April 23 2015  |  Airline & Terminal News

SSP to open 10 outlets at YUL

By Rick Lundstrom

SSP Canada will develop 10 units over 13,500-square-feet and introduce a mix of local and continental as well as international proprietary brands at Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL). 

All of the outlets are scheduled to open throughout 2016. The contract has an initial seven-year term with a three-year option. Over the full 10-year period, the contract is valued at approximately $200 million. 

“Montréal is renowned for its abundance of trend-setting restaurants and Quebecoise cuisine icons,” said Michael Svagdis, President and CEO of SSP Canada. “We are incredibly proud to be working in partnership with Aéroports de Montréal to shine a spotlight on Montréal’s food culture, while introducing SSP’s own, award-winning original brands to the passengers of YUL.” 

YUL handles close to to 15 million passengers per year, and provides non-stop air service to over 130 destinations worldwide.  Since 2000, Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) has invested more than $2 billion and upgraded YUL. 

SSP planes 10 new outlets at YUL. The list can be found here

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