Tibits for travelers: Free Wi-Fi at Nashville Airport; new exhibits at John Wayne and Atlanta airports
Free Wi-Fi at Nashville International Airport
Someday there will be free Wi-Fi at all airports.
In the meantime, we keep score and take what we can get.
Here’s one to add to the list: “Soon,” says the October 2010 newsletter from Nashville International Airport, passengers will be able to get 20 minutes of free Wi-Fi access in the food courts, meeter-greeter waiting areas and in some restaurants. The airport is also planning to add charging stations for electronic devices. If you’re a member of BNA’s Frequent Parker Program or a valet parking customer, however, you can get free Wi-Fi anywhere in the terminal – for 15 minutes.
Add that to the 20 minutes of free Wi-Fi everyone gets and you’re getting somewhere…
New photography exhibits at Hartsfield Atlanta and John Wayne airports
A new exhibit at John Wayne airport on display through January 2011 features images of classic architecture around Orange County, California. The images are taken from architect Richard Dodd’s book “Architectural Styles – Orange County”, and display historical homes and buildings from Mission San Juan Capistrano to the famed Witches House in Laguna Beach, which is pictured above.
For more photos from the exhibit, see the slide show on the John Wayne Airport‘s website.
The Airport Show at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
In honor of Atlanta Celebrates Photography Month, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s Art Program has teamed up with the Atlanta Photography Group for The Airport Art Show, an exhibit of traditional, documentary-style and modern photographs in the airport atrium.
Want to see more photos? In addition to the exhibit at the airport, there are more than 150 photographic exhibitions and events showcasing the work of more than 400 photographers taking place this October throughout metro Atlanta.
“The Airport Show” is in the Hartsfield-Jackson Atrium Gallery through November 17.