Brunetti café opened in T4 at Melbourne Airport

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Italian-style café chain Brunetti has opened its latest store in the newly developed Terminal 4 (T4) building at Melbourne Airport in Australia.

Brunetti will provide travelers with a choice between two specially crafted coffees including Nero for short or long blacks, and Bianco for lattes or cappuccino. The outlet also serves a range of food including pizzas, sandwiches and salads, as well as cakes and gelato.

The new T4 building is the first in the Asia-Pacific region to open as a completely self-service check-in operation, with 10 self-service check-in kiosks and automated bag drops operating on the ground level. It also contains a 1,200-seat departure lounge surrounded by a range of outlets including Oporto, McDonald’s, Think Asia, Ali Baba and Salsa’s.

Andrew Gardiner, executive – customer, Melbourne Airport, said, “We’re aiming to provide travelers with a truly Melbourne experience at T4, and Brunetti is synonymous with Melbourne’s renowned coffee culture. We’re thrilled Brunetti has joined the Melbourne Airport family and is now sharing their authentic Italian flavors with travelers.”

Delisa Angele, marketing manager at Brunetti, said, “We’re thrilled to be a part of Melbourne Airport’s new T4. We have always loved the city that has grown our humble family business into an icon and we’re proud to be offering travelers an authentic taste of Melbourne before they fly.”

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