On a recent business trip to New York, Joe Pullin of Novi, Mich., did something he would have considered unthinkable not long ago.
Rather than rush off the plane and into a cab headed into Manhattan, he lingered at the arrival gate at La Guardia Airport, stopping for a leisurely lunch at Bisoux, a French bistro, and using the iPad mounted on his table to order his meal, check his e-mail and pay the bill.
“I’m very impressed. I think it adds another dimension to this airport that never existed before,” said Mr. Pullin, a consumer electronics executive and frequent business traveler. Read More