Visit the Newly Redesigned Terminal F Hub!

The newly redesigned Terminal F Hub has opened with great new restaurants, shops, a 300-seat food court area, captivating artwork and more.
The 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:
·         Food Court seating has multiplied by 400% to 302.
·         The 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.
·        A ceiling pane shaped into a sweeping curve punctuated by 8 roof monitors filters natural lighting to illuminate the Hub area.
·        In 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 beyond.
·         A new canopy outside the shuttle bus doors shields passengers from the elements.
·        The Hub’s mezzanine, featuring a US Airways Club, crew lounges and employee facilities, has nearly tripled in square footage to 22,000 square feet.
·        Historically, 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%.
·        Since 2002, Terminal F’s first full year of operations, passenger traffic has doubled to 5.3 million a year.
·        Since 2002, aircraft operations in F have shot up 31% to 160,000 per year.
On the Horizon
·         A new baggage claim building on the Arrivals Road
·         A taxi stand on the Arrivals Road at Terminal F
·         Additional security screening lanes
·         A post-security corridor linking Terminal F to the rest of the Airport
Target completion: 2016