Noida International Airport embarks on a multicuisine journey with HMSHost India

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Noida International Airport (NIA) is all set to provide a unique airport culinary experience with the awarding of Food and Beverage (F&B) concession to HMSHost India (a subsidiary of Avolta) last week.

The concessionaire will build and operate restaurants, cafes, and other food franchises within the airport terminal. With this new partnership, NIA aims to curate an impressive array of offerings, featuring quality food served in a hygienic environment and enhancing the overall experience at the airport. The F&B offerings at NIA will blend local flavours with global cuisine, ensuring a comprehensive and satisfying dining experience for everyone. The outlets will provide a world-class, yet affordable dining experience to customers.

Christoph Schnellmann, Chief Executive Officer, Noida International Airport, said, “We are excited to announce our partnership with HMSHost India Pvt. Ltd. With their global expertise in the hospitality industry, we are confident that they will bring a unique and customer-friendly ambiance to the airport’s dining experience. We aim to curate an impressive array of offerings that blend local flavours with global cuisine, ensuring an appropriate balance that caters to diverse appetites. This partnership reflects our commitment to providing world-class facilities and services to customers, ensuring a seamless travel experience.”

Commenting on the occasion, Jagvir Rana, Managing Director India Subcontinent at Avolta said, “We are deeply honored and grateful for the opportunity extended to us by Noida International Airport, to play a role in this exciting new airport and operate seven brand new outlets. Our dining experience at the new airport has been meticulously crafted to fuse global excellence with a local touch; each concept promises to make every traveler happier. We look forward to realizing a successful partnership and exceeding expectations.”

Noida International Airport will combine Indian warmth and hospitality with Swiss technology and efficiency to develop a modern, user-friendly design, inspired by India. The first phase of the airport, featuring one runway and one terminal, will have the capacity to handle traffic of 12 million passengers annually. Upon completion of all four development phases, the airport will be able to cater to 70 million passengers per year.

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