We now have two questions about drinking water taps/fountains in airports, but they are very specific, one to one the terminal of a single airport, the other as wide to cover both airports in a smallish city.
This, and some banter about it on the chat, inspired me to ask this question.
Most of the time I travel with a water bottle, to fill after going through security, and I do prefer not to buy bottled water. That is more a principle than a money choice, but the inflated prices for water in some airports do make the money side more important, added to which comes the fact that when you have a stop over you do not always have local money and paying for water on a credit card is a bit over the top.
Water fountain at the Chiang Kai Shek International Airport in Taiwan, by PhiloVivero under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported
Are there any websites known to include water fountains in their information about airports?
Either actual tap points or the fact that gettting water is hard (no taps or fountains, ask in restaurant,) or easy, (like Schiphol, Amsterdam Airport where there seem to be drink water fountains near every other toilet group,) or general for the country with added information that the airport is not better (do not drink tapwater in this country, there are no special drink water fountains on the airports.)
It would be a bonus to be able to see if it is acceptable to ask at an airport business to fill up your bottle, or even just a bit to take you medication, even when you do not spend money with them.
I am thinking sites like the one where you can find overnight/sleep qualities of different airports.
After a few months with no real responses, I give up on this question. Even drinking water points that were there seem to disapear, like on Schiphol, Amsterdam Airport. (Were I was told the water in the basins at the toilets is drinking water quality and has cold as well.)