Airports increase available kiosks, concessions

11/29/2007 | Airports

Airports are increasing the number of self-service kiosks and concessions to make better use of space. "So we see more of them adding concessions and doing renovations just to keep up revenue, even though they're not seeing more passengers," says Thomas Rossbach, associate VP and aviation market sector director for HNTB Architecture. "With longer dwell times, airports see an increase in food/beverage and retail spending."

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