Nintendo of America and JetBlue are bringing smiles to travelers of all ages with the engaging “Nintendo Switch On the Go” pop-up, located at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport in JetBlue Terminal 5, now through April 20th.

On April 7, families and fans were given the chance to play some of the latest Nintendo Switch games, hang out in the pop-up, recharge their devices and may even get a photo with Mario himself! The pictures in the gallery above are detailed below.

In a photo provided by Nintendo of America, Mario welcomes guests to the “Nintendo Switch On the Go” pop-up in the JetBlue terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, which enhances the family-friendly space with an area for travelers to play some of the latest titles for the Nintendo Switch.

In a photo provided by Nintendo of America, Mario, the mustached hero of the Mushroom Kingdom, stops by to greet families at the “Nintendo Switch On the Go” popup in JetBlue’s Terminal 5 in John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.

In a photo provided by Nintendo of America, families play games together at the “Nintendo Switch On the Go” popup in JetBlue’s Terminal 5 in John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.

In a photo provided by Nintendo of America, a fan dives into a game using one of the game stations at the “Nintendo Switch On the Go” pop-up in JetBlue’s Terminal 5 in John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.

In a photo provided by Nintendo of America, a young fan poses with Mario as she visits the “Nintendo Switch On the Go” popup in JetBlue’s Terminal 5 in John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.

In a photo, Nintendo of America hosts an activation at JetBlue’s Terminal 5 in John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City through April 20. Traveling families are invited to visit some of Mushroom Kingdom’s favorite characters via gameplay at the “Nintendo Switch On the Go” pop-up.

[Press release]

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d_says_hi

2M ago

And you get the bonus of not flying in a Boeing plane.