Detroit Metro Airport is honestly a beautiful place; from the design of the building to the restaurants and the retail stores, it easily rivals many shopping malls. But there has always been one problem with airports: you can only enjoy these amenities if you are flying.
Starting today, Detroit Metro Airport is implementing its new “DTW Destination Pass” program.
The program will allow 75 non-passengers to enter the terminal daily between the hours of 8am and 8pm.
Non-flyers who want to enter the airport beyond security will need to register the day before their planned visit, through the Detroit Metro Airport website. If approved, non-flyers will have to follow the same security procedures as any passenger.
Whether you want to see a relative off at the gate, or have a craving for Chick-Fil-A (yes, the airport has one!), this new program will grant Americans the freedom to use airports in the same ways they did before the attacks on September 11th, 2001.
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