Soon you’ll be able to pick up a spicy tuna roll and chardonnay before you fly on
or Southwest Airlines
A sushi restaurant by the name of Gachi will open late spring at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, airport spokesman Jonathan Dean confirmed. It will be located in the food court in Concourse A, according to the county liquor board.
Adding new shops and restaurants is a priority for the airport as airport traffic picks up, Dean says. BWI had a record year last year with 22,391,785 passengers.
“The airport is working to add a number of concessions,” Dean says. He couldn’t specify the type of concessions.
wants to beef up offerings in Concourse A/B since AirTran shifted its operation there following its merger with Southwest Airlines, Dean says.
Gachi received a special airport concessionaire license, which allows it to sell any kind of alcoholic beverage.
Inez M. Setiabudi and Daniel Kurniawan, listed as the holders of the liquor license, could not be reached for comment.
Writer: Julekha Dash
Source: Jonathan Dean, BWI; Anne Arundel County liquor board