USA. Airmall has extended the dining and shopping offer at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to include a range of well-known local brands.
Airmall Maryland Vice President Brett Kelly said: “We are delighted to bring more exciting concepts to the Airmall. Travellers are in for a treat with local favourites like Pie Five, DC-3 Hot Dog, Brix & Vine and Pen & Prose gracing our concourses.”
The 1,370sq ft Brix & Vine in Concourse D offers a food menu as well as wines and Champagnes.
In Concourse B DC-3 Hot Dog (150sq ft) takes its vintage design cues from the ‘glory’ days of aviation. Styled like a classic DC-3 airliner, the eatery specialises in hot dogs but also offers grab-and-go meals, chips and breakfast specialties ranging from muffins and pastries to fresh fruit and parfaits.
Pen & Prose (800sq ft) in the airport’s new D/E connector offers a range of gifts and souvenirs, including stationery, greeting cards, desktop accessories and handbags.
Pie Five (1,050sq ft) is a new addition to the Main Terminal Food Court and offers made-to-order pizzas in less than five minutes. Salads and breakfast strombolis are also included on the menu.
BWI Marshall Chief Executive Officer Ricky Smith said: “We continue to emphasise high-quality services and amenities for our customers. BWI Marshall Airport passengers will appreciate these new food and retail offerings.”
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The company also organises the annual Airport Food & Beverage (FAB) Conference & Awards.
FAB 2017 , hosted by Greater Toronto Airports Authority, will take place in Toronto on 21-23 June. For details, click here.