Dulles is Dullest

I’m one of those frequent business travelers you read about, jetsetting about the country, sitting in coach (because my miles are never good enough to beat those super platinum jewel-encrusted elite members ahead of me in the rankings) and occupying airports for hours on end. The biggest question I have to ask though is: How is it that Dulles doesn’t have an airport wifi network? Baltimore has one. JFK, too. So does SMF and DFW and SFO and OAK and all of the other airports I’ve been in recently. Sure, some are for-pay, and some are free of charge, but how is it that one of the busiest airports on the east coast doesn’t have basic connectivity for their travelers? How is that an airport so close to MAE-EAST can’t even cobble together a DSL circuit and some access points?

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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