Travel Food Services (TFS), which is into travel-focused food and beverages (F&B) and retail business, has bagged master concessionaire contract for operating and managing F&B outlets at the Goa airport, a senior airport official said Tuesday. The company, which currently operates more than 280 outlets across airports, railway stations and highways, spread across 19 cities, won the mandate after competitive bidding.
«TFS has won the contract as a master concessionaire for retail and food and beverages for Goa airport at a cost of Rs 3.98 crore per month,» Goa airport director CH Negi told reporters in Vasco. As part of the contract, the company will revamp the existing F&B facility, he said.
It will also invite reputed food and beverages brands, both domestic and international, to set up their outlets at the airport.
Negi said that the company has already opened 13 outlets, adding that all the outlets, including food courts, will be operational by the year-end. «Revamping the food and beverages facility at the Goa airport would be an exciting opportunity for the company,» said Sunil Kapur, chairman, TFS.
The company has major concessions across key airports including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Bengaluru, he added.
Source: Zee Business