Among the millions who will be taking to the skies this Thanksgiving week, members of the United States’ armed forces will be traveling through the country’s airports to visit loved ones and, in many cases, returning from active duty overseas. Several Delaware North-operated airports have made special plans to honor these servicemen and servicewomen by providing Thanksgiving Day meals as they make their way through the airport.
Delaware North’s travel business was the focal point of a recent CNN story (click here) focused on the growing trend of local foods and restaurants popping up in airport terminals across the country. This strategy of incorporating regionally-inspired dishes on menus and opening airport outposts of well-known restaurants has been successful for Delaware North across its portfolio of airports, and travelers are taking note.
Love That Jazz scored a one length victory in the $50,000 Ontario County Stakes at Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack on Monday. He took the 32nd renewal of the dash for New York-bred 3-year-olds in a six furlong final time of 1:10.42.
The annual South by Southwest (SXSW) event in Austin, Texas, begins for air travelers as soon as they enter Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, where Delaware North operates food, beverage and retail services – in addition to sponsoring a live-music program.
It was just after 11 p.m. on a recent Sunday, when a JetBlue flight from Boston to San Francisco developed mechanical difficulties and was diverted to the Buffalo-Niagara International Airport, where Delaware North operates all restaurants and retail shops.
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