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On-Demand Airport Dining Service Launches in New York and Boston

AirGrub, the on-demand airport dining service, has announced its launch at two new airports, John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York and Logan International Airport in Boston, and its expanded presence at San Francisco International Airport. The company also announced a new promotion to offer miles on two leading programs, including American Airlines AAdvantage® where members can earn up to four miles per dollar spent through AirGrub.
The AirGrub app allows travelers to take control of their food choices at the airport. Travelers can select their terminal and flight time, see available restaurants and menu items, order, pre-pay and schedule a time to pick up their meal. When they arrive at the restaurant, their meal is freshly made and waiting for pick-up. AirGrub continually works with its restaurant partners to ensure customers are getting fresh food without waiting in line. With AirGrub’s expansion, customers now have access to options for every diet, including gluten free, vegetarian, low carb and more.
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