EGYPT. Cairo Airport Company has called a tender for a food & beverage concession covering four spaces at Cairo International Airport Terminal 2. The airport company said the concession offered “a unique business opportunity” for F&B at the African hub.

The four outlets range in size from 71sq m to 382sq m and are located in the T2 departures concourse airside, on level one and two respectively.

Categories that should be considered include casual, fine dining, Asian and international cuisine (see table). Cairo Airport Company confirmed that these are new spaces and aim to fill gaps in the dining mix at the location.

The bid deadline is 2 July.

As reported, Cairo T2 opened in phases last year following a US$400 million renovation, which began in 2012. SSP was awarded concessions covering 600sq m of F&B space in the new facility.

For more details about the tender please contact Senior Commercial Specialist Sameh Fathy at:

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