More mobile device plug-ins and a lactation room for nursing mothers and babies.
These are some of the upgrades Southwest Florida International Airport will have ready at its passenger terminal in time for the busy winter travel season.
Inspiration for these improvements came from consumer feedback and recommendations from the staff of the Lee County Port Authority.
The changes aren’t as extensive as what will occur in the passenger terminal expansion and security checkpoint reconfiguration that should begin in about a year. But the authority thinks they’ll make travel more pleasant meantime.
“We’re trying to keep up. … We thought these were things we could do to make sure our customers continue to give us good grades,” said Jeff Mulder, port authority executive director.
It matters that an airport terminal makes a good impression on visitors because often it’s the first thing people see when they arrive and the last thing they see when they leave.
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