I like Philadelphia International Airport, in the main.
Corridors are broad, the place is clean (even the bathrooms, usually), staffers are friendly, there's a good variety of places to eat, including local favorites like Chickie's & Pete's (crab fries!). You're never far from a vendor or a bathroom.
Also, you're never far from a TV screen either, which is something I don't much care for and I wonder how many people need it for distraction. Passengers have books, magazines, newspapers (I hope), plus all their electronic devices — cell phone, Kindle, lap-top, iPad, etc., etc.
A neighbor who was disturbed by the volume of the TV asked the agent at a nearby desk to lower it and the agent said he couldn't. He also couldn't explain why the TVs all carry CNN.
My neighbor asked if I could find out.
Of course I can, and since he is a good neighbor, I did.
CNN has a one-year contract with the airport for a minimum of $90,000 a year with the option of three, one-year renewals, I am told by Airport Public Affairs Manager Victoria Lupica.
Gate agents do not have a remote control, so the channel cannot be changed and the volume is actually controlled by CNN from a remote location. Auto controlled variable sound levels are adjusted by the ambient noise of passengers.