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Fraport USA opens retail and dining outlets at BWI Marshall Airport

Fraport USA has announced the arrival of new restaurants, shops and amenities at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in the USA.

Two restaurants have been added to the passenger offering: Flying Dog Tap House, whose menu features beers from Maryland’s largest brewery, beef sliders and hot dogs; and Phillips Seafood, which serves seafood dishes and has a grab-and-go counter.

New retailers include Diva by Cindy, which sells natural alcohol-free hair care; @ease, an athleisure apparel and accessories outlet; La Boutique in concourse D, selling accessories, cosmetics and fragrances; and NYS Collection, a sunglasses and eyewear shop.

Brett Kelly, vice president, Airmall Maryland, said, “Fraport USA is committed to enhancing the airport experience for travelers. The newest additions at BWI Marshall support Fraport USA’s focus on delivering a shopping and dining destination featuring top and emerging brands, street pricing, regional flavor and innovative concepts.”

Written by Kirstie Pickering

August 3, 2017





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