The newly redesigned Terminal F Hub has opened with great new restaurants, shops, a 300-seat
food court area, captivating artwork and more.
Hub, the intersection of Terminal F’s 3 concourses, features 20 food, beverage
and retail offerings including: upscale dining at Local Tavern where meals are
prepared by chefs who have been trained by Jose Garces; local favorite Tony
Luke’s and a mix of national and local favorites Chipotle Mexican Grill, Smashburger, Red
Mango, Re:Vive Bar, Sbarro, Au Bon Pain, Le Bus Cafe, Far East, Good 2 Go, Philly
Pretzel Factory, Fire & Ice, Solstice, Soundbalance, Kiehl’s, and Hudson
News. At Xpress Spa, a new service in the terminal, customers can take a shower
and get a shave.
Other highlights of the
new Terminal F Hub:
Court seating has multiplied by 400% to 302.
Hub’s main floor has more than quadrupled to 36,900 square feet.
· You Are Here, a 1,440 square-foot art glass
installation on the wall above the shuttle bus doors, depicts a panoramic
aerial view of the Philadelphia region with a red arrow sweeping down to pinpoint
the Airport’s location.
ceiling pane shaped into a sweeping curve punctuated by 8 roof monitors filters
natural lighting to illuminate the Hub area.
the Hub, three metallic and aerodynamic shaped structural column covers, each
25 feet tall, anchor the ceiling at the bottom of its curve and convey a sense
of lift as they soar to their highest point of 35 feet and the view of the sky
new canopy outside the shuttle bus doors shields passengers from the elements.
Hub’s mezzanine, featuring a US Airways Club, crew lounges and employee
facilities, has nearly tripled in square footage to 22,000 square feet.
Terminal F has been the Airport’s 3rd busiest terminal, but its
share of PHL passengers has grown nearly 6 percentage points to 17.6%.
2002, Terminal F’s first full year of operations, passenger traffic has doubled
to 5.3 million a year.
2002, aircraft operations in F have shot up 31% to 160,000 per year.
On the Horizon
new baggage claim building on the Arrivals Road
taxi stand on the Arrivals Road at Terminal F
security screening lanes
post-security corridor linking Terminal F to the rest of the Airport
Target completion: 2016