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Airports compete to make travelers comfy

Phoenix opens Sky Train in bid to ease the experience

9:31 PM, Apr. 12, 2013
Iman Whitmore, of Phoenix, left, and her daughter, Jaejae Whitmore, 16, enjoy La Grande Orange at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix.
Iman Whitmore, of Phoenix, left, and her daughter, Jaejae Whitmore, 16, enjoy La Grande Orange at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix.
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John DiScala can rattle off his favorite international and domestic airports - Hong Kong, Singapore, "probably Copenhagen" and Detroit - and why.

"When you're in something that has high ceilings or open air or is well-lit and has a lot of different facilities, it can make or break your trip for some people," DiScala said. "You actually look forward to having a long layover at those places."

DiScala flies about 150,000 miles per year and runs the travel website www.johnnyjet.com. Like many travelers, he will schedule trips to avoid some of his least favorite airports. ...

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