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Reagan National Airport Traveler Update on Coronavirus

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Reagan National Airport Traveler Update on Coronavirus

Future Dining & Retail Options

Expanded selection of local and national brands will accompany construction of New Concourse and Security Checkpoints

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More than 14,000 square feet inside new passenger facilities at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) will be dedicated to food, beverage and retail options that were selected to provide an outstanding customer experience, a taste of the local region and the right mix of providers to meet travelers' needs. Build-out will accompany the final phases of Project Journey construction.

The inaugural slate of food and beverage concessions that will be coming to the new 14-gate concourse include: 

•    Elevation Burger, operated by Nagaria Enterprises, LLC
•    Founding Farmers, operated by Founding Farmers and Baldi Management Group
•    Mezeh Mediterranean Grill, operated by Mezeh DCA, LLC & MEM Concessions
•    Peet’s Coffee, operated by MCA/TH/ACP JV and ATL Concessionaire Co., LLC
•    P.F. Chang’s, operated by MCA/TH/ACP JV and ATL Concessionaire Co., LLC
•    Timber Pizza Company, operated by Jackmont Hospitality and Baldi Management Group

In addition, WH Smith USA Retail will operate travel essentials shops under the brands Capitol File and WH Smith Cafe, plus a souvenir retailer. These locations, in both the new concourse and security checkpoints, will offer bottled beverages, snacks, books/magazines and other grab and go convenience items for travelers. The new concourse will also feature a second airport location for InMotion Entertainment, which offers technology items. 

New Concourse concessions map

Layout of New 14-Gate Concourse under construction with food and shops locations

“The selection of these concessionaires in addition to existing options at Reagan National opens the door to a new level of choice that will transform the passenger experience. We think customers will ultimately enjoy the airport’s expanded variety of locally well-known brands alongside nationally recognized names,” said Jerome L. Davis, executive vice president and chief revenue officer for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.

The concessionaires were chosen following a competitive bidding process and will be managed by Marketplace Development, who oversees concessions at both Reagan National and Dulles International airports. Concessions openings are planned to coincide with completion of the new airport facilities in 2021.