Travelers clamor for airport concessions

08/18/2005 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

The move by airlines to end meal service on many flights has created a boon for restaurants and snack shops at Denver International Airport. Concession sales are up 9.5% through June of this year, compared with a year ago. The growth spurt exceeds the airport's 1.9% increase in the number of departing passengers.

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