Servair inaugurates the first Air Lounge Café at Aimé Césaire Airport in Fort-de-France
Servair, the leading French and third global provider of airline catering and airport services, is inaugurating the first Air Lounge Café today at the Aimé Césaire Martinique International Airport in Fort-de-France, in the presence of Jérôme Ceccaldi, Servair Executive Vice-President France & Asia, and Frantz Thodiard, the airport's Chairman of the Board.
The opening of the new location is aligned with the development strategy of Servair, which aims to expand its rangeof airport services. The launch of Air Lounge Café, set to be adapted at various sites, bolsters the 41 positions already held by Servair on the airport catering market worldwide.
Entirely developed by Servair, the Air Lounge Café concept provides customers with a soothing environment, conducive to conversation and relaxation, where they may dine or order food to go. The Café has a unique architectural identity with variations to match different airport configurations.
In July 2012, Servair and its local partner, Monplaisir, won the contract to exclusively manage and operate the various catering outlets and points of sale (e.g. café-bar and vending machines) at the Fort-de-France passenger terminal for a period of ten years. The opening of the 109 m2 Air Lounge Café is the first step in the execution of this project. The set of all airside and landside catering facilities will cover 1,400 m2.