5 Best US Airport Smoking Lounge For Smokers!

Nowadays, more and more flights are becoming smoker friendly but when it comes to airports, many biggest airports in the US make it a little difficult for the travelers to smoke around.

Before most of the smokers used to get out of the airport to have a quick curbside cigarette and then pass the security before their connecting flights depart. But today, things have changed a lot. All you need to do is to pick the right airport so that you don’t need to run through the luggage hurdles, children slaloms, and TSA jumping jacks.

Here we are discussing the top 5 US airport smoking lounge which is perfect for the smokers:

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport:

The Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is the winner of the most smoker-friendly airport in the US. The airport has at least two designated smoking lounges at all the concourses, except at concourse D. You will find the smoking areas in Concourses A and F on the upper level of the concourse. There is smoking lounge on either end of the concourses B, C, E, & T each.

McCarran International Airport:

Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport comes next on this list of most smoker-friendly airports. There is no surprise in finding out smoking lounges at the airport in Sin City. You can find these lounges at Gates B through E. Passengers can also avail the facilities of a smoking area in the main terminal before security at the Bud Track Lounge.

Washington Dulles International Airport:

Next on this list is Washington Dulles International Airport. Passengers will find the smoking lounge right as they enter the concourses at Gate B37 at the airport. Along with that, there are other smoking lounges at the far end of Concourses B, C, and D. The airport has already closed two of its smoking lounges and the rest three will be closed by 19th of December. There is also an alternate option of traditional smoking lounges for the passengers which are a new “pay to play” system.

Denver International Airport:

Passengers can find the Smokin’ Bear Lounge at the Center Core of the C Gates at the Denver International Airport. You can easily use the lounge through a minimum purchase of $5. Through this, you can do multiple same-day entries. And if you have a long layover you can take advantage of the lounge throughout your stay.

Nashville International Airport:

At Gates B10 and C10 of Nashville International Airport, passengers can find the Graycliff Cigar Company. The company also has an attached airport smoking lounge. All you need to do is to make a purchase in the store in order to gain access to the lounge.

Well, when we think about the smoking at airport, the number is few but there are still large airports that happily support your nicotine habit.




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