Grab mobile ordering at three more US airports

Passengers can order food at multiple airport restaurants with the Grab app

E-commerce platform Grab, with its launch partner Delaware North, is starting mobile ordering in three more US airports.

Passengers at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood (FLL), Denver (DEN) and Louis Armstrong News Orleans (MSY) will be able to order food from their mobile devices. Among the three airports, 25 more restaurants will be offering mobile ordering, 10 in the New Orleans airport and 15 in Fort Lauderdale.

Grab currently has mobile ordering at 27 restaurants at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta (ATL) and Austin-Bergstrom (AUS).

Kevin Kelly, president of Delaware North Travel Hospitality Services:

“Grab has been the ideal partner to launch mobile ordering for our restaurants in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The system is easy to implement, and we have already seen great success in just a few short months. We look forward to continuing the momentum as we roll out the service through the rest of our network.”

Mark Bergsrud, CEO of Grab:

“We are excited to extend Grab’s mobile capabilities in these new markets. It is our aim to improve the airport travel experience. We are giving passengers the resources they need to save time and easily find the amenities they need when they need them.”

Grab is an open platform that connects airport restaurants, retailers, and services to passengers. It allows passengers to order on their phone from airport restaurants.

Grab also provides directory information for airport food, retail and service establishments.

It is currently available at ATL, AUS, DEN, FLL, MSY, OKC, RIC

And is coming soon to BNA, BOI, BUF, CHS, DFW, DTW, JFK, LAX, MSP, ONT, TPA, XNA.

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