If the city you’re going to begins with P-Z, move the giant stocking out of the way.
More interesting, I think, is the column of missing TV screens. IAD isn’t the first airport where I’ve noticed this, and I wonder if it’s because of fewer destinations in general or maybe they’re upgrading the departure/arrival system?
Maybe the LCD screens that they’re switching to are higher resolution and can fit more cities on a screen?
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