Order your airport food from an airport restaurant ahead of your flight
AirGrub is a free app which provides mobile dining experiences and airport food on-the-go at a few key airports in the United States.
Female business travelers using San Francisco International, JFK or Boston Logan airports can skip stressful airport food lines, pick up a healthy meal after they check in and have time to unwind before their flight.
The AirGrub app allows travelers to choose a restaurant in advance, order their airport food, pay and schedule a time to pick up their meal at the restaurant near their departure gates.
They can even place their meal orders weeks before they fly.
On arrival at the airport restaurant, their freshly prepared meals are ready for collection, or travelers can eat in.
Even if a flight is canceled or there are delays, travelers can cancel their orders and secure a refund -plus there’s 24 hour customer support in place to handle any unforeseen problems.
For the app launch co-founder and CEO Surya Panditi initially joined forces with various Tastes on the Fly restaurants based at San Francisco International airport.
Today, travelers using San Francisco International airport can pre-order and collect their meals at Klein’s Deli and Andale Mexican Restaurant at their locations in Terminal 3 and International G, Perry’s at Terminal 1, Napa Farms Market at Terminal 2 and Yankee Pier at Terminal 3. They can also pre-order their airport food and collect at Perry’s Grab and Go.
Klein’s specializes in bespoke sandwiches which are named after neighborhoods in San Francisco, healthy salads and they have a nice breakfast menu.
At JFK there’s an AirGrub order and collection service available at Bar Veloce at Terminal 5, which serves panini’s and light, healthy snacks. Travelers at Boston Logan International Airport can now order and collect meals at Fresh City, Friendly’s and Harpoon Tap Room.
AirGrub is a start-up which is based in Silicon Valley and is a free app which promises customers ‘real food when they fly’.
Photography courtesy of AirGrub