New pub and two new Costa cafes to open at Norwich Airport
- Credit: Norwich Airport
A pub and two new Costa cafes will be coming to Norwich Airport, thanks in part to a new partnership with The Restaurant Group.
A pub and a Costa cafe will be coming to Norwich Airport, thanks in part to a new partnership with The Restaurant Group.
The airport has announced that TRG Concessions, which is part of the group, has been chosen to open new outlets as part of ongoing plans to transform the airport's retail and catering offering.
The two Cafe Oasis shops will be replaced with a Navigator pub, but coffee-lovers will not miss out, thanks to a new Costa, joining one already opened last week on the landside.
The site has recently been boosted by further investment from WH Smith, which has opened a new airside store and refurbished its landside shop.
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Richard Pace, managing director of Norwich Airport, said: 'This is fantastic news for passengers. TRG has over 25 years' experience of providing exceptional hospitality to the travelling public and we're delighted to be partnering with them to bring these exciting food and drink brands to Norwich Airport.
'On the retail side we now have a brand new WH Smith shop airside and their landside store has just completed a major refit - both look great. These developments follow the opening of our new duty free store in June, offering passengers even more choice.'
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