29 Jun 17 - Press releases - Airports

Areas touches down in Ibiza’s airport with a revamped, trend-setting image and culinary offer

Areas, a leader in Food&Beverage and Travel Retail services, is shoring up its position as a food and beverage operator at Ibiza Airport with the renewal of the four food&beverage concessions it managed there and now operates with the brands Deli&Cia, Paul, StrEat (with brands such as Rossosapore, Kirei, Can Terra and Coffee & Bakery with La Mediterránea) and Santa Gloria with The Market. The concession, covering more than 10,700 sq ft and valid for eight years, is completed with the renovation of the vending-machine management at the airport for five years. Areas also manages the Café del Mar outlet in the airport.

The company has been present at Ibiza Airport, one of the busiest in passenger traffic in Spain, since 2004.  Over these 12 years and thanks to its know-how and experience, Areas has pioneered concepts and ranges to adapt to new customer demand (66% international travelers) and seasonal factors (77% of passengers visit the island between May and September), with ranges adjusted to each passenger type.

The Areas offering brings local food concepts that are favorites in the city center to Ibiza’s airport for the first time with products such as the pintxos (morsels of food on skewers) and tapas from Can Terra and the pastries from La Mediterránea, and combines them with own formulas proving popular at benchmark airports such as Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas with Deli & Cia and Kirei, as well as international renowned brands like Paul and Rossosapore.

This revamp shores up Areas’ commitment to Ibiza Airport and responds to the company’s decision to drive quality concepts and offer the best experience to our clients in all the airports where it operates,” said Oscar Vela, Areas CEO for Spain, Portugal and Latin America. “It is a balanced, quality offering that blends innovative concepts, tailored to travelers and prevailing in large cities, and recognized by an international clientele as well as the people from Ibiza,” he added.

DELI&CIA

Deli&Cia is a successful grab&go concept created by Areas exclusively for airports with an extensive implementation across the world. The trend-setting brand features a range tailored to travelers with little time who don’t want to give up healthy eating. Its welcoming and fresh atmosphere in a 1,064 sq ft space makes it the ideal place for every kind of traveler.

Deli & Cia offers a revamped line of products covering sandwiches, bagels, wraps, and hot and cold baguettes based on Mediterranean recipes, as well as fresh salads and contemporary products like quinoa, dips, seasonal cream of vegetable soups, cakes, the best dairy products, and a surprising array of sweet snacks (cereal bars, cookies, etc.) and savory fare (veggie chips, nuts, popcorn, and more) displayed in dedicated shelving.  The beverage offering is varied and trendy, with vitamin waters, natural fruit smoothies and juices, and Aloe Vera drinks and teas.

The brand has 17 outlets in six different countries and new launches are planned for France, the US, Chile, Mexico and Colombia.

 

THE MARKET/SANTA GLORIA

 

Santagloria is the trend-setting coffee & bakery concept. An outlet with an attractive range of coffee, chocolate drinks, and tea, along with an extensive variety of sweet and savory choices to cover all consumption opportunities and different customer profiles. It’s the perfect companion for The Market, the benchmark convenience store in airports, in the arrivals area. Operating out of the busiest airports such as Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas and Barcelona, the seven outlets of The Market boast a wide range of gifts and souvenirs, along with convenience food and regional delicacies.

 

PAUL

Paul will open in 2018 when the airport has finished its improvement in the security checkpoint area. Paul is the “Coffee Bakery” specialist with a vast range of sandwiches. The French chain, founded in 1889, enjoys great international renown and is present in 39 countries on four continents, with more than 600 outlets. The nearly 2,100 sq ft outlet will be one of the star attractions of Ibiza Airport for its major visibility and appeal, thanks to high-end products, a carefully honed image, and a range that covers each time of day.

 

Under the slogan “art de vivre a la française”, Paul upholds a daily commitment to its customers by offering them a complete array of top-quality products based on natural raw ingredients, with no artificial colors, additives or palm oil.

 

STREAT

StrEAT is a new “Food Market” concept which brings together four differently-themed culinary spaces, inspired by the trend-setting Street Food cuisine, totaling 524 square meters. StrEAT gives travelers the freedom of choosing from renowned commercial brands of great national and international prestige, allowing them to enjoy an extensive variety of cuisines made from top-quality products.

 

  • Can Terra

Pintxos and tapas with a local flavor. The two outlets in downtown Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca are legendary and a must for anyone visiting the islands due to the quality of the meat and Pintxos, in addition to the stunning decor and great, lively feel.

Can Terra is the most popular pintxos place on Ibiza, a brand held in high esteem by Spaniards and greatly appreciated by international customers, who look forward to finding somewhere at the airport where they can consume the typical cuisine of the country they are visiting. From tapas and pintxos made on the spot with locally sourced products to salads including their special goat’s cheese and salmon varieties, to ones that are a wink to the north of Spain such as the cod salad and the delicious Bilbao salad. Also featuring on the menu is a great variety of crispy thin-bread dishes and a wide offering of seasonal fare based on mushrooms, padron peppers, shrimp, fresh tuna, diced beef and baby lamb cutlets.

 

  • Kirei:

A Japanese restaurant that combines traditional dishes with Japanese/Mediterranean fusion options. Simple and elegant, the food is made from quality raw materials that will delight airport customers.

The menu features everything from stalwart favorites like tuna, salmon or cucumber makis and California rolls to pioneering recipes like the NY roll with toasted salmon skin, San Francisco rolls, Huitlacoche rolls, and salmon, ginger, and spring onion temaki sushi. You can also enjoy crowd-pleasers like surimi shrimp and apple dim sum, teriyaki mixed grill with white rice, or a bowl of spicy salmon with fried egg and potato, among many other specialties.

Kirei currently has one iconic outlet at Adolfo Suárez Madrid Airport terminal 4 and another at terminal 1, which have become firm airport favorites. It’s also present in Las Cortes (Hotel Double Tree By Hilton – Prado, Madrid), Aspen Kirei (Plaza De La Moraleja, Madrid) and Kirei Valeria (Hotel Room Mate Valeria, Malaga).

 

  • Rossosapore

Established in Naples nearly 30 years ago, Rossosapore selects the finest Italian products with the clear aim of bringing to the table the true tastes that emerge from Neapolitan home kitchens every day. The brand offers a selection of the best pizzas made from traditional recipes such as marinara, margherita, napolitana, capricciosa and calzone, in addition to an extensive range of more select specialties like siciliana al filetto, gustosina, piccantella and rusticotta.

Rossosapore has an extensive presence, with more than 30 outlets in Italy and one in France, making it easily identifiable to the airport’s most frequent international public: the British, Germans, French, and Italians.

 

  • Coffee & Bakery with the La Mediterránea pastry shop:

This is a local flavor coffee and bakery concept for which La Meditarránea has developed a line of pastries. This family firm makes its 100% craft products every day in an endeavor to enable customers to enjoy a sweet moment that will brighten their day. It has two specialized confectionery and pastry outlets on Ibiza that have become an island benchmark. Over its 17 year history, Pastelería Medierránea has rolled out a wide range of bread and confectionery products with one goal: excellent-quality raw materials craft-made in its Sant Rafel kitchen.

Coffee & Bakery with La Mediterránea seamlessly adapts to the needs of domestic and international passengers, offering local craft confectionery and a large diversity of food and beverages including coffee, pastries, and sandwiches, in addition to a dedicated gluten-free line.