JetBlue's Growth Prods Creation of Food Court at Boston Airport

It will include a Johnny Rockets hamburger stand with diner-style counter seating; a Wolfgang Puck's bar, restaurant, and pizza/sandwich takeout counter; and a Starbucks coffee shop.


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