The experience of being present at the airport entails a process of adaptation. This adaptation encompasses a series of necessary adjustments: acclimating to the regulations and protocols in place, accommodating unexpected delays that may arise, reconciling with shifts in time zones, and even finding a way to settle into a cozy posture during extended layovers.

The airport environment can be characterized by its capricious climate – at times sweltering and other times chilly – demanding travelers to anticipate and come equipped accordingly. Regardless of the particular scenario, one frequently encounters the need to flexibly respond to an array of peculiar and unexpected situations that can unfold within this dynamic setting.