The United States of America has several airports, ranging from small regional airports to larger international hubs.
On this website you can find all smoking areas in airports, including designated smoking areas and available facilities. We understand the frustration of going through security only to find that there are no smoking areas anywhere and in some cases e-cigarettes may not be allowed.
This service is for all smokers who want to enjoy a cigarette before or after long flights.
Airports in the United States of America
- NEW YORK – JOHN F KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (JFK)
- LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (LAX)
- CHICAGO O’HARE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (ORD)
- MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MIA)
- DAYTONA BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DAB)
- SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (SFO)
- WASHINGTON DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (IAD)
- HARTSFIELD JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (ATL)
- NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (EWR)
- ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MCO)
- BOSTON – GENERAL EDWARD LAWRENCE LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BOS)
- LAS VEGAS – MCCARRAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (LAS)
- SEATTLE TACOMA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (SEA)
- LOUIS ARMSTRONG NEW ORLEANS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MSY)
- DALLAS FORT WORTH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DFW)
- GEORGE BUSH INTERCONTINENTAL HOUSTON AIRPORT (IAH)
- SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (SAN)
- HONOLULU – DANIEL K INOUYE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (HNL)
- FORT LAUDERDALE HOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (FLL)
- PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (PHX)
- DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DEN)
- DETROIT METROPOLITAN WAYNE COUNTRY AIRPORT (DTW)
- TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (TPA)
- PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (PHL)
- AUSTIN BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUS)
- RALEIGH DURHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (RDU)
- FORT MAYERS – SOUTHWEST FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (RSW)
- MINNEAPOLIS-ST PAUL INTERNATIONAL/WOLD-CHAMBERLAIN AIRPORT (MSP)
- CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (CLT)
- BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BWI)
- ST LOUIS LAMBERT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (STL)
United States of America Smoking Law
The United States has implemented smoking regulations at both federal and state levels to protect public health and reduce tobacco use. However, please note that smoking laws and regulations can vary among different states and local jurisdictions within the United States, so it’s advisable to refer to the specific laws of the state or locality you are interested in for the most up-to-date information.
At the federal level, smoking is generally prohibited in certain indoor public places under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ regulations. These include government buildings, healthcare facilities, educational institutions that receive federal funding, and public transportation under federal jurisdiction. Additionally, federal law prohibits smoking on commercial airline flights and in certain federal government vehicles.
However, smoking regulations can vary significantly among states and localities within the United States. Many states have enacted their own laws and regulations regarding smoking in public places, workplaces, restaurants, bars, and other venues. Some states have implemented comprehensive smoke-free laws that prohibit smoking in indoor public places, while others may have more limited restrictions or allow for designated smoking areas in certain establishments.
The minimum legal age for purchasing and possessing tobacco products also varies by state, with most states setting it at 18 years, while some have raised it to 21 years in line with federal legislation known as the Tobacco 21 law.
Enforcement of smoking laws is typically overseen by relevant state or local authorities, and violations can result in fines or other penalties specific to the jurisdiction.
For the most accurate and up-to-date information on smoking laws in the United States, it’s recommended to consult the laws of the specific state or locality you are interested in or reach out to local authorities or health organizations.
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