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SSP to open 12 food and beverage units at Brussels South Charleroi Airport

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SSP’s new units will be located landside and airside, where a third floor designed to accommodate food and beverage facilities will be developed.

SSP Group PLC, a leading operator of food and beverage outlets in travel locations worldwide, has secured a contract with Brussels South Charleroi Airport (BSCA) to open 12 units.

Offering travellers a carefully crafted mix of internationally renowned brands as well as cutting-edge local and bespoke concepts created specially for the airport, SSP’s new units will be located landside and airside, where a third floor designed to accommodate food and beverage facilities will be developed.

Starbucks will be the first unit to open, and it will welcome its first customers from December. This will be followed by the opening of a Burger King, Panos and Camden Food. All 12 units are scheduled to be trading by August 2019.

Gérard d'Onofrio, managing director of SSP France and Benelux said; "We’re very proud to be announcing this great range of new bars and restaurants which has been developed in close partnership with the team at Brussels-Charleroi Airport.”

Jean-Jacques Cloquet, chief executive officer of Brussels South Charleroi Airport, said; "We’re delighted to welcome SSP as a new partner of the airport. Our innovative new concepts mean we’ll be able to ensure great quality service, and that there will be something of appeal for all our passengers."

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