"A little love" for Terminal F at Phila. airport: More upgrades are planned

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.philly.com/philly/busine...ore_upgrades_are_planned.html?cmpid=138890509

    Businessman Thomas Bennett did not relish taking a shuttle bus from Terminal C, where he flew in from Pittsburgh, to connect to a flight in Terminal F, at the other end of Philadelphia International Airport.
    Especially in the rain.

    "I would put a cover where the bus drop is here," Bennett said the other day, as he waited in busy Terminal F to board a commuter jet to Manchester, N.H.
    Bennett, who clocks 100 to 150 flights a year, gives the Philadelphia airport a general thumbs-up.
    But, he said, "if you are talking specifically about F Terminal, it seems a little distant, and it needs a little love."
    Love is just what the commuter Terminal F is getting: a $127 million expansion and makeover aimed at making travel easier and more fun.
     
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    Terminal F is horrible is terms of US standard for Big Metro Airports. US Airways should be ashamed of the service it offers to customers in Terminal F. It wants to be World's biggest airline. Shame on them.
     
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    Speaking of Terminal F, are their places 'landside' to grab a coffee? Flying through later this month, and with a 4 hour layover, I'm hoping to meet a friend between flights.
     
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    Incorrect location for this moved.
     

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