As the typical business traveler today carries 3 or more electronic devices, the need for power has never been greater. While airlines are slowly upgrading aircraft interiors to include power outlets, our waiting time in the airport remains a key opportunity to charge up. Many airports are including power outlets as part of their revamped dinning experiences (see Delta’s terminals at LGA and United’s Terminal C at Newark).
In addition, there is a growing presence of power outlets being installed throughout the general seating area. Most recently, Denver International Airport completed the installation of over 2,400 power hubs, available in almost every public seating area of the airport. Each hub offers 2 traditional power outlets and 2 USB ports to give one last boost to your battery before you hop on the plane.