Travelers Will Soon Find It Easier To Avoid Secondhand Smoke In Airports
If you’re a non-smoker, you’ve likely found yourself immersed in secondhand smoke from time to time. While smoke-free public spaces are typically the norm, cigarettes are still allowed in a handful of designated areas within many airports – including smoking lounges. As new ordinances and smoking-related laws continue to gain steam, though, non-smoking airport visitors will soon find it easier to avoid exposure to secondhand smoke.
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Have you been affected by secondhand smoke within airports? Are you a smoker who finds these changes unfair? Be sure to share your experiences and opinions with us in the comment section below. If you’d like to read about another recent airport update, click here for a previous piece.