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Trio of new food and drink options at T3

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Passengers travelling through Manchester Airport’s Terminal Three will soon have the chance to try three new food and beverage outlets, which opened this week.

Offering passengers a mix of options, the outlets will provide additional choice to the six outlets already in operation airside.

Flat White, The Nook and Kiosco are to be operated by HMS Host, and will offer a variety of culinary options for every type of traveller’s taste and budget.

 

Flat White

Flat White offers Terminal Three passengers exquisite coffee and much more. As well as a wide range of coffees, Flat White offers tasty treats for any time of the day. It features a selection of freshly baked pastries, cakes, donuts, sandwiches and a Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free porridge pot.

 

The Nook

The Nook is a premium food and beverage outlet offering stunning runway views. The Nook offers a contemporary and elegant atmosphere where passengers can spoil themselves with an excellent range of drinks and a delicious small bite.

 

Kiosco

Kiosco has a grab and go offer that enables passengers to choose quickly from a wide variety of snacks and drinks. Delicious coffee, soft drinks and sandwiches – everything passengers need within their reach nice and quickly.

 

Stephen Turner, commercial director at Manchester Airport, said: “We are delighted to launch three new options for passengers flying through Terminal Three.

“Each outlet offers something different and perfectly complements the existing food and beverage portfolio in the terminal.”

Walter Seib, CEO of HMSHost International added: “We are delighted to be increasing our portfolio and building on our current operations at Manchester Airport’s Terminal Three.

“Whether it’s a quick bite you’re after or you want to linger on your breakfast whilst watching the runway, we believe we have created a place to be for all travellers to enjoy.”

Manchester Airport is a global gateway – and the largest airport outside London – with over 210 destinations served by 70 airlines.

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