Work, Rest or Connect: STL Photo of the Week

Posted on January 31, 2020 in Photos

Passengers at St. Louis Lambert International Airport get connected at the C9 Wi-Fi Lounge on Friday, January 31, 2020

So, it’s your choice. Sit or stand. Take a position and then get on with managing the luxury (hopefully) of having a bit of extra time on your hands at St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL). For many, the answer is finding a spot in one of STL’s new Wi-Fi lounges, which made their debut less than a year ago in Concourse A, Concourse C and in Terminal 1. These lounges feature modular club chairs and stand-up work bars. USB or power plug-ins are all within a cord’s reach. These spaces become priority seating for passengers craving an oasis of comfort and productivity. So, you can work, rest or just connect, before you make your first flight or a connecting one. Demand for the Wi-Fi lounges is only going up as STL just announced the fifth straight year of annual passenger growth. Nearly 15.9 million passengers flew in or out of STL in 2019.