Just read an article about a topic that I think you all will really be interested in. Traveling with young kids can be a challenge, especially if it involves a long layover in a boring airport. So which are the best airports for kids?
According to the article on FlipKey, they are:
- Atlanta – Hartsfield-Jackson
- Boston – Logan International Airport
- Chicago – O’Hare
- Dallas/Fort Worth
- Las Vegas – McCarran International Airport
- Minneapolis St. Paul
- Nashville International Airport
- Phoenix Sky Harbor
- San Francisco
Here's a link to the article with descriptions and photos: Top 10 Airports for kids
Do you know a good airport for kids or some kid friendly airport tips?