By: Greg Lindsay on September 29, 2005
SINGAPORE (AdAge.com) -- Ascending through translucent tubes in Terminal 1 of Paris' airport, I head into what passes for heaven in Airworld: a dozen hours of nonstop pampering in Raffles Class aboard Singapore Airlines.
By: Greg Lindsay on September 16, 2005
DENVER (AdAge.com) -- It's easy to sound glib when describing airports as "invisible cities" on the edges of the ones we call home. But the vast, isolated facilities of Denver International Airport on the Colorado Piedmont deserve the title.
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By: Greg Lindsay on September 14, 2005
AIRBORNE (AdAge.com) -- Enfolded in a blessedly cushioned airline seat and leveling off after a climb out of Orlando, I am inclined to seriously rethink my original idea that sleeping in airports will be some great adventure. Airworld, it turns out, can be as much a grim gulag as a glitzy shopping mall.
By: Greg Lindsay on September 28, 2005
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