While air travel in the United States has been ticking up a bit since record low days in April, it has been an incredibly tough year for airlines and airports.
Still, throughout the year, airports have pressed forward introducing new features, new art, new technology and new amenities for passengers. The goal: to make being in the terminals less stressful, more enjoyable and, by necessity, safer.
For example, back in January, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), went smoke-free, making it one of last major U.S. airports to do so. And in February, Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport (MKE) introduced a coat-check service.
Here are some other new amenities airports introduced in 2020, although some may be temporarily unavailable due to health concerns.
New art, attractions, and a new terminal
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