Boston Pizza opens first airport location at Edmonton International

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Global restaurateur HMSHost has partnered with Boston Pizza International Inc. to bring Canada’s favorite pizzas to travelers at Edmonton International Airport (EIA), with a new location opening at EIA Central Tower, past International/Domestic Security.

This is the first Boston Pizza in an airport and guests will able to choose from a variety of Boston Pizza’s menu items, including its gourmet pizzas made with fresh dough, pasta dishes and a wide variety of appetizers, salads, entrées and desserts.

“Edmonton International Airport is very proud to host Boston Pizza’s first airport location world-wide. Boston Pizza is a hometown success that started in Edmonton and grew to be loved across Canada and beyond, while HMSHost operates restaurants in over 100 airports worldwide and brings extensive expertise in travel dining. That’s a winning formula, and the biggest winners are our passengers, who are really excited to see Boston Pizza, a family favorite as a new airport option,” said Myron Keehn, vice president of commercial development at Edmonton International Airport.

“We are excited to partner with Boston Pizza, an iconic Canadian brand that has a fun, energetic vibe and a diverse menu for travelers of all ages,” said HMSHost vice president of business development Kent Vanden Oever. “Bringing more delicious food options such as this sought after favorite to travelers at Edmonton International Airport is part of our goal to enhance the overall traveler experience.”

“Edmonton is where Boston Pizza was founded more than 50 years ago, so it’s especially meaningful to open our first airport location in this city,” said Joanne Forrester, regional vice president, Western Canada at Boston Pizza. “We’re excited to provide our hometown fans with a familiar meal and a comfortable setting before they take off on their journeys. We also look forward to introducing our menu to travelers from around the world.”

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