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Article from BTNews 4 MAY 2015

Liverpool Airport provides for smokers

Development work aimed at improving the customer experience is nearing completion at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL), following an opening up of parts of the departure area and the creation of a number of new and expanded retail units.
 
Almost £1m has been spent over the past few months in a joint investment between the airport and its retail partners, with this latest phase of works due for completion shortly, ahead of this year’s peak summer season.
 
Works included the construction of a new, larger WH Smith retail unit in the lower area to replace the previous unit, enabling the existing Kissing Gate Bar and Eatery area to be expanded.
 
These works have also opened up more views within what the airport calls “the Departure Lounge” over the apron, runway and to the Mersey estuary.

The Kissing Gate Bar and Eatery has been an extremely successful addition to the mix of food and beverage amenities at the airport since its launch two years ago.  New on the lower floor is a Joe’s Coffee House unit. 

In response to requests from a significant number of passengers, an outdoor smoking area has now been provided within the departure lounge area, with weather protection and a wall heater. www.liverpoolairport.com

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