Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Concourse A, Terminal 1
- Customer Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
- Architect Corgan
- Year 2017
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) recently completed a $333 million renovation of Terminal 1 to improve the experience for travelers and offer more operational capacity and flexibility. The program, which includes the addition of a new concourse and five swing gates, was part of a larger $3.2 billion capital program that is modernizing nearly every inch of all four terminals at the southern Florida airport.
Tailoring concessions and other amenities to the airport’s unique passenger profile was critical. For example, cruise passengers who start or end their trip at FLL often have eight-or nine-hour dwell times, so it was important to incorporate comfortable seating, power stations and other conveniences. The elliptical-shaped seating area in Concourse A has the Nova C Series Benches as one of the crowning elements of this 7,330 square-foot space – equipped with 200 seats, electronic charging stations and free Wi-Fi.
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