The Layover Dining Guide

Avoid bad airport meals by checking out airportdining.net so you never have to settle for a sad-looking salad at Wayne County or Charles de Gaulle again.

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Airport food has improved dramatically over the past few years—see Aeronuova at JFK and the proliferation of gourmand-focused Cibo outlets nationwide—but there are still plenty of bad in-transit meals to be had. To avoid them, check out airportdining.net, whose editors have dissected the cuisine at more than 100 travel hubs so you never have to settle for a sad-looking salad at Wayne County or Charles de Gaulle again.

—Monica Khemsurov

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