MarkTen and GreenSmoke Close: Find Replacement E-Cigs with White Cloud

January 11, 2019

Two major American e-cigarette brands are being discontinued, forcing thousands of vapers to search for alternatives. In response to increased regulations and financial pressure, Altria Group announced that it’s shutting down production of MarkTen and Green Smoke e-cigs at the end of 2018. At the same time, the tobacco company unveiled plans to invest in JUUL Labs, which is in the process of reevaluating its own catalog and marketing practices.

Vapers have fewer and fewer choices these days, but White Cloud has managed to outlast our competitors for over a decade thanks to our selection of high-quality cig-a-likes and our award-winning customer service. We know that our customers count on us to satisfy their nicotine cravings, which is why we offer same-day shipping and satisfaction guarantees for all our products. If your favorite e-cig brand is no longer available, we probably have something that you’ll like even better.

Why Are MarkTen and Green Smoke Being Discontinued?

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Altria Group, which also makes Marlboro tobacco products, saw its stocks begin to slide after the FDA threatened to ban menthol cigarettes and flavored e-cigs. While such a ban would take years to enact, Altria decided in October 2018 that it would soon stop selling vapor products. Instead, the company will now focus its resources on helping JUUL navigate the coming regulatory nightmares facing the vaping industry.

JUUL recently disappointed a lot of vapers when it acquired V2 Cigs and immediately discontinued the brand. This is especially unfortunate because V2, like Green Smoke and MarkTen, specialized in a specific type of e-cigs known as cig-a-likes. As their name suggests, cig-a-likes are designed to resemble traditional tobacco cigarettes, which is why they are particularly popular with smokers who are trying to quit.

Unfortunately, these products haven’t been as profitable as their corporate shareholders had banked on. As predicted, increased FDA regulation of e-cigs has led to a consolidation of the market into fewer and fewer hands. Thus, former smokers have fewer alternatives to tobacco.

What Happens to MarkTen and Green Smoke Customers?

All MarkTen and Green Smoke e-cigs, batteries, kits and cartridges are no longer available for online purchase as of December 19th, 2018. Orders scheduled to ship after that date have been canceled, but products will remain available at retail locations until supplies run out. After that, customers will have to find a new brand to satiate their nicotine needs.

Need a Replacement for MarkTen E-Cigs?

If you’re a former MarkTen customer, you’ll find White Cloud e-cigs to be very similar. Our cig-a-likes are designed to look and feel like tobacco cigarettes because that’s what people who are trying to quit smoking prefer. We also offer a broader selection of flavors than both brands combined, so you’re likely to find one you like even better than your old favorite. In addition to flavors like menthol, chocolate, vanilla and mint, we also carry sweeter options like Fraise Creme and Cinna-MMM. Each of our flavors are available in six different strengths, including a zero nicotine option.

Discontinued MarkTen E-Liquid Flavors White Cloud E-Liquid Replacement
Bold Menthol Zero K
Menthol Menthol
Smooth Menthol Mint-to-Be
Bold Classic Apache
Classic Regular
Smooth Classic Atlantic Cut
Winter Mint Zero K
Smooth Creme Whippin’ Good
Vineyard Blend Muscat Blanc
Dark Original Cherry Black
Spiced Fruit Grand Ambrosia
Strawberry Brûlée Fraise Creme
Glacier Mint Zero K
Apple Cider The Orchard
Sweet Original Cavendish

Searching for Alternatives to Green Smoke E-Cigs?

While GreenSmoke’s flavor list doesn’t offer nearly as much variety as MarkTen, their thousands of customers are left looking for a replacement for GreenSmoke’s e-cigs. Check out our flavor comparison chart below to find the perfect replacement flavor from White Cloud.

Discontinued GreenSmoke E-Liquid Flavors White Cloud E-Liquid Replacement
Classic Regular
Menthol Ice Menthol, Zero K, Mint-to-Be
Signature Red Apache
Smooth Cream Whippin’ Good
Massachusetts Raises Legal Age to Buy E-Cigs to 21

Massachusetts Raises Legal Age to Buy E-Cigs to 21

January 8, 2019

As of January 1st, the entire state of Massachusetts has implemented new age restrictions on the sale of tobacco products, which includes electronic cigarettes and e-liquids containing nicotine. The bill, which increased the legal age to purchase tobacco products to 21, was passed by Governor Charlie Baker in July of 2018, with the effective date for all municipalities to begin enforcing the law of January 1. Many of the municipalities throughout Massachusetts preemptively raised the age to purchase tobacco products.

Interestingly, the new law in Massachusetts allows for those who are at least 18 before December 31, 2018 to be grandfathered in as legal purchasers of tobacco products. Each municipality was given the freedom to include the grandfather cause, or to implement the law to limit sales to only 21 and older customers. Here at White Cloud, we’ve set our age verification systems to meet the requirements of the new law and will only process orders from customers whose age can be verified to be 21 or older.

More States Following the FDA’s Lead on Vaping

FDASince FDA commissioner Scott Gotlieb released his last statement on, what the FDA refers to as, the teen vaping “epidemic”, more and more states are beginning to reexamine the laws they have on record surrounding the legal purchase of tobacco products and are beginning to rewrite the laws to include electronic cigarettes and e-liquid products to fall under the “tobacco product” umbrella. The sentiment across the board, from lawmakers to shop owners, and even e-cig companies like White Cloud, is that these additional regulations should only aid in reducing the amount of tobacco products that make it into the hands of underaged teens.

The new regulations in Massachusetts also place restrictions on the sale of flavored tobacco and e-cigarette products. Gas stations, convenience stores, and other businesses that sell tobacco products are prohibited from selling these flavored tobacco products, and only smoking bars and adult-only retail stores (vape shops/smoke shops) will be allowed to sell these products.

In addition to the flavored products bans, the Massachusetts law also prohibited the sale of tobacco and e-cig products in pharmacies and health care institutions.

Dedicated to Responsible Practices

It’s no secret that the e-cigarette industry has been taking a beating in the news recently. While a major e-cig company is called out for it’s irresponsible marketing practices, and reports of widespread teen use of vaping products appears on nightly news cycles, White Cloud has continued to stand by its mission of providing smoking alternatives to adults. With an industry-leading age verification process powered by LexisNexus, White Cloud has always been on the leading edge of ensuring that only adult smokers can purchase our vapor products. Since early 2014, each and every order placed with White Cloud is ran through our database of over 34 billion public records used to verify age of the buyer.

How White Cloud Prevents E-Cig Sales to Minors

How White Cloud Prevents E-Cig Sales to Minors

January 2, 2019

As the Food and Drug Administration continues to encourage e-cigarette companies to do their part to eliminate the sale of vaping products to minors, White Cloud is proud to say that we have been leading the crusade to keep e-cigs out of the hands of youth for years. We take our commitment to only market and sell to adults very seriously, which is why we have implemented industry-leading age verification policies for our online store.

E-Cig Age Restriction Laws in the U.S.

As of August of 2016, electronic cigarettes were categorized under FDA’s Federal Rules for Tobacco Retailers. This ruling placed e-cigs in the same realm of traditional cigarettes, thus requiring retailers to check photo ID of everyone under the age of 27, only sell e-cigarettes to customers aged 18 and older, and prohibiting retailers from selling e-cigs in vending machines or giving away free samples. There are 44 states that have already passed some version of tobacco-related age restriction legislation. Although some have existed since 2010, state e-cig laws greatly vary in language and enforcement. For example, a study from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that 90 percent of e-cig vendors in NC are ignoring age verification requirements.

White Cloud’s Age Verification History

White Cloud has been a forerunner in preventing the sales of e-cigs to minors long before it became illegal. When we first started selling e-cigs in shopping malls, all of our mall kiosks displayed a large “We Card” sign, and ever since, we have maintained a very strict policy requiring customers to present identification before making a purchase. The anonymity of the Internet presents many challenges in the age verification process, so in early 2014 White Cloud teamed up with experts at LexisNexis to stick with our policy of protecting minors and preventing identity fraud.

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How White Cloud’s Age Verification Process Works

LexisNexis holds a database of 34 billion public records, including government issued IDs. After a customer finishes placing their order, the information provided is checked against the LexisNexis system. If LexisNexis cannot confirm the customer’s age based off of records in its database, the order is flagged and an email is sent to the customer requesting proof of age. To proceed with the order, the customer must send us a photocopy of a state-issued ID or provide a previous address legally associated with their name as proof of residence. If these criteria are not met, the order is then canceled and refunded for the full amount.

How Effective is White Cloud’s Age Verification Process?

LexisNexis has processed more than 50 million age verification requests over the past decade, so its reputation is well regarded within the world of e-commerce. Since partnering with them, we are proud of our report card:

  • Of all rejected orders, 13 percent owned up to being underage. One young person even called us to apologize for violating our policies!
  • About 40 percent of rejected orders were due to lack of response for ID. We’ve gotten calls from parents who found out through our age verification system that their children were trying to purchase e-cigs using the parents’ identities.
  • Our customer service agents aggressively follow up on suspicious orders. One young person who was denied purchase through our system informed us that they would ask their parents to buy e-cigs for them. We immediately flagged the address in our system to make sure that didn’t happen.
  • Of the 43 percent of customers who outright refused to submit ID, an alarming number informed us that they would instead purchase e-cigs at a store that didn’t ask for proof of age. This is disconcerting because it means that local laws are not being enforced, which means many minors still have access to e-cigs.

White Cloud believes that building a respectable e-cig industry means taking a stand against the sale of nicotine products to minors. The U.S. still has very lenient legislation regarding e-cigs compared to most of Europe, but stricter regulations are no doubt on the way. We hope our competition will follow our example in keeping e-cigs away from young people so we can focus on our mission of providing safe alternatives to tobacco for adults.

Surviving Holiday Stress with E-Cigarettes

Surviving Holiday Stress with E-Cigarettes Part 1

December 24, 2018

It’s the night before Christmas, and the holiday rush is in full swing. Christmas parties have filled up the weekends, gifts are piling up under the tree, the kitchen has turned into a cookie factory, and you can’t escape hearing Christmas music at least ten times a day. Stress and the holiday season go together like milk and cookies, and for those who have recently kicked the habit of smoking, the stress is often amplified by not being able to reach for a cigarette during those high-stress times. With White Cloud products, it’s easy to fight the urge for a smoke by combatting stress with e-cigarettes instead!

Top Holiday Stressors for Ex-Smokers

We polled the team at White Cloud to find out what sorts of things happen during the holidays that make them feel like they’d want to run out the door to light up a cigarette, and what their “go-to” White Cloud product is for those instances where they feel a strong craving for a smoke.

Holiday Traffic

From Thanksgiving all the way through to New Years Day, it seems that the number of cars on the roads magically quadruples. Whether you’re going down the road to grab a coffee, or crossing state lines to visit extended family, holiday traffic, backups, and accidents always end up extending a trip.

In the past, lighting up a cigarette as you sit in bumper-to-bumper traffic might have kept your road rage at bay, but as a new ex-smoker, there’s no better option than a Fling Wide Mini to get your “nic-fix” while behind the wheel.

Wrapping Gifts

There are two types of people in the world; those who can effortlessly wrap an item of any shape or size, and those who cannot. Most of us at White Cloud fall into the latter category, and recollect on the frustrations of gift-wrapping failures of the past. It’s not uncommon to lose your scissors and tape twenty different times, or run out of paper in the middle of wrapping a large gift. Don’t even get us started on making bows!

A White Cloud e-cigarette lanyard keeps your Cirrus+ClearDraw e-cig from getting lost in the mess of wrapping paper and ribbons. When frustration levels start rising, grab a few puffs of your favorite e-liquid…keep calm and Christmas on!

Company Gatherings

Company Christmas parties are supposed to be a time for everyone to take a break from the stresses of the daily grind. They’ll usually consist of some food, a couple adult beverages, and one or two co-workers who embarrass themselves after drinking too much.

As a former cigarette smoker, seeing familiar faces I used to share a smoke with in a different environment would immediately trigger a craving for a smoke. This holiday season, head out armed with a Cirrus Fob and your favorite e-liquids and show off a bit to your work pals, maybe they’ll be the next to kick the habit!

Airport Travel

Holiday air travel immediately brings the scene from Home Alone to mind, where the entire McCallister family is running through the airport to catch their flight to France, only to forget Kevin at home. While we certainly hope you don’t forget a child at home before international travel, it’s no surprise that airports can be a hectic and stress-filled experience around the holidays.

There are only a handful of airports left in the United States that have smoking areas past the security checkpoint, so don’t forget to pack your e-cigarettes (in your carry-on, per TSA guidelines) and an extra pack of Invisivapor cartridges before venturing out to catch your flight!

 

Keep an eye on White Cloud’s Facebook page for the release of the next installment of Surviving Holiday Stress with E-Cigarettes!

Which Airports Allow Vaping and Electronic Cigarettes Indoors?

December 3, 2018

 

Nothing is worse than waking up early to catch a flight and rushing through security, only to find out the only place that allows vaping isn’t in your terminal . Finding an airport that allows electronic cigarettes and vaping indoors is quite a rarity (trust us, we’ve looked!), but following the local rules and regulations of an airport or airline while traveling will ensure that your travels go smoothly.

While national laws are in the works, the only hard-and-fast rules about traveling with electronic cigarettes for now are you cannot use them during a flight, and the TSA requires batteries to not be packed in checked baggage. Before heading out on your next flight, check out our resources below to familiarize yourself with the rules of each individual airport to learn if and where you can use your vape and satisfy your nicotine cravings while waiting for a flight.

Smoking/Vaping Laws of Busiest Airports Across the US


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Alabama

Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM)

Website: http://www.flybirmingham.com/
Phone: (205) 599-0500

Smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside of the terminals. There are no smoking areas inside of Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport.

Alaska

Ted Stevens-Anchorage International Airport (ANC)

Website: http://www.dot.state.ak.us/anc/
Phone: (907) 266-2526

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is a non-smoking facility, as such, smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the terminal buildings. Smoking is permitted in designated smoking areas on the commercial curb of the South Terminal and North Terminal.

Arizona

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)

Website: https://www.skyharbor.com/
Phone: (602) 273-3300

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is subject to Arizona law when it comes to indoor smoking. While smoking tobacco products in public places is prohibited in Arizona, the use of e-cigarettes is not. However, we do encourage Airport visitors to use the designated outdoor smoking areas when using e-cigarettes.

Tucson International Airport (TUS)

Website: https://www.flytucson.com/
Phone: (502) 573-8100

Designated smoking areas are outside the east and west entrances of the terminal on both the ticketing and lower levels. Smoking or vaping of any type, including e-cigarettes, is not permitted anywhere inside the terminal buildings of Tucson International Airport.

California

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

Website: http://www.lawa.org/
Phone: (855) 463-5252

Smoking permitted outside of terminals in designated areas. E-Cigarette use is not permitted inside of Los Angeles International Airport. The Tom Bradley International Terminal has a small outdoor smoking section, located behind umami Burger.

Oakland International Airport (OAK)

Website: http://www.oaklandairport.com/
Phone:(510) 563-3300

Oakland International Airport does have designated smoking/vaping areas, one each outside Terminals 1 and 2. There is no distinction between smoking and vaping, and both are prohibited while inside the terminals.

Ontario International Airport (ONT)

Website: https://www.flyontario.com/
Phone: (909) 937-2700

No E-Cigarettes permitted in Ontario International Airport. Terminal 2 (Gate 211) & 4 (Gate 402) have designated smoking areas.

San Diego International Airport (SAN)

Website: http://www.san.org/
Phone: (619) 400-2404

San Diego International Airport is a smoke-free facility. Smoking is only permitted outside of the terminal buildings. California law prohibits smoking within 20 feet of all entrances to public buildings. For your convenience, ashtrays are located in the vicinity where smoking is permitted.

San Jose International Airport (SJC)

Website: http://www.flysanjose.com/
Phone: (408) 392-3600

All smoking is prohibited within San Jose International Airport. Smoking is allowed in the outdoor public areas, 25 feet from any building entrance.

John Wayne Orange County Airport (SNA)

Website: http://www.ocair.com/
Phone: (949) 252-5200

Smoking is prohibited within 20’ of all terminal doors, inside the terminal building, and is prohibited on the commercial ramp and in baggage make-up/break areas. Smoking is allowed only in designated areas of John Wayne Orange County Airport.

Sacramento International Airport (SMF)

Website: http://www.sacramento.aero/smf/
Phone: (916) 929-5411

Smoking is prohibited inside or within 25 feet of any doorway leading to Sacramento International Airport. The same rules apply to electronic cigarettes.

San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Website: https://www.flysfo.com/
Phone: (650) 821-8211

Smoking, and use of electronic cigarettes, is prohibited in all public areas of San Francisco International Airport terminal buildings. The public areas of San Francisco International Airport terminal buildings include all enclosed areas of the buildings to which members of the general public have access. Such areas include, by way of example only, terminal lobbies, baggage claim areas, restaurants, restrooms open to the public, stairways, hallways, escalators, moving walkways, and elevators. Smoking, and use of electronic cigarettes, is prohibited in public curbside areas outside of and adjacent to Airport terminal buildings except in specifically designated areas. Designated smoking areas are located outside and at a minimum of 20’ from the building entrances. Smoking, and use of electronic cigarettes, is prohibited in the Airport’s designated ground transportation zones at the terminals, Rental Car Center, and Long Term Parking Garage, and at the ground transportation staging lots, including the taxicab staging lots, except in specifically designated areas.

Colorado

Denver International Airport (DEN)

Website: https://www.flydenver.com/
Phone: (303) 342-2000

Denver International Airport’s policy requires e-cigarettes to be treated the same as regular cigarettes and are not allowed to be used in no smoking areas and on aircraft. Airlines may have additional policies about the transportation of e-cigarettes.

Connecticut

Bradley International Airport (BDL)

Website: http://www.bradleyairport.com/
Phone: (860) 292-2000

The use of both cigarettes and e-cigarettes is prohibited inside the terminals at Bradley International Airport.

Florida

Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL)

Website: http://www.broward.org/airport/
Phone: (954) 359-1200

Fort Lauderdale International Airport’s policy for e-cigarettes is the same as for cigarettes. The County Ordinance was changed several years ago to treat them equally. They may only be used in designated smoking areas outside the terminals.

Jacksonville International Airport (JAX)

Website: http://www.flyjacksonville.com/
Phone: (904) 741-4902

The use of both cigarettes and e-cigarettes is prohibited inside the terminals at Jacksonville International Airport.

Miami International Airport (MIA)

Website: http://www.miami-airport.com/
Phone: (305) 876-7000

E-cigarette use is not permitted within the terminals at Miami International Airport. There is a smoking area past security, attached to the TGI Fridays.

Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Website: https://www.orlandoairports.net/
Phone: (407) 825-2001

Orlando International Airport is completely smoke-free and does not permit the use of e-cigarettes indoors.

Palm Beach International Airport (PBI)

Website: http://www.pbia.org/
Phone: (561) 471-7400

The use of both cigarettes and e-cigarettes is prohibited inside of Palm Beach International Airport.

St. Pete-Clearwater International (PIE)

Website: http://www.fly2pie.com/
Phone: (727) 453-7800

The use of both cigarettes and e-cigarettes is prohibited inside of St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport.

Tampa International Airport (TPA)

Website: http://www.tampaairport.com/
Phone: (813) 870-8700

Tampa International Airport is completely smoke-free indoors. Smoking is allowed outside of terminals, and past security on a smoking patio outside of each terminal.

Georgia

Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport (ATL)

Website: http://www.atl.com/
Phone: (800) 897-1910

The most-vape friendly airport in the country, Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport unfortunately still requires e-cigarette users to move into one of the smoking areas located within the concourses. Luckily for vapers, there are plenty to choose from: Concourse A-Near Gate A1, Gordon Biersch restaurant. Concourse B-Near Gates 7 and 24. Concourse C-Near Gates 16 and 26. Concourse D-Terrapin Tapestry House. Concourse E-Gates 9, 17, and 29. Concourse F-Mezzanine level in the food court area. Concourse T-Gates 4 and 13.

Hawaii

Hilo International Airport (ITO)

Website: http://airports.hawaii.gov/ito/
Phone: (808) 961-9300

Hilo International Airport is a no smoking facility. Smoking is prohibited from “cabin to curb” at the airport. In addition, smokers must also be at least 20 feet away from any doorway, window or ventilation duct to prevent the spread of second-hand smoke.

Smoking is permitted in the following areas only:

Ground Level – public accessible sidewalk but not within 20 feet of entry ways and Parking lots.

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL)

Website: http://airports.hawaii.gov/hnl/
Phone: (808) 836-6411

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is a no smoking facility. State Law prohibits smoking from “cabin to curb” at the airport’s Overseas, Interisland and Commuter terminals. In addition, smokers must also be at least 20 feet away from any doorway, window or ventilation duct to prevent the spread of second-hand smoke.

Smoking is permitted in the following areas only:

Overseas Terminal
Ground Level – International Arrivals Building (IAB) median between the IAB and Inter-Island Terminal.
Ground Level – Diamond Head Group Tour Area – Uncovered area.
Ground Level – Ewa Concourse public accessible sidewalk but not within 20 feet of entry ways.
2nd level – Roadway median fronting Ticket Lobbies.
Parking Garage 5th Floor – but not within 20 feet of entryways and elevator/stairwell landings.
Uncovered parking lots.

Interisland Terminal
Ground Level – Makai Group Tour Area between the Interisland Terminal and the International Arrivals Building in the Overseas Terminal and away from curbside pedestrian traffic.
Parking Garage 7th Floor – but not within 20 feet of entryways and elevator/stairwell landings.

Commuter Terminal
Roadway median fronting the Commuter Terminal.
Public parking lot.

Kahului International Airport (OGG)

Website: http://airports.hawaii.gov/ogg/
Phone: (808) 872-3830

Kahului International Airport is a no smoking facility. Smoking is prohibited from cabin to curb. In addition, smokers must also be at least 20 feet away from any doorway, window or ventilation duct to prevent the spread of second-hand smoke. Smoking is only permitted in the parking lot.

Iowa

Des Moines International Airport (DSM)

Website: http://www.dsmairport.com/
Phone: (515) 256-5050

Des Moines International Airport’s policies includes e-cigarettes under “smoking.”  Smoking/vaping is not permitted anywhere in the terminal and is only allowed in designated areas outside of terminal.

Idaho

Boise International Airport (BOI)

Website: https://www.iflyboise.com/
Phone: (208) 383-3110

Boise International Airport is completely smoke-free indoors and e-cigarette use is not permitted indoors.

Illinois

Chicago-Midway International Airport (MDW)

Website: http://www.flychicago.com/midway/
Phone: (773) 838-0600

Chicago-Midway International Airport has designated smoking areas are located outside of the terminal. Due to the City of Chicago’s Clean Indoor Air Ordinance, smoking and electronic cigarette use is not permitted inside the terminal.

Chicago-O'Hare International Airport (ORD)

Website: http://www.flychicago.com/ohare/
Phone: (800) 832-6352

Chicago-O’Hare International Airport has designated smoking areas are located outside of the terminal. Due to the City of Chicago’s Clean Indoor Air Ordinance, smoking and electronic cigarette use is not permitted inside the terminal.

Indiana

Indianapolis International Airport (IND)

Website: https://www.indianapolisairport.com/
Phone: (317) 487-9594

Indianapolis International Airport is completely smoke-free indoors and electronic cigarette use is not permitted indoors.

Kentucky

Louisville International Airport (SFD)

Website: http://www.flylouisville.com/
Phone: (502) 367-4636

Completely smoke-free indoors and e-cigarette use is not permitted indoors at Louisville International Airport.

Louisiana

Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY)

Website: http://www.flymsy.com/
Phone: (504) 464-0831

The Louis Armstrong International Airport is owned and operated by the City of New Orleans, so we have to follow the laws of New Orleans, specifically the Smoke Free Ordinance approved in 2015. You can find out more information on the ruling here. Electronic Cigarette use is not permitted inside any of the terminals.

Massachusetts

Boston-Logan International Airport (BOS)

Website: http://www.massport.com/logan-airport/
Phone: (800) 235-6426

Boston-Logan International Airport is completely smoke-free inside of terminals. No specific guidelines on e-cigarette use. Designated smoking areas are located outside of the terminal entrances.

Maryland

Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI)

Website: https://www.bwiairport.com/
Phone: (410) 859-7111

Completely smoke-free indoors and e-cigarette use is not permitted indoors at Baltimore/Washington International Airport. Smoking allowed in designated smoking areas located outside of terminals.

Maine

Bangor International Airport (BGR)

Website: http://www.flybangor.com/
Phone: (207) 992-4600

Unfortunately, E-Cigs, etc. are not allowed anywhere inside Bangor International Airport. Bangor’s City Smoking Policy prohibits the smoking of any tobacco product and the use of any smokeless or other tobacco product, and applies to employees, customers, vendors, contractors and public visitor’s within the City Of Bangor’s buildings.

Michigan

Detroit Metropolitan International Airport (DTW)

Website: http://www.metroairport.com/
Phone: (734) 247-7678

Detroit-Metropolitan International Airport is completely smoke-free and e-cigarette use is not permitted indoors.

Minnesota

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP)

Website: https://www.mspairport.com/
Phone: (612) 726-5555

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is completely smoke-free inside of terminals. No specific guidelines on e-cigarette use. Designated smoking areas are located outside of the terminal entrances.

Missouri

Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL)

Website: https://www.flystl.com/
Phone: (314) 426-8000

Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is completely smoke-free and e-cigarette use is not permitted indoors.

Kansas City International Airport (MCI)

Website: http://flykci.com/
Phone: (816) 243-5237

Kansas City International Airport is completely smoke-free and electronic cigarette use is not permitted indoors.

Mississippi

Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport (GPT)

Website: http://www.flygpt.com/
Phone: (228) 863-5951

Smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside the terminals. There is a filtered smoking area inside of Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport that can be accessed once past security.

Jackson International Airport (JAN)

Website: http://www.iflyjackson.com/iflyjackson/
Phone: (601) 939-5631

The terminal is completely smoke-free and electronic cigarette use is not permitted indoors at Jackson International Airport.

North Carolina

Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT)

Website: http://www.cltairport.com/
Phone: (704) 359-4013

The Charlotte-Douglas International Airport is completely smoke-free, and e-cigarettes are not permitted to be used indoors. Smoking areas are located outside of the terminals, and all smokers must be 100ft away from doorways.

Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU)

Website: https://www.rdu.com/
Phone: (919) 840-2123

Smoking inside Raleigh-Durham International Airport terminals and all other Airport Authority-owned buildings will be prohibited. The no smoking boundary will extend to outdoor areas surrounding airport facilities. Smoking will be prohibited within 20 feet of airport terminal doorways and within 50 feet of all other Authority-owned buildings. The ban also applies to airport parking structures, observation areas and bus shelters.

Nevada

McCarran International Airport (LAS)

Website: https://www.mccarran.com/
Phone: (702) 261-5211

In compliance with Nevada state law, smoking (including vaping) is prohibited at McCarran International Airport, except in the following designated areas:

Google Maps Barneys Lounge | C Gates
Google Maps Bud 29 Track Lounge | T1 Esplanade
Enclosed Gaming Lounges (B, C, D & E Gates)
Outdoors near ticketing & baggage claim

Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO)

Website: http://www.renoairport.com/
Phone: (775) 328-6400

Since the new Nevada state law was enacted on December 8, 2006, Reno-Tahoe International Airport does not have any designated smoking areas within the terminal building. The only designated smoking areas are located outside the main doors of the terminal building, just north of the skywalk, and at the north end of baggage claim. Seating and ashtrays are provided.

New York

Albany International Airport (ALB)

Website: http://www.albanyairport.com/
Phone: (518) 242-2200

Smoking is not permitted in the Albany International Airport. Designated smoking areas are provided outside of the terminal.

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

Website: http://www.panynj.gov/airports/jfk.html
Phone: (718) 244-4444

John F. Kennedy International Airport is completely smoke-free and e-cigarette use is not permitted inside the terminals. Designated smoking areas are located outside of the terminals.

LaGuardia International (LGA)

Website: http://laguardiaairport.com/
Phone: (718) 533-3400

LaGuardia International Airport is completely smoke-free and e-cigarette use is not permitted indoors. Smoking allowed in designated smoking areas located outside of terminals.

Syracuse International Airport (SYR)

Website: http://www.syrairport.org/
Phone: (315) 454-4330

Smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside of Syracuse International Airport. There are no smoking facilities inside the terminal.

New Jersey

Newark International Airport (EWR)

Website: http://www.panynj.gov/airports/newark-liberty.html
Phone: (973) 961-6000

There are no smoking facilities inside of Newark International Airports. Outdoor smoking areas are located at least 50 feet from the terminal entrances.

Ohio

Cincinnati International Airport (CVG)

Website: http://www.cvgairport.com/
Phone: (859) 767-3151

Smoking (including electronic cigarettes) is permitted at the Graycliff location in Concourse B. All other areas of Cincinnati International Airport are smoke-free and e-cigarette use is prohibited.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE)

Website: http://www.clevelandairport.com/
Phone: (216) 265-6000

Electronic cigarettes are prohibited at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport by city ordinance.

Oregon

Portland International Airport (PDX)

Website: http://www.flypdx.com/
Phone: (503) 460-4234

The general rule for all of Portland International Airport is that smoking is limited to designated areas. For inside the terminal, that means no smoking, period. In front of the terminal, that means four areas: the far north and the far south ends of the sidewalks adjacent to the upper and the lower roadways.

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)

Website: https://www.phl.org/
Phone: (215) 937-6937

Philadelphia International Airport, which is owned by the City of Philadelphia, bans e-cigarettes inside the terminals. They are included in Philadelphia’s Clean Indoor Air Worker Protection law, which passed in 2014.

The airlines do not permit e-cigs in checked luggage, and cannot be used onboard. Going thru Security, TSA requires batteries to be taken out.

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT)

Website: http://www.flypittsburgh.com/
Phone: (412) 472-3525

Smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside of Pittsburgh International Airport at extreme ends of the ticket and bagging areas. If caught smoking or vaping near doorways, you will be fined $50. There are no smoking facilities inside the terminal.

South Carolina

Charleston International Airport (CHS)

Website: https://www.iflychs.com/
Phone: (843) 767-7000

Smoking is allowed at Charleston International Airport in designated areas on the center curb outside the terminal building. Smoking, including electronic cigarettes, is prohibited adjacent to any entrance and inside the terminal.

Texas

El Paso International Airport (ELP)

Website: http://www.elpasointernationalairport.com/
Phone: (915) 212-0330

Smoking cigars, cigarettes, and electronic vapor cigarettes are permitted only in the designated smoking areas outside of El Paso International Airport’s terminal buildings. Smoking is not permitted within 20 feet of entrances and exits.

Houston-Hobby International Airport (HOU)

Website: http://www.fly2houston.com/hou/
Phone: (713) 640-3000

Houston-Hobby International Airport is completely smoke-free indoors. Designated smoking areas are located outside of terminals at least 25 feet away from entrances.

Houston-George Bush International Airport (IAH)

Website: http://www.fly2houston.com/iah/
Phone: (281) 230-3100

Houston-George Bush International Airport is completely smoke-free indoors, and does not provide specific guidelines for e-cigarettes. Designated smoking areas are located outside of the terminals and are at least 25 feet away from entrances.

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)

Website: http://www.austintexas.gov/department/airport
Phone: (512) 530-2242

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport completely smoke-free indoors and e-cigarette use is not permitted indoors.

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)

Website: https://www.dfwairport.com/
Phone: (972) 973-3112

Smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside the terminals. There are no smoking facilities inside Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

San Antonio International Airport (SAT)

Website: http://www.sanantonio.gov/sat
Phone: (210) 207-3433

E-cigarettes are not allowed to be used in San Antonio International Airport, but there are designated areas outside the airport.

Tennessee

Memphis International Airport (MEM)

Website: http://www.flymemphis.com/
Phone: (901) 922-8000

Electronic cigarette use is only permitted in designed areas outside of the terminals. There are no smoking facilities inside of Memphis International Airport.

Nashville International Airport (BNA)

Website: www.flynashville.com
Phone: (615) 275-1675

Smoking and vaping is permitted in Nashville International Airport at two Graycliff Boutique & Lounge (with purchase) locations: on Concourse B near Gate B10 and on Concourse C near Gate C10.

Utah

Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)

Website: https://www.slcairport.com/
Phone: (801) 575-2400

Smoking and vaping (or e-cigarettes) are permitted only in designated areas in front of the terminals at Salt Lake City International Airport.

Virginia

Dulles International Airport (IAD)

Website: http://flydulles.com//
Phone: (703) 572-2700

Smoking is permitted in designated areas outside of the terminals, as well as in 4 smoking rooms within Dulles International Airport. They are located at: Concourse B, Gate B37 & B73, Concourse C, Gate C2, and Concourse D, Gate D30. E-Cigarette use is permitted while in the smoking rooms located through the airport.

Reagan International Airport (DCA)

Website: http://www.flyreagan.com/
Phone: (703) 417-8000

Reagan International Airport is completely smoke-free and e-cigarette use is not permitted indoors. Smoking is not allowed within 10 feet of entrances.

Vermont

Burlington International Airport (BTV)

Website: http://www.btv.aero/
Phone: (802) 863-2874

Statewide smoking laws ban smoking in all enclosed public places, so there is no smoking permitted inside of terminals. There is also a state law involving second hand e-cigarette vapor, so those are also not permitted for use inside of Burlington International Airport.

Washington

Sea-Tac International Airport (SEA)

Website: www.portseattle.org/Sea-Tac/
Phone: (206) 787-5388

Effective September 1, 2009, smoking has been banned entirely from the airport (in accordance with Washington State Law RCW 70.160), and this does include the use of electronic cigarettes. Customers and employees must smoke in either one of the two designated smoking areas located away from the terminal and its entrances.

The only smoking sections at Sea-Tac International Airport are located on the arrivals drive: one at the North end, outside door #26, and the other at the South end, outside door 2.

Wisconsin

General Mitchell International Airport (MKE)

Website: https://www.mitchellairport.com/
Phone: (414) 747-5300

Smoking is only permitted in designed areas outside of the terminals. There are no smoking facilities inside of General Mitchell International Airport.

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