Major US airports divided over decision to allow electronic cigarettes at airport terminals or not as they are already ban on flights.
Austin, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/05/2013 -- At present the battery operated device called electronic cigarettes are banned at all most every public place including parks, pubs etc in selected city and states of US. Now major US airports are now battling it out whether to allow these vapor cigarette at airport terminal or not. The decision is mixed as some of the airports like Minneapolis are allowing the smokers to vape inside the airport.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Charlotte Douglas International Airport are the one that had shown green light to use vapor cigarettes inside. The Miami airport authorities are ok with it but they are still reviewing their policy.
Currently these electronic cigarettes are not regulated by the FDA and thus state and local laws dictate how airports govern their use indoors, according to the Airports Council International. According to electronic cigarette reviews there are several airports that allow you to smoke this e cigarette terminal wise.
Going by the popularity of these battery operated device, more and more customers now buy electronic cigarette so that they can switch to a smoke free life. Smokers are really happy with some of the airports allowing them to vape as they don’t think the electronic cigarettes are threat to anyone. Moreover experts from various e cigarette reviews website had termed these e cigs as the best alternative for regular cigarettes.
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