The Winnipeg Airports Authority announced today the local and national concessionaires which will be present in the new $572 million air terminal building late next year.
“We are pleased to be working with master concessionaires The Paradies Shops for retail and SSP Canada who will oversee food and beverage service. Both have a proven track record in an airport environment and we are pleased to have them on board,” said Barry Rempel, President and CEO of Winnipeg Airports Authority.
Calling the James A. Richardson International Airport home will be T.G.I. Friday’s, Stella’s Café and Bakery, Winnipeg’s legendary Salisbury House, Tim Hortons, Rice Tales, Upper Crust, Gondola Pizza and Starbucks Coffee.
As for retail, various full-service news and gift stores will be present, along with some notable brands. Among the retailers will be Toad Hall Toys, PGA Tour Shop, CNBC News Winnipeg (a first to the Canadian market), McNally Robinson Booksellers and Rosetta Stone. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory will also have a storefront in the new air terminal building.
Updated 12:30 p.m. — uploaded video