Commercial

SSP signs four-year deal to develop locally-inspired food offer at Hobart Airport

SSP signs four-year deal to develop locally-inspired food offer at Hobart Airport

SSP Group has secured a four-year, £15 million (€16.5m) contract to redevelop the food & beverage experience at Hobart Airport. SSP has partnered with local brands Liv-eat, Coal River Farm and Cascade to bring the best of local and the wider Tasmanian region to the airport.

Grab and 3Sixty announce their first partnership at Dallas Fort Worth Airport

Grab and 3Sixty announce their first partnership at Dallas Fort Worth Airport

Airport e-commerce platform Grab has launched its first retail partnership with 3Sixty Duty Free at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. The new partnership allows travellers to pre-order from a large range of travel retail products, either for collection instore or delivery to gate via the Grab platform.

ACI, TFWA and DFWC urge UK Government to reverse decision to end airport tax free sales

ACI, TFWA and DFWC urge UK Government to reverse decision to end airport tax free sales

Airports Council International (ACI) World has joined with the Duty Free World Council (DFWC) and the Tax Free World Association (TFWA) to urge the UK Government to reverse its decision to end airport tax free sales to international passengers for all goods other than alcohol and tobacco.

Los Angeles International Airport expands mobile, contactless F&B ordering

Los Angeles International Airport expands mobile, contactless F&B ordering

Travellers at Los Angeles International Airport can now use their mobile device to order food and beverages from restaurants throughout the airport’s terminals, creating a tailored, contactless experience. The new service, LAXOrderNow.com, is a collaboration between Los Angeles World Airports, Unibail‐Rodamco‐Westfield Airports, and Grab.

Schiphol introduces new contactless F&B ordering service

Schiphol introduces new contactless F&B ordering service

In collaboration with HMSHost International, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has started a pilot that makes it possible for passengers to order food and drinks at Schiphol outlets after security control in advance with a QR code.