Passengers departing from Sydney Airport’s Terminal 2 can soon take advantage of a new range of casual dining options following an overhaul of the terminal’s food and beverage areas.
The works will introduce a range of new brands to the domestic terminal used by Virgin Australia, REX, Jetstar, FlyPelican and Tigerair including Green Label, Hokka Hokka, Mad Mex, Red Rooster, Roll’d, Sahara Grill and Sumo Salad.
Additionally, Chur Burger will open its first-ever airport outlet in the terminal, while additional seating will be installed along with improved signage to help travellers.
Construction is now underway with the first stage due for completion by year’s end and the full upgrades concluded in 2016.
“As part of the wider improvements plan for Sydney Airport, this project will revitalise the food and beverage offering in T2, Australia’s busiest airport terminal,” said Sydney Airport’s MD/CEO Kerrie Mather.
“Sydney Airport is Australia’s gateway and we’re working hard to deliver our passengers an enhanced customer experience and more efficient operations to our airline partners,” Mather added.
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