Fashion Wire Daily has an article touting airport spas as the best things since sliced bread. Airport spas have been around for a while but they have recently been expanding their services. Now these spa such as the d-parture spa shown here offer massage, haircuts and facials in addition to manicures and pedicures. The longer services are ideal for those who are delayed with nothing else to do. The only problem with these spas is getting the client to settle down. I used to go to Polished in Logan Airport when I lived in Boston. While I like the idea of a spa in the airport, trying to enjoy the spa experience while wondering if your plane is ever going to take off is definitely a challenge.