November 25 2013  |  Airline & Terminal News

Six outlets to open at Beijing Capital International Airport

By Tanya Filippelli

Food and beverage operator, SSP, has won contracts with a combined value of £50m to open six outlets at Beijing Capital International Airport, the main international airport serving China’s capital Beijing.

The company will operate Hong Kong-style café Tai Hing, bakery and sandwich store Panopolis, and French brasserie Le Grand Comptoir to serve domestic passengers in Terminal 2. 

Asian restaurant chain Thai Express, US-inspired sports bar O’Learys, and a second Tai Hing outlet are scheduled to open in the international area of Terminal 3 during the autumn of 2014. 

“China is an important strategic focus for SSP and we already have a substantial presence at Shanghai, Hangzhou, Haikou and Xi’an airports. We are delighted to be operating, for the first time, at the largest airport in China and are confident that this investment will prove successful both for us and for our partners at BCIA,” said Kate Swann, CEO of SSP.

 

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