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  • Screen-fatigued teens are soaking up ‘airport culture’
  • Screen-fatigued teens are soaking up ‘airport culture’
    Palu Malerba (2019) ©
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Screen-fatigued teens are soaking up ‘airport culture’

Travellers tend to see airports as a place to get in and get out – but not Gen Zers. Ambivalent about drinking, starved of person-to-person contact, and eager for safe spaces to be themselves, teens are increasingly going to airport terminals just to hang out and meet new people.

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