It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! All across the country, airports are creating a holiday experience for their travelers. We’re talking Santa appearances, 40 ft. tall Christmas trees, and free ice rinks. We’ve found 5 of the most
Highlighting some of our favorite restaurants at our newer airport locations Grab has grown a lot over the past few months, moving into both big and small airports. There are tons of good restaurants in the airports we operate at,
The news is everywhere – TSA lines are getting ridiculously long. At major airports, passengers are reporting wait times of two to three hours to get through security, according to a recent NY Times article (http://nyti.ms/1W35MiO). Lines are even getting so
The Big Easy just got Easier, and Florida just became a little sunnier. Next time you fly in to New Orleans to see the jazz scene or head to Fort Lauderdale to get some beach time, you’ll be able to order your food using Grab. Ten restaurants in the New Orleans airport and fifteen in Fort Lauderdale are immediately available for mobile ordering.
Landing in the Rocky Mountains Starting today, getting food at DEN just got a little more enjoyable. You can order through the Grab app at four restaurants in the Denver airport: Boulder Beer Tap House, Lefty’s Colorado Trail Grille, Red
Partnering with the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf to provide conference attendees with a premier mobile ordering experience At the Airport Revenue News (ARN) Conference in Dallas, TX, airports, concessionaires and brands met to share their businesses and discuss the
Competing for the Tech.Co Startup of the Year Award Interactive week at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, TX is one of the largest yearly gatherings of the worldwide tech community. This year, Grab is building on the buzz we