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New Restaurants And Shops At Gothenburg Landvetter Airport

A new range of food, drink, and shopping options was inaugurated at Göteborg Landvetter Airport.

Gothenburg Landvetter Airport celebrated the opening of its new restaurant and shops on March 26. Following a six-month renovation, the airport has enhanced its commercial services.

new restaurant and shops open at Gothenburg Landvetter Airport

The inauguration included speeches, a ribbon-cutting, and various festivities. Notable figures such as Airport Director Anna Strömwall and Björn Olsson, CEO of SSP, were in attendance, along with passengers who visited the airport that day.

“It feels wonderful to be here today to celebrate this milestone with our partners and passengers. We have a brand new commercial offering and a brand new, significantly improved, passenger experience, which has been developed here at Göteborg Landvetter over the past six months, where we have listened to our passengers and brought in variety in terms of the range of shopping, food and drink, and the price tag. There should be something for all tastes and all budgets. The feedback from our passengers has been very positive – many have said that is incredibly nice here, with all the new shops and restaurants,” says Anna Strömwall, airport director at Göteborg Landvetter Airport. 

Adding To Established Shopping And Dining Options At Gothenburg Airport

Since last autumn, Göteborg Airport has welcomed new retail and dining establishments, broadening travelers’ options. WHSmith, InMotion, and Sweshop have joined existing shops like Göteborg Duty-Free, Pocket Shop, and Eton. These outlets offer everything from snacks and electronics to souvenirs and gifts.

There has also been a significant expansion in dining choices. Renowned brands Joe & The Juice and Espresso House have reinvented themselves, and they are joined by newcomers like Bastard Burgers, PONG Sushi & Poké, Barino, Bistro & Bar, C/C Cornelius Coffee, and FIKA, which are brought to the airport by SSP. Apart from offering coffee and Swedish fika, these venues provide a relaxed bar setting where travelers can enjoy wine or beer. Additionally, the burger joint Max is upgrading its space in line with a new concept, set to reopen in late spring.

“In our work to change and improve our commercial offering, we have listened to what the passengers have been asking for, such as being able to sit down and eat, but also that there should be a grab-and-go option to take with you on your journey. Our goal is to make shopping, food and drink part of the passenger experience. There should be a wide range of restaurants to suit many different needs and a variety of product ranges, price categories and brands. A stronger commercial offering is not only important for the passenger experience – it also helps us maintain competitive airport charges and, in the long run, improved connectivity both within Sweden and from western Sweden to the rest of the world,” says Charlotte Ljunggren, director of marketing and commercial development at Swedavia.

“This is an incredibly important day for us at SSP and a milestone for the big changes we have created here at Göteborg Landvetter Airport. Together with Swedavia, we have managed to create an entirely new range of food selection at the airport with something that suits all passengers and wallets. This has been achieved through an entirely new mix of external and proprietary brands, which create a nice oasis for meetings and comfort. Food and beverage are a natural part of a journey and with today’s opening celebrations, we are convinced that we have created a very positive experience for passengers,” says Björn Olsson, CEO for Scandinavian Service Partner AB (SSP).

Gothenburg Landvetter Airport Restaurants & Shops

Here are the newly opened units at Göteborg Landvetter Airport. (In addition to these, 7-Eleven, Aera Airport Fashion, Eton, Göteborg Duty Free, Pocket Shop and Pressbyrån have been open for some time.)

Food & Beverage

  • Barino Italian-Inspired Cuisine: A dining establishment that celebrates Italian cuisine. It offers an array of Italian-inspired food and drink selections, including high-quality espresso and popular Italian flavors.
  • Bastard Burgers: Offering the most delicious street food burgers, drawing inspiration from New York street food and quality Norrland ingredients. The focus is on high-quality meat, excellent bread, and creating outstanding burgers.
  • Bistro & Bar: Provides a relaxed dining atmosphere with an international and local menu.
  • C/C Cornelius Coffee: A cozy spot for coffee enthusiasts and lovers of Swedish fika and homemade cuisine. It boasts a modern yet quintessentially Swedish vibe and presents an extensive menu of hot and cold dishes.
  • Espresso House: Espresso House, a prominent coffee brand in the Nordics, offers a wide range of breakfast and lunch options, from organic coffee and homemade granola with yogurt to fresh smoothies, salad bowls, and sandwiches.
  • FIKA: A Swedish café tradition featuring a variety of pastries. Enjoy the chocolatey kärleksmums, kokostopp, and hallongrotta, alongside freshly baked bread and classic baked goods, all complemented by freshly brewed coffee.
  • Joe & The Juice: Elevates the juice bar experience through outstanding service and a vast selection of freshly squeezed juices. They offer everything from energy-boosting shots to nutritious shakes filled with superfoods, distinguishing themselves within the competitive juice market.

Shopping

  • Pocket Shop: A cozy bookstore that offers a wide variety of books, including romance, suspense, murder mysteries, nonfiction, and children’s literature. Customers can explore the best-sellers or seek recommendations from the well-informed staff to find the perfect book for their journey.
  • Sweshop: Offers a variety of traditional Swedish souvenirs and delicacies, including herring, wild game sausages, and crispbread. It’s a great place to find gifts and enjoy shopping for unique items.
  • WHSmith: A convenient store for travelers that offers various food options. You’ll find breakfast items, sandwiches, coffee, hot dogs, and salads. It’s an ideal place to get a quick bite before a flight or while on the plane. In addition to food, WHSmith also offers a selection of travel essentials, magazines, books, and souvenirs.

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