For National Walking Day (April 4), airports around the country were on Twitter and Facebook reminding passengers about the marked walking paths in the terminals.
As someone who arrives at airports hours early for a flight in part to make sure I get my daily steps in, I’m a big fan of this airport amenity.
Let me know if you see more #NationalWalkingDay tweets from airports so I can add them to the list.
— McCarran Airport (@LASairport) April 4, 2018
— PHX Sky Harbor (@PHXSkyHarbor) April 4, 2018
It's #NationalWalkingDay! If departing from Concourse B, you can take a stroll through our pedestrian walkway instead of using the #Aerotrain. Let us know how many steps you tally. 👟
📍 https://t.co/hz5MuvIaPE pic.twitter.com/gSgCsTMUzu
— Dulles Airport (IAD) (@Dulles_Airport) April 4, 2018
— flypdx (@flypdx) April 4, 2018
— Reagan Airport (@Reagan_Airport) April 4, 2018
Thinking of taking a stroll while waiting to board on the airside? Here’s what you’re in for if you walk all gate wings:
Gates 1-29: 1/5 mile
Gates 30-59: ~1/5 mile
Gates 70-99: 1/5 mile
Gates 100-129 (shown): 1/4 mile
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) April 4, 2018