New restaurant opens for service at Canadian Rockies International Airport

Photo of new restaurant at airport

A new restaurant, Cup-A-Cabana Café, opens at the Canadian Rockies International Airport.

After a few days with reduced food and beverage services, to accommodate the transition to a new restaurant operator and some upgrades at the Canadian Rockies International Airport, travellers to and from the airport can again get a hot meal or a cool beverage before heading off to their final destination.

“We are delighted to welcome Cup-A-Cabana Café to the Airport,” said Tristen Chernove, managing director of Canadian Rockies International Airport. “The operators of the restaurant have joined a great team of services available at the airport, right from the vehicle rental companies to the airlines themselves, both Air Canada Express and Pacific Coastal.”

The new restaurant is now open for business, is licensed and offers exceptional customer service including table service and take-away from the first flight to the last, seven days per week.

For more information about arrivals, departures, airlines, tourist information and other services, visit the Canadian Rockies International Airport website.

Keith Powell

Keith Powell is the publisher and founder of Kootenay Business magazine which is part of the Koocanusa Publications group. View all of Keith Powell’s articles

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