New Food and Retail at Philadelphia International Airport

Travelers now have even more great options

PHILADELPHIA — Dec. 18, 2014 — Travelers now have even more great options to choose from at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). New merchants recently opened at the Philadelphia Marketplace Food & Shops, adding to the diverse lineup of food and retail available.

New additions include:

  • Lick (D/E Connector) – a “not so average” candy store, visitors can stop in to taste all sorts of sweet treats.
  • Ruby Blue (D/E Connector) – offers vast array of jewelry, handbags, gift items and accessories to choose from.
  • Finish Line (B/C Connector) – travelers looking for a new pair of kicks or active wear for a long flight can check out this athletic retailer offering brand name apparel and accessories. Finish Line PHL is the retailer's second airport location in the U.S.
  • Jack Duggan's (Concourse A East) – with an expansion into the hold room across from its location in Gate A7, this crowd favorite that features tasty pub fare can welcome even more passengers through its doors.

“We’re excited to welcome new stores to the lineup of merchants at PHL,” said Mel Hannah, vice president and general manager of MarketPlace Philadelphia Management. “We are proud of the diverse options we’re able to provide the 30 million passengers who pass through our airport each year.”

In the next few weeks, PHL will also welcome an additional TUMI location in the D/E Connector, and a new restaurant in Terminal A West, La Tapenade, serving Mediterranean cuisine.

Travelers through PHL have more than 170 locations for shopping and dining. For more information about the Philadelphia Marketplace Food & Shops, please visit www.philamarketplace.com.

 

ABOUT MARKETPLACE DEVELOPMENT

MarketPlace Development (MarketPlace) develops and manages airport retail programs across the country. A recognized industry leader for more than 20 years, MarketPlace works in partnership with airports and airlines to enhance passenger satisfaction and maximize revenue. The Massachusetts-based company is responsible for the concessions programs at Philadelphia International Airport, in concert with its management firm MarketPlace Philadelphia Management; LaGuardia Airport's Terminal B, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport.  MarketPlace has also worked with numerous other airports and with airlines across the country.