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More holiday events at an airport near you

Airports around the country are going all this season to entertain travelers.

In the past week we’ve shared news about Santa’s workshop at London Heathrow Airport. About reindeers coming to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. And the long list of events coming to Los Angeles International Airport, including a performance by the TSA Choir.

And not to scare you or creep you out, we also shared this photo of some wacky sort of holiday decoration we spotted at the Geneva Airport in Switzerland.

More holiday events at airport

Fun stuff from airports keeps coming in.

There’s this cute video from Denver International Airport

And, in addition to reindeers (Wed and Thurs. morning) at the Light Rail station, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) has a penguin, a T-Rex, a snow princess and other odd characters roaming the airport through December 24th.

And don’t forget: If you’re flying on an Alaska Airlines flight on Friday, you’ll get priority boarding if you wear a holiday sweater, in honor of Ugly Christmas Sweater Day.

For the third year, guests dressed in fly holiday gear get priority boarding Dec. 20 on all Alaska Airlines flights.

Honolulu Airport gets free Wi-Fi; you may get a free trip.

The folks at ShakaNet and FreeFi Networks have teamed up to offer free wireless internet access throughout the concourses, lounges and concession areas at Honolulu International Airport.

Hooray!   Let’s hope the signal reaches out to the cultural garden areas as well.

And if you’re not lucky enough to be in Hawaii this time of year, perhaps you’re somewhere where you need to wear a sweater.  A really ugly Christmas sweater.

If your sweater is truly ugly, take a picture of yourself in it and upload the photo to the Air New Zealand Facebook page by December 31st.

The person with the ugliest sweater will receive roundtrip economy class tickets for two from Los Angeles or San Francisco to Auckland on Air New Zealand.

Enter the ugly Christmas sweater contest here and good luck!

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