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From reports of people living at airports.

A German former pilot spent thirteen days in Viracopos–Campinas International Airport after he was dumped by a woman he met online.

An Indian student spent eighty-nine days in Chicago O’Hare International Airport because he was afraid to fly.

A Japanese traveler spent one hundred and seventeen days in Mexico City International Airport until he met a woman and left with her.

A Chinese former factory worker has spent fourteen years in Beijing Capital International Airport because his wife won’t let him drink and smoke.

A Brazilian man has been living in São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport for more than twenty years because he prefers the airport staff to his family.

A Turkish former airport worker spent twenty-seven years in Atatürk Airport after losing his job.