Are you in the mood for a quick bite of pizza or sushi at the Schiphol Airport Amsterdam before boarding your flight? Starting now you can have it delivered right to your gate.
Schiphol, Food & Beverage operator HMSHost International and food delivery company Deliveroo are launching a pilot in which passengers flying from Pier E can easily order food and drinks via their mobile phones. Within 15 minutes the meal will be delivered to the gate.
The wide range of meal options can additionally be ordered as room service at the Mercure Hotel located in Departure Lounge 3 – also beyond passport control.
If the pilot is successful, it will be extended to Pier D in March. The parties have set up the 'Food Delivery at the Gate' pilot to test whether there is interest in this new service.
Passengers can order meals via the Deliveroo app or website. The meals are prepared at Kebaya and at The Market, The Grill and The Oven located in the Street Food Market, and are delivered by one of Schiphol’s major F&B partners, HMSHost International.
Orders are delivered by scooter to the gate or the Mercure Hotel for a delivery charge of €2.50.
The service is available every day between 07:00 and 20:30. The initial trial period will run through the end of March. This will be followed by an evaluation.
Schiphol is the first airport in Europe to experiment with delivery to individual passengers.