E-cigarettes: okay to smoke in airports?

Created: 12/06/2013 2:23 AM WHEC.com

Electronic cigarettes, or "e-cigarettes" are not allowed on flights, but a number of US airports are divided on whether they can be used inside the terminals.
USA Today Netowork reached out to some of the busiest airports and found that Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Charlotte Douglas International Airport are among airports that permit the use of e-cigarettes inside.
Miami International Airport says e-cigs are okay for now, but says it is reviewing its policy.
However,  New York City's Laguardia International and John F. Kennedy International Airports both ban and permit e-cigarette use - depending on the terminal you're in.


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