Flint Bishop Airport is thrilled to add two new dining options for passengers and the
general public. The airport now has a full-service restaurant open to anyone and located before screening. A bakery-style café located after screening is also now open to passengers. Both spaces are operated by Tailwind Hospitality Inc., a company that specializes in providing services for airports across the country.
“We want the airport to be more than just a place for travelers but a gathering place for the entire
community,” said Nino Sapone, Chief Executive Officer at Flint Bishop. “Restaurants bring people together and so does travel. So, we hope our new landside restaurant with high-quality menu options will be a great benefit for passengers, their families, and everyday restaurant goers.”
The two new dining locations at FNT are in addition to the Sam Adams Bar and Gateway Grill, both located on airside. The restaurant located on landside is operating out of a newly redesigned space that has been closed to the public since early 2020. The new food service options are part of a larger plan to provide more services to passengers and the community.
Flint Bishop International Airport is “Not the only way to fly. Just a better one.” Flint guarantees you all of the destination options of a larger airport, while flying from the comfort of a relaxing and beautiful facility. Flint features all-jet service, with flights provided by Allegiant, American, and United. They provide many nonstop flights to popular destinations across the country that will also connect you around the world, usually in one stop or less. For reservations and flight information from Flint, visit our website at bishopairport.org.