Aena, the management company of Corvera Airport, have confirmed that four restaurant licenses have been awarded ahead of the opening day on January 15th next year. This includes Costa Coffee and Subway, two major chains that will be transferring their operations form San Javier airport to Corvera Airport when it opens for business. The other two restaurant and eatery companies include Foods&Goods and Semba.
Costa Coffee will be based in the departure lounge, offering food, snacks and hot beverages to holidaymakers making their way through the airport. Meanwhile, Semba will be located in the check-in and arrivals hall. The exact location of Subway and Foods&Goods has not yet been fully confirmed but will be easily available to passengers and will provide a great range of food, snacks, drinks and more. It has been reported that the four businesses will share a space of aproximately 1,200 square meters, so it is more than likely that each restaurant and eatery will be located close by.
An award for a licence for a total of 18 vending machines stocked with food and drinks has also been awarded to Airfoods Restauracion Y Catering SL. There are also a number of other businesses that will be operating in the airport, including WHSmith, a submarine gift shop and an Ibérica Negocentro delicatessen. There will also be cash machines which will be operated by Euronet 360 Finance.
A number of other contracts have also been awarded following the same meeting in which the four restaurant and eatery licenses were awarded. This includes a contract for the supply of electricity during 2019 and 2020 which was awarded to Iberdrola. This was given at a cost of €334,417.78. A merger of Construcciones Iniesta, Pavasal and Construcciones Miguel Madrid e Hijos has also been contracted to create a parking area for hire cars at approximately €300,000. This will also include work to improve the green spaces and un-surfaced areas at a cost of €164,492.74.