This makes a lot of sense, because with so many other airports with in the given area they can warehouse many more items for their customers. This cuts down on the amount of product at any one location.
If say AA
changes their food on International flights every month, and say they stop using a BBQ chicken for say a month, then LSG in JFK
doesn't need to carry it after that time, they can send it back to the PIT
warehouse, or say those stations run out of BBQ Chicken then it is faster to send it from PIT
, when the supplier say is in MN
, or TX
, and it could take a week or better to ship.
When I worked for XX Airlines the boss would order 17,000 cases of cookies or what have you because she got a great price. Then you have to have a place to put 17,000 cases, or 10 pallets.
Does this help. Its not about creating new jobs but using the space you already have.