(PRWEB) October 03, 2013
Families looking to make the most of airport time this holiday season now have access to a comprehensive go-to guide for navigating the nation’s busiest airports. Today, MiniTime the ultimate resource for family travel and leisure, has released the MiniTime Airport Survival Guide featuring a wealth of handy airport information and tips, such as airports and terminals which have the best play areas, wi-fi, kid-friendly restaurants and more.
“Getting an entire family through the airport during the busy holiday season is no small task,” said Suzanne Rowan Kelleher, Managing Editor at MiniTime. “We created the MiniTime Airport Survival Guide so that families have a handy reference when they travel through these major hubs. We wanted to make the airport experience as stress-free as possible and hopefully even a little fun.”
Airports showcased include: Hartsfield- Jackson Atlanta Int’l. (ATL), Boston (BOS), Charlotte (CLT), Chicago O’Hare (ORD), Dallas - Ft. Worth (DFW), Denver (DIA), Las Vegas (LAS), Los Angeles t (LAX), Miami (MIA), Newark (EWR), NYC (JFK), Phoenix (PHX), San Francisco (SFO) and Seattle (SEA)
So how do the nation’s most highly trafficked airports stack up to each other in family-friendliness? Some standout kid-friendly features include:
"Family travel planning is hard, and we intend to make it easy," said John Smelzer, CEO of MiniTime. "Our Airport Survival Guide is just one of the many ways in which MiniTime helps parents plan, book and share their family travel experiences."
Visit http://www.minitime.com to view the whole chart, and for more information on traveling through these and other iconic airports across the country.
MiniTime.com makes family travel planning easy by providing parents with detailed information, recommendations and trip planning tools, all based on the ages of their kids. Only MiniTime combines editorial curation, algorithmic recommendations, an enthusiast community of parents and powerful user tools to help parents plan, book and share their family travel experiences. For more information on MiniTime, visit http://www.minitime.com.