4 SEPTEMBER 2017
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The latest phase of development work aimed at further improving the customer experience for departing passengers at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has been completed.
The airport has seen new retail brands begin operating, new shops, bars and restaurants open up and the refurbishment and upgrade of some 2,000sq m of the upper floor of the airport departure lounge.
Based on feedback on the type of shopping and eating facilities passengers wanted to see, almost £3m has been invested over the past nine months, with high street brands Dixons and Accessorize among the new tax-free stores.
The airport has also welcomed a premium Cabin Bar offering views across to the runway, a new Ritazza coffee shop with an extensive range of drinks and the Beer House, with a selection of beers, wines and pub food.
Other improvements have included new and improved stores for existing retailers, new washroom facilities, large flight information screens, new seating and new lighting to create a lighter and brighter passenger environment.
Work is now set to begin this autumn and winter on the next phase of improvement works costing a further £2m, which will see an expansion and redesign of the existing World Duty Free shop and improvements to other areas.
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