HMSHost opens Kiehl’s and Mango at SFO

By Doug Newhouse |

HMSHost Corporation opened new post-security Kiehl’s and MANGO retail outlets at San Francisco International Airport’s newly renovated Terminal 2 last week, alongside Sunset NEWS and San Francisco News Express outlets, plus a Starbucks Coffee unit.

The new openings are part of HMSHost’s 10-year specialty retail brands contract in the Terminal 2 location that serves Virgin American and American Airlines.

“I applaud HMSHost for bringing these great brands to Terminal 2,” said SFO Airport Director John L. Martin. “Their history in this building and the quality of their shops will certainly deliver on our promise of an enhanced passenger experience in Terminal 2.”

SFO’s Terminal 3 passengers are already familiar with international fashion brand, while Sunset NEWS is described as ‘a sophisticated newsstand branded after the popular West Coast Sunset Magazine. 

The store features more than 200 magazine titles, newspapers and travel-related items. It also offers lightweight luggage. 

“It is exciting to be a part of this new state-of-the art terminal and to build upon our nearly 60-year history with San Francisco International Airport,” said Renee Tedesco, Vice President, Business Development, HMSHost.

“T2 is where we first started serving air travellers and we remain committed to helping SFO exceed its objectives for this new programme. We are confident that these exceptional retail brands will make the SFO travellers’ day better,”



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