3. Air China
Offering a combination of Chinese and Western cuisines, Air China boasts that they switch up their menu every month. The variety should hopefully help you get through your million-hour flight. That’s how long it takes to get to China, right? A million hours?
8. Newark International Airport
What’s almost as good as eating oysters at the world-famous Grand Central Oyster Bar in Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal? Eating oysters at the Grand Central Oyster Bar located in the Newark Airport. Seriously, it’s a great spot.
10. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport
Shoyu is an upscale noodle and sushi spot in the Minneapolis airport. Looking to kill some time during a layover? Sit down, order some delicious Japanese food with the iPad they give you, and you know what? Hold on to that iPad for a while. Play some games. Check your email. Totally fine.