Two international food outlets have opened its doors to airport users and the travelling public at the Seychelles International airport.
The Coffee Club is Australia’s largest home grown café brand, which serves a variety of coffee drinks and bistro food. It boasts a casual, sophisticated, stylish but yet an affordable meeting place for travelers and the general public. Located at the Domestic Terminal, it has been permitting both locals and visitors to experience an international bistro serving food and beverages throughout the day, with high standards of product quality and guest experience.
The second largest fast food hamburger chain in the world; the Burger King, is located inside the International Departure Lounge. Its signature recipes and family friendly dining experience, has been an enticing option for transit and departing passengers.
Thus the opening of the Burger King and The Coffee Club in December last year, by the Minor Food (Seychelles) Limited raised the standard of the Seychelles International Airport. Minor Food (Seychelles) Limited was awarded a bid by the Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA) to develop and operate food & beverage outlets on the landside of International Passenger Terminal and the International departure respectively.
In spite of Seychelles being a small island destination, it aims to provide world class services that will enhance customer experience, and meet expectations in terms of choices and quality, to the more than 7000,000 passengers going through the Seychelles International Airport on an annual basis.
“With the substantial increase in international airlines flying in and out of our International Airport, it has been essential for SCAA to upgrade and expand the Airport Terminal so as to cater for future development in its tourism industry, and at the same time develop services with renowned international brands, which will not only meet our customers’ expectations but also serve to raise the standard of the Seychelles International Airport” said the Chief Executive of the Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority, Mr. Gilbert Faure.
Quote from Minor group CEO-Cum Founder ; Mr William Heinecke