Cig firm shelters smokers


IMPERIAL Tobacco has embarked on a national campaign to improve facilities for smokers across the UK.

The ‘smoking allowed’ activity will see the company provide high quality smoking pavilions at various locations across the country. The first of these was installed at Bristol Airport earlier this month.
“It is important and appropriate for us to initially work with our hometown airport – Bristol Airport – as over one million passengers who use the airport each year are adult smokers,” said Amal Pramanik, general manager of Imperial Tobacco in the UK. “Going forward Imperial Tobacco is committed to working with many locations to provide high-quality facilities for smokers.”
The Bristol Airport pavilion offers heating, lighting, shelter, ventilation, hand gel and litter solutions.
The smoking allowed campaign is supported by a website –