The largest coffee chain in the Nordics will open two stores at Stockholm Arlanda Airport in partnership with HMSHost International, which is expanding its F&B presence at the travel hub
HMSHost International will operate seven standalone stores and one food court from mid-2023 | Photo credit:
Travel concession operator HMSHost International is set to open seven new food and beverage outlets at Stockholm Arlanda Airport, including two new Espresso House coffee shops, alongside a new food court from mid-2023.
State-owned airport operator Swedavia’s redevelopment of Stockholm Arlanda Airport will combine terminals 4 and 5, consolidating the airport’s food and beverage offerings into a single marketplace.
The €80m ($84m) contract will also see HMSHost open outlets of its on-the-go Fresh Forward concept and café-bar Brew’d.
“The redevelopment of Stockholm Arlanda Airport’s food and beverage offerings gave us an opportunity to reimagine our guest experience. Our extensive brand portfolio and strong local relationships created the perfect platform from which we could curate a beautiful, and truly Swedish, guest experience,” said Sytze van der Aa, Regional Managing Director Europe, HMSHost International.
HMSHost International has operated at Stockholm Arlanda Airport since 2005 and also has a strong presence at Sweden’s Skavsta Airport. Additionally, the travel concession company operates at Copenhagen Airport, Denmark, Helsinki Airport, Finland, and four airports in Norway.