Kudos to the Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (CLE) and the non-profit group OneCommunity for working together to bring permanent free Wi-Fi to the airport.
Cleveland Airport joins many other smart airports that offer travelers free Wi-Fi year round. And, lest you forget, from now through January 15, 2010, Google is covering the Wi-Fi fees at a 47 airports, from Seattle to Miami. Here’s a full list of the participating airports . Let’s hope those airports continue offering the service for free after that.
Nap Time at ATL
You can now make a reservation at the first Minute Suites, at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). These “suites”, located inside the terminal on the B Concourse have daybeds, pillows and blankets, sound masking systems, and a “napware” audio program. Each suite also has a a TV, desk, phone, and a computer. How much will you pay to snooze in a “suite”? The minimum reservation accepted is 1 hour and costs $30. After that it’s $7.50 each 15 minutes.
If you try this out, please let us know what you think!
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2 thoughts on “Free Wi-Fi at Cleveland Airport and new napping suites at Atlanta Airport”
These “Minute Suites” are only available from 7am to 11pm. About the only time I’d want one would be if I had an overnight layover of more than four hours.
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