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Logan's high-flying food courts

Upgrades help airport improve the bottom line as airline travel wanes

Dunkin' Donuts occupies about 1,000 square feet at Logan's upgraded Terminal C food court - the chain's largest airport store in the country. In all, seven eateries will be available at the food court. Terminal C's concession sales rose 12 percent in a year. Dunkin' Donuts occupies about 1,000 square feet at Logan's upgraded Terminal C food court - the chain's largest airport store in the country. In all, seven eateries will be available at the food court. Terminal C's concession sales rose 12 percent in a year. (Photos by David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Nicole C. Wong
Globe Staff / August 27, 2008

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Think fancy food court is an oxymoron? Not at Logan International Airport. After a $5.5 million upgrade of Terminal C's food court, its Dunkin' Donuts now is the largest one at airports nationwide - and the only one with a trendy lounge. Burger King displays its menu on wide-screen LCD monitors. And Au Bon Pain has arches that create sunflower-petal ... (Full article: 769 words)

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