Airports

Areas has food and beverage concessions at 17 airports across Spain, giving travelers a year-round opportunity to discover new flavors, enjoy themselves, and wind down before a trip.

A customized offer that joins global brands with local gastronomy

Areas has a select and wide-ranging offer to satisfy the needs of different customers with options that adapt to each traveler profile. A combination of popular street concepts and others created specifically for the airport, complemented by the best retail offering.

Barajas, new culinary hub in Madrid

Areas is spearheading the food and beverage offer at Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas Airport, Spain's leading airport in passenger traffic, with a proposal of 26 restaurant brands covering a wide spectrum of offers, service types, price levels, and culinary options to satisfy the needs of different types of travelers, and rolling out options adapted to practically any necessity: snacks, business meals, family restaurants, and more. The food and beverage range includes acclaimed Spanish and international franchises, our own brands, and co-branding concepts in conjunction with leading companies in each category.

A unique project in Spain featuring everything from one of Europe’s largest Starbucks to the first Japanese restaurant at a Spanish airport, Kirei by Kabuki, the development of a new co-branding food and beverage concept with Evian, Espace Evian, the inclusion of Mahoudrid, an iconic establishment and entry gateway to Madrid, together with Mahou, the introduction of fine dining at the airport with Gastrohub and Pepito Grillo, and the debut of premium sandwich store Paul at a Spanish airport.

Groundbreaking proposals for el Prat airport

Areas continues to commit to Barcelona-El Prat airport, where it manages 17 outlets and has opened the first food truck with Dots Bakery, a gastronomic space that is original both for its decor and its varied product range. The food truck phenomenon began in New York and has been steadily gaining ground in cities such as London, Paris, and Berlin.

The fusion of street food and creative cuisine is becoming increasingly popular in Spain and strong demand was behind the roll-out of this new concept at the airport.

The company will also manage the craft bakery Santagloria, which blends a cosmopolitan ambiance with traditional produce. These two new openings, which together cover more than 4,800 sq ft, join the outlets that Areas already operated at the airport, including Burger King, Deli&Cia, The Market, and Sibarium, among others, shoring up its food and beverage and retail offer.

An offer that caters to an international public

Areas has 26 outlets at Palma de Mallorca airport, Spain's third largest airport in passenger traffic with 23 million travelers per year, with an offer that caters to an international public.