Airmall USA To Upgrade Pittsburgh Airport Concessions
to create a
new retail core
Airmall USA, operator of the Airmall at Pittsburgh International Airport, has unveiled plans to upgrade the airport’s concessions program. The $10 million
upgrade will create a new retail area in the Center
Core of the airport’s airside terminal, a move
that is aimed at attracting some of the nation’s
top brands. The Allegheny County Airport
Authority board of directors recently approved
the plan, which represents the most significant
refurbishment of the concessions program since it
began in 1992, Airmall said in a statement.
Airmall Pittsburgh’s plan to reconfigure
the airside core of shops and restaurants is
directly related to a change in passenger traffic.
When Airmall began operations, Pittsburgh
International Airport served a large number of
passengers who had a layover. In line with this,
Airmall established a retail core between corridors
A and B, where the majority of passengers were
making their transfers.