Sacramento Airport Gets The Go Ahead To Raise Food And Beverage Prices
By Admin on January 24, 2018
If you thought the cost of a meal at the Sacramento Airport was high, it could get worse. Because SMF was just given the green light to let businesses raise prices beyond the current limit.
This means that concessionaires will be able to charge more than the 10 percent cap that exists now. An airport executive said that negotiations should be done within 90 days. And he said that he intends to keep prices “fair,” according to Aviation Pros.
A lot of well-known Sacramento restaurants have locations inside the Sacramento Airport. But, they are run by national companies with licensing. Which is why you pay more inside the airport location.
Not everyone at the airport is a fan of the new rule though. Supervisor Phil Serna told the Sacramento Bee, “The airport director is not the one who is going to be stopped in the supermarket by upset travelers who don’t want to pay for $25 hamburgers and $15 beers.”