Terminal C at Newark Liberty International Airport, the principal base for
Continental Airlines and its New York hub operations, has been recognized
by Airport Revenue News and a panel of ARN-selected industry experts for
having the best concession program design. In addition, Newark Liberty
International Airport was recognized for the best overall concession
program and the most unique services among U.S. airports.
Retail outlets in Terminal C include DKNY, Kenneth Cole, the Metropolitan
Museum of Art store, Borders Books, Swatch and Taxco Sterling, while food
outlets include Gallagher`s Steakhouse, Famous Famiglia, Starbucks and
Maui Taco. Terminal C also includes the d-parture Spa, which offers
massage and salon services.
Continental Airlines and Westfield Concession Management, Inc., a
subsidiary of Westfield Corporation, Inc., oversee the development,
leasing, management and marketing of retail, food and beverage concession
programs at Terminal C at Liberty Airport. The terminal offers nearly
100,000 square feet of leasable space to serve some 20 million customers
each year, generating more than $80 million in annual revenue.
In 2002, Terminal C was awarded first prize for best retail/specialty
program at a large airport by the Airport Council International-North
Airport Revenue News is a monthly trade magazine covering airport revenue
issues. More information on the Best Concessions Poll is available at
Continental Airlines, with its hub at Newark Liberty International
Airport, offers more nonstop flights to more cities from the New York area
than any other airline in the world. Continental operates nearly 400 daily
all-jet departures from Liberty International to more than 140 cities in
the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Central and South America,
Europe and Asia, and offers connections with Amtrak to four northeastern
cities via the airport`s rail station. The airline also offers service to
LaGuardia and Kennedy airports, and to White Plains and Islip.
Continental Airlines is the world`s seventh-largest airline with more than
2,300 daily departures to 126 domestic and 101 international destinations
throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. With 42,000 mainline employees,
the airline has hubs serving New York, Houston, Cleveland and Guam, and
carries approximately 51 million passengers per year. FORTUNE ranks
Continental one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in America, an honor
it has earned for six consecutive years. FORTUNE ranked the company
highest among major U.S. carriers in the quality of its service and
products, and No. 2 on its list of Most Admired Global Airlines in 2003.
For more company information, visit continental.com.