ASFlyer wrote:DiamondFlyer wrote:ASFlyer wrote:
I agree, in the big scheme of things, the tram being out of service is really not that big of a deal. I do think the other poster not referenced in your post is making far too big a deal of whether or not the tram is "safe". Especially when people are getting on airplanes full of people and many other airports manage to use their trams. You're right though - the tram being out of service isn't a huge deal for the moment.
Honestly, the percentage of restaurants in the airport still closed is a much bigger issue than the tram not running...
I would agree. I haven't been to the Delta terminal in a few years but I always thought it was a beautiful terminal with a great selection of food venues and shops. If traffic is ramping up I hope they start opening up the shops and restaurants - especially if inflight services continue to be super limited.
It absolutely is a beautiful terminal. Once of the appealing designs I’ve seen so far in my travels (granted that isn’t a ton of airports) and it’s pretty well kept too despite the fact its hardly a new terminal. Certainly better than a lot of other, bigger hubs that I’ve been too ( *cough cough* O’Hare). I was really surprised how nice it was the first time I went through there.
I disagree slightly on the food options, but it’s not like there isn’t anything there. My biggest complaint is the airport wifi, which basically nonexistent in some places at the airport (ends of concourse A).
As for the tram service, there are plenty of moving walkways. So that really shouldn’t be a massive issue.