This one’s not as big a deal as some of the other features at T5, but it caught my eye nonetheless. At the main Cibo Express Gourmet Marketplace, they sell full-sized bags of chips. Good ones, too — they have my favorite: “Dirty” brand salt and vinegar kettle chips. I can’t say I’ve ever seen anything but the snack bags for sale in an airport until today, and certainly not an assortment like this. I like the prospect of getting a bag of Pirate’s Booty or chocolate tortilla chips to share before and during a flight.
Climate change is a thing. And so is renewable jet fuel.
Savannah may be known for Southern fare, with dishes like fried chicken and shrimp and grits, but visitors will be surprised at the variety of food they can find in the city once they leave River Street. When you’ve had your fill of home-style eateries, make sure to check out these local favorites for some global flavor.
We’re excited to announce our intent to serve Havana from our home in New York as well as our largest Florida cities – and the opportunity to bring low-cost, high-quality daily service to customers traveling between the U.S. and Cuba for the first time in 50 years!