Airport Dining Leader Introduces New Concept, Drives Revenue in D.C., Atlanta
MIAMI, Fla. (May 10, 2018) — Master ConcessionAir (MCA), a leader in the airport dining industry, recently completed two projects in major U.S. airports, introducing a new concept and immediately driving airport revenue.
The first, located in Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), introduced a first-of-its-kind concept for Pizza Hut. MCA worked with YUM Brands to develop its first full-service dining experience, including a full bar, a full-service dining room and a full QSR counter.
The $1.8 million project encompassed a 2,015-square-foot space in Concourse D, which is served by United Airlines. MCA worked with the brand and airport throughout the process, from the RFP selection and design to menu development and operations.
MCA also recently completed a project at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) to drive airport revenue. The company worked in conjunction with both the brand and the airport to complete a new Sbarro, located in Concourse C, which is served by Delta Airlines.
MCA was involved throughout the process, from RFP selection and design to buildout and operations. The $2 million project turned an empty waiting area into the 745-square-foot QSR space that will act as a revenue generator for the airport.
Peter Amaro Jr., CEO of MCA, said both projects exemplify the company’s strengths and mission.
“At MCA, our goal is to bring comfort to travelers and generate revenue for airports all around the world, which sometimes includes thinking out of the box,” Amaro said. “We’re pleased to have worked with both the industry leaders, in Sbarro and Pizza Hut on these projects to further our goal of serving the world one guest at a time.”