Electricity Sources for a Traveller
For those who know the feeling of being unable to find power sources on the move, I have put my notes on-line.
Where: in arrivals hallway, below screens, closest to passport check point (or closest to the entry to the airport shopping precinct).
Where: in proximity to C13, on the left side of an aisle bench, about 50 meters from the entrance to gate C13.
Where: in central sitting area where a split exists for gates access, behind the vending machines, near mobile massage business, with panorama on the airport ground.
Where: back of Starbucks coffee shop, near gates, 50 meters from the Duty Free.
Tel Aviv Airport
Where: steady electricity downstairs and upstairs. Just ensure no wires are susceptible to people stepping on them as they walk (due to the large gap between seats).
Where: electricity is located near the tables at the area surrounding the central 'fountains'.
Terminal A downstairs, near Duty Free and opposite UBS on the column; gate A65 on right side of tickets desk (when facing the parked plane at the outside).
Between A06 and A07 at the opposite side near the chairs.
Dulles, Washington DC
There are many charging points adjacent to the telephones across Terminal B. There may be others elsewhere. Some are located under the telephone booths and some are located at the back of the same wall.
Reagan, Washington DC
Nothing too apparent was available for use.
Nothing at all (yet) found in the terminals I was parked at (C and F). There were a few near the shops at terminal F, but no benches.
Manchester Piccadilly Train Station
Where: there is a nice bar on the upper level where it is convenient to work with a Palm keyboard. I could not find a naked outlet anywhere as yet. Apart from that, the newer models of Virgin trains have electricity supplies on board. Older models sometimes have hidden outlets in the baggage compartments, but long wires are then needed.
This page was last modified on July 28th, 2004
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