The trend for flexible working is impacting how people work and travel. Now, digital nomads can find new airports’ co-working spaces in different places of the world.
After the pandemic, most people changed their way of balancing relaxing and working time. Many people experienced living abroad and trying new experiences thanks to remote work arrangements. The term workation has never been so popular.
Yet, traveling and working require time and an organized schedule. So, many airports launched co-working spaces for travelers waiting for their flights. For example, San Paolo International’s Terminal 2 offers a colorful lounge for digital nomads, providing conference rooms, desks, showers, WiFi, food, and flight information point. Or, Frankfurt Airport offers dedicated areas to focus on with WiFi, power stations, desks, and refreshments. Amsterdam Schipol has six sections to welcome waiting for passengers, four conference rooms, and more. And Dubai International officially launched a unique lounge for business travelers and remote workers called Their Patio (Terminal 3).
Finally, Jabbrrbox’s Booths offers numerous workstations in different US Airports:
- John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
- O’Hare International Airport (CHI)
- Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CIN)
- Oakland International Airport (OAK)
- Pittsburgh International Airport (PGH)
- Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)
- Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP)
- Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
- Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)
- Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
- San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
- Washington DC – All airports (WAS)
So,ariports’ co-working spaces are a new example of how remote and flexible work are changing people’s habits and typical workplaces.