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Starbucks, Subway and other restaurants that already operate in the AIFA

Starbucks, Subway and Krispy Kreme are some of the food brands that already operate at the Felipe Ángeles International Airport.

The official site of the new airport was opened a few hours before the inauguration and, in the ‘Commercial Area’ tab, some of the franchises and businesses that offer their services within the facilities are listed.

The Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) announced that it has 266 commercial premises inside. Of these, only 58 have been leased.

But those responsible for the airport say that there are more than 300 companies interested in having a commercial space within the facilities.

Only on the first day of functions, the AIFA will carry out 20 air operations where around 2,000 passengers will be mobilized, according to Luis Cresencio Sandoval, Secretary of National Defense.

In this sense, it is expected that, as the number of national and international flights and passenger traffic grows, more commercial premises will be leased.

Businesses within the AIFA

For now, on the page recently launched by AIFA volaraifa.mx, the businesses that already offer their services are the following:

Restaurants inside the AIFA

  • subway
  • starbucks
  • Kikos Pastes
  • Krispy Kreme
  • cinnamon
  • Salute Food&Drink
  • Kings Commercial Specialties
  • the lantern
  • shake shake
  • whistles
  • the fogoncito
  • Didao Chinese Ciusine

Other services within the AIFA

  • Zuyu Aesthetics
  • Angel Ortiz Jewelry
  • duty-free
  • Xochitl handicrafts
  • Britt Shop Gifts
  • Crocs shoe sales

A Twitter user posted that in the Subway that already operates in the AIFA there was no availability for all the products on the menu:

For its part, Alsea, the corporation that operates chains such as Starbucks, also assured that restaurants such as Domino’s, Vip’s, Burger King and Italianni’s will soon land at the AIFA.

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