The Connecticut Airport Authority announced Thursday that the renovations to Bradley International Airport's food court have been completed.
Makeovers to the McDonalds, Fresh City and Original Pizza concession was done, all food court seating was replaced and additional outlets were installed for customers to charge their electronic devices.
"The CAA is pleased that the improvements at Bradley Airport have been completed in a timely fashion," said Executive Director of the Connecticut Airport Authority Kevin A. Dillion.
Dillion also said that the CAA will continue to partner with BDL vendors.
The goal of the CAA board is to make Connecticut airports more attractive to new airlines and bring in new routes. The board consists of 11 members and was established in 2011 to develop, improve and operate Bradley and the state's five general airports.
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