Philadelphia International Airport

  • PHL Terminal F Renovation Generates 300 New Jobs

    Terminal F, one of the busiest terminals at the Philadelphia International Airport, is in the final stages of a $127 million, multi-year renovation and expansion project that aims to enhance passenger services, facilities and airline operations.

    Philadelphia 05 August 2013 21:02

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