The anticipation is over as the judging is complete and scores are tallied. The unveiling of winners for The Airport Food & Beverage (FAB) + Hospitality Awards is just around the corner, set to take place during a glamorous Gala Dinner hosted by Airports of Thailand on September 13. This Gala Dinner will mark the pinnacle of The FAB + Hospitality Conference & Awards 2023, an event that joyfully returns to an in-person format for the first time since the pre-pandemic year of 2019.
Interested individuals can find details about registering for FAB and view the exciting program lineup by clicking here. Notably, Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) is serving as the Gala Dinner Partner for this prestigious occasion.
The latest update features the release of the final shortlists for all 20 award categories. Commencing with the highly anticipated Airport Food & Beverage Opening of the Year award, these shortlists showcase the top contenders in various categories. Following closely is the Airport Casual Food Offer of the Year category, which has garnered a record-breaking number of entries this year, underlining its popularity. The Founder and Chairman of The Moodie Davitt Report, Martin Moodie, expressed, “These top-caliber openings confirm that the spirit of imagination and the commitment to investment have outlasted the pandemic and augur well for the future of our industry in serving the traveling consumer.”
These selections have been meticulously evaluated by nine judges who have worked diligently since the nominations closed, sifting through nearly 250 high-quality entries from across the globe.
The FAB + Hospitality Awards 2023 finalists include notable contenders for categories such as Airport Food & Beverage Opening of the Year, Airport Casual Food Offer of the Year, and more. Each category represents a diverse range of concepts from various geographies.
The awards ceremony promises to be exciting and insightful, reflecting the resilience and innovation within the industry as it continues to cater to the evolving needs of travelers.