HMSHost International Prepares for Expansion to Bali

HMSHost International Prepares for Expansion to Bali

HMSHost International, a global leader in the food and beverage industry for tourists, won the tender for cooperation with tenant partner of food and beverages (F&B) for the addition of 6 new locations by Angkasa Pura I, the operator of the I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport. “This is part of the second phase partnership cooperation tender. These six new stores are located in both domestic and international departure and arrival areas,” said Regional Managing Director of HMSHost Asia Pacific, David Mackay, on Wednesday (Sep 1).

These six new sites will last for 5 years and an additional 1 year of restoration (six years in total). This latest cooperation contract is an additional victory from the five restaurant locations that HMSHost had previously won in the first phase of the tender in May 2021. “Continuing our work at Bali Airport, we will open more F&B businesses with the addition of 6 new locations. Since entering in 2013, we have established ourselves as a major F&B operator in all international terminals and greatly appreciate the strong collaboration with Angkasa Pura I,” he said.

We are proud to bring our global favorite brands to Bali Airport, including Pizza Hut in two locations alongside Australian-style café named The Coffee Club. HMSHost is proud to continuously bring memorable F&B experiences to international passengers at Bali Airport.

Meanwhile, President Director of PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero), Faik Fahmi, stated that HMSHost International which again won the F&B partnership cooperation tender, this time in phase 2, for the next 6 years, follows the previous victory in the F&B partnership cooperation tender in phase 1. “We also really appreciate HMSHost International’s steps to maintain its interest in running a business at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport in the midst of declining international passenger traffic due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, we have confidence that international passenger traffic will recover as soon as international flight doors begin to reopen,” he said. (BTN/015)

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