Tis the busiest travel season of the year, and all through the country, airports are stirring like crazy.
To celebrate the holidays and make the often-stressful travel process a little easier, airports from Phoenix to Tampa are decorating their terminals with symbols of the season. The Blue Sky staff collected some photos that show just how they’re getting into the holiday spirit.
On November 20, Tampa International Airport shared photos of its decorations writing, “The tree is up, and it’s starting to look like Christmas up in here! GET EXCITED!”
(Photo credit: Tampa International Airport)
At Evansville Regional Airport in Indiana, local nonprofits are competing in the airport’s second annual tree-decorating contest, the “Festival of Trees.”
Last week, Phoenix Sky Harbor posted photos of its airport therapy dogs, the Navigator Buddies, dressed in festive costumes to kick off the holiday season.
(Photo credit: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport)
Orlando International Airport shared a time-lapse video of crews putting together its tree last week.
At Chicago’s O’Hare International, the airport has hosted several holiday musical performances in the terminal.
Airport crews worked to decorate the Airside and Landside Terminals at Pittsburgh International Airport in November, which included placing a 60-foot tree in the airport’s Center Core area.
Pittsburgh International Airport’s holiday tree is located in the Center Core of the Airside Terminal. (Photo by Beth Hollerich)
For those who look forward to spending time at the airport at this time of year, PIT is hosting a Holiday Open House on Dec. 7. All you need to do to attend is register by Dec. 3 – click here for more. Additionally, the airport will kick off its Holiday Concert Series on December 4. An annual tradition, the series features performances by local school choirs and bands on the ticketing level at Pittsburgh International.
Powered by flickr embed.