Aberdeen, UK, 2021-Dec-08 — /Travel PR News/ — The Granite City has reopened at Aberdeen International Airport for the first time in 20 months.
Following discussions with business partner The Restaurant Group (TRG) both organisations are delighted to see the pub reopen.
The popular landside bar has been closed since March 2020 and for a short period earlier this year was used as a temporary testing space before the purpose-built facility opened.
Granite City will have a limited menu on offer as it looks to expand its team in the coming months.
It’s opening hours will also be restricted with passengers urged to check opening times at the airport’s website.
Jemma Cumming, commercial manager at Aberdeen International Airport, said: “This is the first landside catering unit we have managed to reopen as we make small steps towards our recovery.
“We have been working hard with our business partners to support them as much as possible with reopening plans at our terminal.
“This will offer passengers more choice and we know the Granite City will be a popular choice with passengers who may have connecting flights.
“We wish to thank all of our business partners for their hard work throughout the pandemic.”
Jonathan Knight, Managing Director of TRG, said: “We are thrilled to have re-opened The Granite City pub after a challenging period of closure due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
“Our partnership with Aberdeen International Airport has been a great platform to re-build our operations and The Granite City will now allow us to welcome guests back to a landside location for a fantastic range of hot drinks, snacks and local beers.
“We are excited to open our doors again and look ahead to a busy and successful 2022.”
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Source: Aberdeen International Airport