Servy to launch contactless food ordering, pay and delivery service at SLC International Airport

Servy (previously known as Grab) has launched a mobile food ordering service at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Launched in partnership with Emerging Domestic Market Ventures (EDMV) and powered by Servy’s Grab Airport Marketplace technology, the new SLCtoGo platform provides a convenient, safe alternative to dining in or waiting for an order to go, without the need to download an app.

SLCtoGo allows passengers, airport employees and airline crew to view restaurant menus and place food and beverage orders on the website.

Alternatively, they can use their digital devices to scan QR codes located across the airport. The order can be picked up at the restaurant, or be delivered directly to an airport gate.

 The delivery service, provided by AtYourGate in partnership with Servy, seamlessly integrates with the site and includes the launch of gita (pronounced jeetah), a robot that assists in delivering contact-free meal orders placed through SLCtoGo to customers, adding innovation to the travel experience, as well as additional safety and convenience to airport dining.

A growing number of restaurants have signed up to the service, which is now available at SLC – including local and national favorites such as California Pizza Kitchen, Granato’s Gourmet Market and Market Street Grill – with more airport concessionaires due to be added in the coming weeks.

Salt Lake City International Airport Building is completing the first phase of a $4.1 billion airport redevelopment project designed to accommodate up to 34 million passengers.

Servy is the enterprise self-service platform for hospitality.  Founded in 2014 and launched in 2015 as an airport digital commerce app called Grab,

Servy has since expanded the platform and grown outside of airports to provide self-service solutions to hospitality companies of all sizes and venues including airports, rail stations and sports arenas.

With a presence in more than 60 airports across the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific, the Grab app is now the largest omnichannel airport e-commerce platform.