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Published on : Thursday, May 21, 2015
Airport Authority CEO Christina Cassotis said the renovated station is another example of improvements focused on enhancing customer service and improving travelers’ experience at Pittsburgh International Airport.
“We are pleased to partner with Sunoco to offer our customers an upgraded experience and additional convenience options at Pittsburgh International,” Cassotis said.
The station, which had been closed for remodeling since April 6, features new gasoline dispensers, additional diesel fueling positions, compressed natural gas fueling (CNG), liquid propane fueling, and electric vehicle charging stations. The improved APlus store features expanded offerings including renovated restrooms, a fresh deli, grill, café and more.
Customers may once again refuel rental vehicles at the airport station.
Sunoco officials said the changes represent the company’s ongoing partnership and commitment, along with leaders of the Allegheny County Airport Authority, to provide additional options for customers and to advance a healthier environment. This will be Sunoco’s second CNG station and first propane station in Pennsylvania.
“The project progressed smoothly and according to schedule,” said Dennis Pivik, Vice President of Engineering. “We thank our employees, passengers and rental car concessionaires for their patience during the closure.”
Jeff Bauer, construction manager for Sunoco, expressed thanks to Airport Authority staff for cooperation in ensuring a successful and on-time reopening.
Source:- Pittsburgh Airport
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