Night travelers arriving at the Fort Wayne International Airport are greeted by a booth offering free cookies.
By Harriet Baska, msnbc.com contributor
At many airports, travelers rely on Wi-Fi. In Indiana Fort Wayne International Airport, they rely on free cookies.
Over one million biscuits have been distributed since the program began, at a cost to the airport about $ 16,000 per year.
But there was one problem: the movement of volunteers to distribute biscuits ended at 8:30 p.m. This meant that air passengers then left the airport without a snack.
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