Airports OK e-cigarettes

Some airports are letting passengers light up electronic cigarettes in their terminals, USA Today reports.

Washington D.C’s Reagan National Airport, Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Charlotte Douglas International Airport and Miami International Airport all currently allow passengers to smoke e-cigarettes, the paper said.


Meanwhile, New York City's LaGuardia International and John F. Kennedy International airports allow e-cigarettes in some terminals, but not in others, according to the paper.

By contrast, San Francisco International Airport, Chicago's O’Hare International and Midway airports, Philadelphia International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport all treat e-cigarettes like their nonelectronic counterparts and enforce a total ban on smoking.