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Road warriors increasingly are using wireless access with their laptops and handheld devices. While anytime, anywhere wireless connections on the road are still a dilemma, hereUare Communications, San Jose, CA, says that as of late May, 42 airports now offer public Wi-Fi access points for those workaholic travelers who must stay connected. Airport hot spots for Wi-Fi wireless access are:
Atlanta Admirals Club
Austin Admirals Club
Austin-Bergstrom Municipal-Airport
Austin-Bergstrom International-Airport
Baltimore Washington International-AA
Boston Flagship Lounge-AA
Boston Admirals Club
Burbank Glendale Pasadena (CA)-Airport
Chicago O'Hare Admirals Club
Chicago O'Hare Admirals Club Flagship Lounge
Cleveland Admirals Club
Cleveland-Airport Wireless
Dallas-Ft. Worth International-Airport
Dallas-Ft. Worth Admirals Club
Denver Admirals Club
Detroit Admirals Club
Dulles (VA) Admirals Club
George Bush Intercontinental (TX) Admirals Club
Greensboro-AA
JFK Admirals Club
Kansas City Admirals Club
LaGuardia Admirals Club
Los Angeles Admirals Club
Louisville International-Airport
Miami Admirals Club
Miami Flagship Lounge
Minneapolis/St. Paul-AA
Nashville Admirals Club
Newark Admirals Club
Norfolk-AA
Orange County (CA) Admirals Club
Pittsburgh-AA
Raleigh-Durham Admirals Club
St. Louis Admirals Club
Salt Lake City-AA
San Diego Admirals Club
San Francisco Admirals Club
San Jose International-AA
San Jose International-Airport
Seattle-Tacoma International-Airport
Seattle Admirals Club
Sioux Falls (SD) Regional-Airport

* AA = American Airlines
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Date:Aug 1, 2002
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