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McCarran International Airport Concession

04.03.2020, 22:12

McCarran International Airport Concession

McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas has extended Autogrill’s food and beverage concession to 2035 in a contract worth almost US $1.5 billion.

The extension of the contract with Autogrill subsidiary, HMSHost, relates to the operation of multiple restaurant outlets.

Brands currently under management by the company include Sammy’s Beach Bar & Grill, Las Vegas ChopHouse, Metro Pizza, PGA TOUR Grill, Ruby’s Diner, Brookwood Farms BBQ, and recently opened outlets for Shake Shack and Pret A Manger (the first to be located in a North American airport).

HMSHost has also announced it will be adding Autogrill Group’s La Familia and PZA proprietary dining concepts to increase the number of restaurants it operates at the airport to over 60.

McCarran International Airport is one of the ten largest airports in the United States and reached a peak of 51.5 million passengers in 2019 (growth of 3.8 per cent over 2018).

The has been approved by the Clark County Board of Commissioners.

Commenting on the concession, Gianmario Tondato Da Ruos, Autogrill Group CEO, said:

“We are extremely pleased with this new important agreement, further strengthening our sound partnership with McCarran International Airport and confirming our Group’s leadership in the airport channel in North America.

“Thanks to a unique concession platform and to our operational excellence, we are a point of reference for the whole industry and a trusted partner for the world’s most relevant landlords.”

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