souvenir Sunday at SFO airport

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It’s Souvenir Sunday – a day to take a look at some of the fun, inexpensive and locally-themed items you can pick up when you’re stuck at the airport.

This week’s treats come from the Marin-county-based McEvoy Ranch pop-up shop in the recently re-opened Boarding area E (T3E), which serves United Airlines flights in Terminal 3 at San Francisco International Airport.

The shop, which has a lease for just one year, is selling its locally sourced olive oils and body care products.

McEvoy Ranch pop-up at SFO.

Testing – and buying – their lotions was tempting; especially with the free tube-with-purchase offer. But I settled on one of the shop’s best-selling items: the $7 lip balm made with California certified extra virgin olive oil, vitamin E, peppermint essential oil, beeswax and other organic ingredients.

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Do you spend time in the shops when you’re stuck at the airport? If you find a locally-themed item that’s fun, inexpensive and perhaps a bit offbeat, please snap a photo and send it along to StuckatTheAirport.com.

If your souvenir is featured on Souvenir Sunday, I’ll send you a special souvenir from my travels.

Souvenir Sunday at Hong Kong Int’l Airport

It’s Souvenir Sunday – a day to take a look at some of the fun, inexpensive and locally-themed items you can find when you’re stuck at the airport.

This week’s treats come from the Hong Kong International Airport.

Colorful bags of candy are everywhere –

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As are gift boxes of cakes and cookies of all kinds –

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All things Mickey – and Minnie – Mouse – seem quite popular –

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But I wanted to buy pretty much everything at the airport branch of the Designgallery shop, stocked with creative and innovative Hong Kong-made products.

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Souvenir Sunday at the Future of Flight Aviation Center

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It’s Women’s History Month and on Saturday, March 15, 2014, the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour hosted an event honoring some of the women who have worked at Boeing over the years as pilots, engineers, line workers and leaders.

The day was also a celebration of the publication of a new book: Trailblazers: The Women of The Boeing Company and included a gathering of many of the women featured in the book who represent company ‘firsts.’

I’ll circle back here in a few days with some more information about some of the women featured in the book, but because this is Souvenir Sunday I wanted to share a link to the book and a snap of one of the souvenirs being sold in the Boeing store to go along with the book.

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