BTA to operate dining outlets at Tunis-Carthage International in Tunisia

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Food and beverage operator BTA, a subsidiary of TAV Airports, has been awarded a contract for the management of two dining outlets at Tunis-Carthage International Airport in Tunisia. The contract will last for a period of eight years and will also involve renovating the two outlets. It is the third location to be managed by BTA in Tunisia following contracts with Enfidha and Monastir airports.

Sadettin Cesur, CEO for BTA, said, “We have extended our journey that was initiated at Istanbul Atatürk Airport to seven countries by providing service to over 90,000 passengers daily. We are now offering our experiences that we developed together with TAV to different airports worldwide. We took an important step by winning the tender for the food and beverage points at Carthage Airport, Tunisia. We will expand our brands, and business model, which is based on food safety, taste, and friendly service to Carthage Airport.

“We will continue to search for new opportunities globally especially in our target regions of the Middle East, North Africa and the Balkans. While increasing the productivity and the number of guests we serve at the existing points, we will operate to continue the double-digit growth by adding new points to our portfolio.”

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