Airports are ready for Valentine’s Day. Are you?

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and this year, airports are gearing up to share the love.

The StuckatTheAirport Romance Reporter pulled together a round-up of airport Valentine’s Day events for The Points Guy site. But we wanted to share just a few of our favorites here.

Pop Up Marriage License Bureau at the Las Vegas Airport

We’re delighted that in Las Vegas, the self-proclaimed “Marriage Capital of the World,” the Clark County clerk’s office is bringing back the pop-up marriage license bureau to the airport recently renamed Harry Reid International Airport (LAS).

Couples that want to get wedding paperwork in order as soon as they land at the airport can head to the pop-up. It is open from Thursday, February 10 through Tuesday, February 22 in the Terminal 1 bag claim area by carousel 5.

Hours: 8 am until 4 pm daily. The fee is $105.29 (credit/debit only).

The temporary airport Clerk’s office will be issuing marriage licenses only. To make it legal, an officiant will have to perform a wedding ceremony, sign the paperwork, and file it with the County.

More love for travelers

Here are some of the other Valentine’s Day treats airports have in store:

At Dallas Love Field (DAL), there will be music, free chocolates, and a visit from the airport mascot, Lovey.

Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), Tampa International Airport (TPA), and Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) will be distributing flowers to travelers. And PHL will also be giving away 200 hand-cut red felt hearts with special messages handwritten on pink paper.

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Aiport (PHX), O’Hare and Midway Airports in Chicago, and many other airports aslo have Valentine’s Day activities lined up. And at Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) keep an eye out for the Valentine-decorated treat table. Volunteers will be handing out paper airplanes, chocolate hearts, hand sanitizers that say “Spread LOVE not Germs,” and treats for pups.

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