Calgary Airport Hotels Available on the Go – New Invention Solves Airport Spacing Problems

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Airports are faced with a major space problem. The demand for more flights in and out has forced many airports to build more runways for the airplanes, but it comes at a cost – space.


Seattle, Washington, United States., February 3, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -

 
Airports are faced with a major space problem. The demand for more flights in and out has forced many airports to build more runways for the airplanes, but it comes at a cost – space.
 
“We were recently discussing the possibility of expanding our airport”, said a representative for the Calgary airport. “We were forced to have to decide between having the numerous hotels in the area or a runway. It was a tough decision and we were torn. That was when this new invention came along.”
 
The invention allows airports to create smaller Calgary airport hotels that can be built and reassembled in just a matter of minutes. The hotels are small enough to be housed in the cargo holds for planes, but when they need to be used can be rolled out to the far reaches of the land.
 
“We have to put them out on the outer edge of the property”, explained the representative. “No one wants to stay at a hotel that is practically on the runway. The further away the hotel is, the less noise the guests have to deal with during their stay.”
 
The portable Calgary airport hotels have been the talk of the town. There are many airports that are faced with similar spacing issues, but have not come up with a solution. These airports are watching this situation to see if the portable hotels would be a viable option for the future.
 
“It really could solve a lot of issues that airports all over the world are facing”, explained the inventor of the portable hotels.
 
A major concern with the hotels is the fact that they may not be able to live up to the comfort and luxury level of some of the existing Calgary airport hotels. That issue was addressed with a recent test run of the portable hotels. It appears as if many of the guests enjoyed their stay and would stay there again.
 
“I loved this”, said one of the guests who stayed in the hotels during a test run. “The best were just as comfortable as any other 3 or 4 star hotel. There weren’t a lot of amenities, like a pool or spa, but most travelers rarely use those with airport hotels.”
 
In an exit poll, approximately 4 out of 5 guests said that they preferred these portable hotels over the ones that were standing.
 
“We are taking all information and going to distribute it to our partner airports”, explained the representative. “I think this really could be the wave of the future.”
 


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