Passengers originating in Boston or New York's Kennedy Airport no longer have to stand in long lines for mediocre take-out before boarding their flights. Instead they can use AirGrub, the on-demand airport dining app. It allows passengers to select their terminal and flight time, see available restaurants and menu items, order, pre-pay and schedule a time to pick up their meal. When they arrive, their meal is freshly made and waiting for pick-up.
DIA (Denver International Airport) used to be a $70 cab ride to downtown Denver. But no more: passengers can now take the new 23-mile electric rail link. The line runs every 15 minutes, takes 40 minutes and costs just $9.
Long layovers at Amsterdam's Schipol Airport may go by quickly if you spend them with a "friend." KLM, Holland's flagship carrier has launched a " Layover with a Local" program, which pairs travelers who have at least 6 hours to kill with a local who's willing to show