But that new food court never opened.
Now, Hartsfield-Jackson general manager Roosevelt Council said the contracting process has again been canceled and a new request for proposals (RFP) will be issued soon.
“It was in the best interests of the city,” Council said. “Because we wanted to make a few more changes to it, structurally, for the RFP itself.”
“We’re just working on just what those revisions need to be,” Council said.
The delay comes amid other airport contracting delays for new restaurants on Concourse E and on Concourses A and B, and controversy over a massive contracting process for new shops throughout most of the concourses at Hartsfield-Jackson.