The story of Cam Ranh International departures is an impressive one having seen a ten-fold increase over the past 5 years and now servicing nearly 2 million annual departures. With this line-up of food and beverage outlets HMSHost creates an even better experience for these passengers and have a highly motivated and well trained team ready to exceed all expectations. The guests are provided a true variety with the very best of Vietnamese cuisine standing alongside international icons that deliver authentic tastes and flavors set in modern and vibrant dining environment.
The UK’s favourite coffee chain, Costa Coffee, has opened in two locations, one at the check-in area, and the other on the main concourse after customs. The Costa Coffee at check-in is joined by a Big Bowl, a Vietnamese pho based concept developed for airport food and beverage by Autogrill VFS F&B and now celebrating its 18th store opening.
The airside line-up also includes the popular and successful Burger King hamburger chain as well as a Puro Gusto coffee outlet that delivers delectable espresso and the specialty flavors of Italy.
Continuing the International theme, we introduce a Crystal Jade Kitchen, one of the most prominent Cantonese restaurant chains in Asia and reflecting the airport’s strong Asian traffic as well as the popularity of this cuisine.
There will be something for everyone at the two Star Cafés conveniently located at the departure gates, Vietnamese coffee sits alongside a full variety of convenience based food and beverage options that can be enjoyed in store or taken on board your flight.
Autogrill VFS F&B now runs around 100 points of sale in airport food and beverage in Vietnam, including facilities at Tan Son Nhat, Noi Bai, Da Nang, Cam Ranh and Phu Quoc airports.
Cam Ranh Airport is the main airport serving the traveling demand to and from the south central coastal province of Khanh Hoa which includes the resort city of Nha Trang and Cam Ranh City whose bay has been named among the world’s seven best destinations for May by top travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler in April. The province is aiming to welcome about 6.5 million visitors, including 2.8 million foreign arrivals in 2018.