This Easy Travel Hack Will Save You Money Every Time You Fly
You do not want to be the person paying $5 for a disposable bottle of water. You’re killing the earth and your wallet. Instead, bring an empty water bottle to the airport.
It doesn’t have to be a S’well bottle or anything fancy. You can even use an empty Smart Water bottle to save some pounds in your carry-on.
If you’re worried about finding a place to fill it up, don’t be. Almost all U.S. airports have a plethora of water fountains, some even with spiffy gadgets made just for filling your bottle. (LAX and JFK both have public water fountains.)
We’ve got you covered abroad too. Here are five international airports with water fountains and how to say “water fountain” in the local language:
1. Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport – Madrid, Spain
“Bebedero” or “fuente de agua”
2. Frankfurt Airport – Frankfurt, Germany
3. Incheon International Airport – Seoul, South Korea
4. Charles DeGaulle Airport – Paris, France
5. Changi Airport – Singapore, Singapore
“喷泉” (pēnquán) or நீர் நீரூற்று (nīr nīrūṟṟu)
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