SSP America, the North American division of SSP Group and an operator of food and beverage brands in travel locations worldwide, has received unanimous approval by the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (SDCRAA) Board for a third food and beverage package at San Diego International Airport (SAN).
This agreement adds an additional six brands to SSP's lineup, bringing the total number of its operated locations to 17. This makes SSP the primary concessionaire within the airport's food and beverage program.
San Diego International ranks as the nation's busiest single-runway commercial airport, serving just under 17 million passengers in 2011. Projected growth for the airport is set at upwards of 27 million passengers per annum by 2030.
The six new brands include SSP's own award-winning UrbanCrave, serving up street cuisine, and SSP's newest authentic Mexican fare, Mango Taco Truck. This new package also includes San Diego home-based Jack in the Box and Ryan Bros. Coffee, along with 2 Peet's Coffee & Tea. SSP's full list of restaurants that are set to debut at SAN are:
- Vin De Syrah (T2 East);
- Pacifica Restaurant (T1 West);
- Ryan Bros. Coffee (T2 West, T1 West);
- Jack in the Box (T2 East, T1 West);
- Qdoba (T2 West);
- Panda Express (T2 East);
- Peet's Coffee & Tea (T2 West, T2 East, T1 West);
- Red Mango (T2 West);
- UrbanCrave(T2 West, T1 West);
- Upper Crust (T1 West);
- Camden food co. (T2 West);
- Mango Taco Truck (T2 West)
"SSP America has a shared vision with the Authority and its comprehensive Concessions Development Program (CDP). We worked closely with the Authority to ensure that our line-up delivered familiar national and regional brands, classic and sophisticated local favorites and a taste of some of our newest, most innovative concepts to San Diego travelers. There's something for everyone," said Jaimini Erskine, SSP's senior director of Business Development.
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