Grab partners with AtYourGate to deliver integrated meal delivery service at PHL

AtYourGate collecting an order at Geno’s Steaks at PHL.

Airport e-commerce platform Grab continues to expand its contactless food services to airport locations throughout the United States.

PHL Food & Shops, the concessions program at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) run by Marketplace Development, is the first airport program in the U.S. offering a collaboration between Grab and in-airport food delivery service AtYourGate.

The service allows passengers and employees to order meals through a variety of digital channels, offering contactless meal ordering and delivery capabilities.

Passengers can download the app to their mobile device or visit at Travelers and airport employees can also scan various Grab QR codes placed throughout PHL to order food and get it delivered on the go.

Participating merchants are searchable by food type and terminal, and orders can be delivered right to their gate, which enhances proper social distancing measures that ensure the health and well-being of travelers and employees.

“The Grab Airport app featuring delivery by AtYourGate, offers our travelers a contactless solution to

ordering their favorite food right

from their mobile devices,” said Mel Hannah, Vice President and General Manager of MarketPlace PHL. “The health and well-being of our passengers and employees is our top priority, and we’re excited to now offer delivery as an option. Simply find what you want, order, and relax while you wait for your flight.”

“The existence of new, safety-focused dining and retail options such as AtYourGate’s contactless delivery service will be a vital component of the passenger’s expectations when they return to air travel,” said PJ Mastracchio, Founder and CEO of AtYourGate in a release issued in June.

The partnership will be offered to airports in North America. AtYourGate operates in 9 airports in the United States and has delivered over 100,000 orders to airport guests.

Grab is offered at 60 airports worldwide and growing, and has a direct partnership with American Airlines, offering the added convenience of ordering through the American app.

The Grab app was also recently launched in ATL, Tampa, Houston and LAX, among other locations.