June 10 2015  |  Airline & Terminal News

SSP Asia Pacific wins £47 million contract at Australia’s HBA

By Rick Lundstrom

The terminal at Hobart International Airport is undergoing refurbishment set for completion in 2016

SSP Asia Pacific has secured a contract to run five new restaurants and cafes at Hobart International Airport in Tasmania. The contract, valued at £47 million (US$67 million), will run for nine years, and makes SSP the sole food and beverage operator at the airport.

Hobart International Airport is about to undergo a significant redevelopment and SSP are working closely with developers to create outlets that reflect the culture and heritage of Australia, and the very best of Tasmanian food and drink.

“We are looking forward to working in partnership with Hobart International Airport over the coming years,” said Chris Rayner, CEO of SSP Asia Pacific. “There is considerable scope for growth and opportunities in Australia’s food travel industry and with our expertise and understanding of the Australian market, we will bring the very best fresh food, drink and service to passengers.” 

SSP is currently operating some temporary outlets at the airport until the terminal is refurbished in 2016.

 

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