Lengthy Seashore Airport Receives Meals, New Concourse and Historic Restoration Awards – Press Telegram

Moncton Airport announced on Friday that it has received three awards for its food, its new concourse and the restoration of its historic terminal building.

The 90-year-old East Moncton Airport, home to four airlines and serving more than 3 million passengers, was recognized by the Airports Council International-North America with the national award for the best food and beverage program. the 2013 Transportation Project of the Year award from the Southern California Chapter of the American Public Works Association; and Moncton Heritage’s 2014 Preservation Award for the airport’s work in restoring 73-year-old mosaics by artist Grace Clements of Works Progress Administration.

Clement’s work pays homage to the city’s aviation, oil, and communications history.

Concessions include some of the town’s locally renowned dishes, such as George’s Greek Cafe, Taco Beach Grill & Cantina, McKenna’s Moncton Burger Bar, Sweet Jill’s Bakery, Polly’s Gourmet Coffee, and the 4th Street Vine.

“The new passenger concourse is an amazing success and captures the spirit of the Moncton lifestyle with its palm tree plaza and outdoor fire pit,” Mayor Bob Foster said in a statement. “The restoration of the terminal has improved our customer experience while remaining true to the building’s Streamline Moderne architecture. Both projects deserve the recognition they receive. ”

– Karen Robes Meeks

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