OK, thought I would start a thread about Vape/Analog friendly airports throughout the world. I personally vape (discreetly without flaunting) at all airports but do from time to time imbibe on a analog and know some of you only vape in smoke friendly areas. The airports I list are ones I have actually been to but may not have visited in a few years, so if anyone has been recently and the rules have changed let me know. Also please post your list. Vape/Analog Friendly: (OKC) Oklahoma City: One smoking room (DEN) Denver: One Smoking Bar in each concourse must pay for a drink. (FRA) Frankfurt: Smoking room/Kiosks (IAD) Dulles Washington DC: B, C and D gates (CVG) Cincinnati-N Kentucky: Terminal 2 & 3 and concourse A & B (ATL) Atlanta: Smoking rooms most terminals (NRT) Narita Tokyo: Smoking Rooms all terminals (HND) Haneda Tokyo: Has great smoking rooms. (ICN) Incheon Seoul: Main terminal 4 rooms, concourse building 2 rooms (HKG) Hong Kong: All terminals (CPH) Copenhagen: Rooms/Kiosks but I think they went non-smoking this year Confirmed non-analog now (AMS) Amsterdam: Went non-smoking but due to demand reinstalled kiosks (DFW) Dallas Fort Worth: One room in International First Class lounge (TPE) Taipei: Smoking rooms (KUL) Kuala-Lumpur: Smoking room (SIN) Singapore: Outdoor veranda Terminal 2 (DEL) New Delhi: Smoking area (MBJ) Montego Bay: One free smoking room, Bars (EZE) Buenos Aires: Smoking rooms & area (PEK) Beijing: Smoking rooms all closed as of May 1st 2011 (PVG) Shanghai: Smoking rooms (GUM) Guam: Used to have smoking areas, 5 years ago (SPN) Saipan: Same as Guam (BKK) Bangkok: Smoking rooms (AKL) Auckland: 2nd level International terminal (TLV) Tel-Aviv: 2 rooms at end of corridor B & D (VIE) Vienna one at arrival, one at Gates B (near Gate 30ish) and the last one at Gates C, near Starbucks. (TXL) Berlin: Very nice smoking room in Senators lounge (ARN) Stockholm: Schengen 1 room between gates 3 & 5, Non-Schengen 1 room by gate F66 (SLC) Salt Lake City: Smoking rooms on every Concourse. Adding more airports from posters. (PIK) Prestwick: Outdoor Airside (EMA) East Midlands: Outdoor Airside (JHB) Johannesburg: International Terminal Bar area (STL) St Louis: Went Non-smoking (BTR) Baton Rouge: Smoking room with bar access. (TPA) Tampa: Outside access airside. (KWI) Kuwait: Posted areas (Amm) Amman: Smoking Areas (DXB) Dubai: Smoking areas (MIA) Miami: Smoking court yard AA Terminal (FRU) Bishkek: Smoking everywhere. (KEF) Keflavik Iceland: Semi Outdoor Behind duty free. (LJU) Ljubljana - smoking huts (SKP) Skopje - smoking area in lounge (check-in area), no smoking past security (PRN) Pristina - smoking room in gate area (DUS) Düsseldorf: smoker lounge at Gates C (Man) Manchester: Smoking room T 2 (ZRH) Zurich - Nice and clean smoking lounges at every terminal close to the gates and even at the arrival zone in concourse E (GVA) Geneva: Smoking rooms (NGO) Nagoya- Lounges (MNL) Manila - Lounges (BAH) Bahrain- Smoking Room By Duty free. (DTW) Detroit- Fox Sports Bar (MAD) Madrid: All smoking rooms closed this year. (MUC) Munich: Many smoking Kiosks and rooms. (MHT) Manchester-Boston Regional: Smoking Room in Terminal. (CPT) Cape Town, South Africa: Smoking lounge/bar downstairs in departure hall. (WDH) Windhoek, Namibia: Large smoking area in departure hall. (LAD) Luanda, Angola: Smoking room upstairs in departure area, behind restaurant. (SDD) Lubango, Angola: Informal smoking area between bar and toilets. (BCN) Barcelona: New Terminal 1 courtyard for smokers, Terminal 2 still non-smoking. (AUA) Aruba: Bar to smoke in with purchase. (HAM) Hamburg: Has smoking huts in the terminal (MLA) Malta: Has several smoking rooms (DUB) Dublin: Has a bar upstairs with an outdoor patio to smoke (ATH) Athens: Confirmed Smoking room on Arrival. Not confirmed for Departure.