Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), American Airlines, MarketPlace PHL and award-winning hospitality group OTG have held the grand opening for PHL´s new Terminal B, the companies said.
The grand opening finds the project on schedule for its phased 18-24 month roll-out plan.
The USD 30 million investment in Terminal B includes everything from new and improved technology offerings, to local chef-driven restaurant concepts, to immersive, and free-flowing design.
The team implementing the innovative changes at PHL Terminal B was led by OTG in partnership with the airline, airport and MarketPlace PHL.
The newly designed terminal includes a new, wider range of shopping and dining options for travelers. New concepts have already begun to open along with OTG´s award-winning CIBO Express Gourmet Markets. The markets feature locally sourced and inspired items from small businesses throughout Philadelphia and the surrounding area.
Leading-Edge Technology: Now, travelers waiting for a flight can access more than 1,000 iPads positioned throughout restaurants and gate lounges. Driven by OTG´s award-winning floÂ® technology, the iPads allow guests to track their flight, browse the web, play games, and order food and amenities from intuitive visual menus, all delivered directly to their seat. Customers also have access to more than 2,000 power & USB ports with the redesigned terminal seating.
OTG is a high-growth company that is transforming the airport travel experience for millions of travelers every year. For more information, visit OTGexp.com.
American Airlines and American Eagle offer an average of nearly 6,700 flights per day to nearly 350 destinations in more than 50 countries. American has hubs in Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington, D.C.
Philadelphia International Airport is owned and operated by the City of Philadelphia. The Airport is a self-sustaining entity that operates without the use of local tax dollars. It is one of the largest economic engines in Pennsylvania, generating an estimated USD 15.4 billion in spending annually and supporting more than 96,300 full-time jobs for the 11-county Philadelphia MSA.