Last Updated on January 7, 2021
#4 – London Heathrow International Airport
Heathrow is one of the most famous airports in the world. Opened in 1969, it was for a long time one the largest airport terminals in the world. But things change — just like airline policies do. Recently, the more modern and updated Terminal 2 takes all of the flights.
Terminal 1 failed to keep up with advanced technology, and it’s now empty. If you are now looking for a “travel agency near me” to find the best airfares to visit London finally, one thing is for sure: you will not use Terminal 1 — maybe they would not have the technology that allows you to make a credit card payment there.
#5 – Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey
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It’s more a curiosity than something bizarre. The number five airport on our list has a unique restaurant that is not for people like you and me, that sometimes have to face the horror of an overbooked flight. We are talking about first-class material here.
Newark Liberty International Airport has a gourmet restaurant called Classified. As the name says, this is a secret restaurant. How can a restaurant be secret, you ask?
Simple, you can only access their delicacies menu if you are a frequent flier of United Airlines. But that’s not all: it’s not up to you to decide when to go there — there’s an exclusive invitation. Fancy!
#6 – Archerfield Airport, Queensland, Australia
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Australia — the land down under. It’s a fantastic journey to make. Except if you find a ghost in the air. If you have a trip there already booked — and before you start frantically searching about air travel cancellation rights — we must say that this is just a legend.
Reportedly is the ghost was a passenger of an Air Force plane that in 1943 crashed one minute only after the takeoff. It killed 23 people in total. It killed all the 23 passengers plus all the US military men and women that were on board — in 1943 the Second World War was on.