December 6 2013  |  Airline & Terminal News

Autogrill to open outlets in Indonesia

By Rick Lundstrom

Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali

Eleven outlets will be at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali, two at the Surabaya-Juanda hub in East Java's Balikpapan Sepinggan Airport and three at Balikpapan Sepinggan Airport in Kalimantan.

The business will be run by ATG Indonesia, the new company set up via a joint venture between Autogrill’s HMSHost International Division and Taurus Gemilang, a local airport food and beverage operator. The concessions are expected to generate total revenues of approximately US$90 million over the 2014-2018 period, said Autogrill.

“Our start-up in Indonesia follows our entry into Vietnam in April, when we embarked on a new phase of our development in emerging Asian economies,” said Gianmario Tondato Da Ruos, Autogrill CEO.

The points of sale at the Bali-Ngurah Rai airport will be located in the International Terminal and will be approximately 2,200 square meters. Autogrill will bring a western coffee brand complemented by Toast Box, a local coffee and bakery concept, and La Place Express, a European fresh food market concept. Also part of the offering will be brands from the Group’s own portfolio such as Two Tigers, a sushi & noodle bar, Urban Food Market, an “on the go” convenience store serving fresh ingredients cooked to order on premise. There will be a themed café and bar concept called The Last Wave for the Balinese tourist market.

In Surabaya-Juanda Airport’s new Terminal 2, planned outlets will be Burger King and Popeye’s, a quick-service chicken outlet. In Balikpapan’s International Airport, the offering will include an Espresso 2 Go, a Western coffee-based outlet and a Burger King.

Angkasa Pura I, a state-owned enterprise handles management of the three airports. The company manages a total of 13 airports spread across central Indonesia. 

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