Dunkin Donuts Expands in Terminal 2 at STL Airport

Posted on July 18, 2019 in Media Releases

Travelers at St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) now have a new place to get their cup of coffee before jetting off to their destination. Dunkin Donuts is expanding with a second location in Terminal 2 near gate E40. Dunkin Donuts is operated by OHM Concession Group and will be open from 5:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily.

The Dunkin Donuts kiosk brings yet another opportunity for travelers to indulge in their favorite Dunkin Donuts treats while flying in or out of STL. The new self-serve location offers hot and iced coffee and tea as well as donuts and muffins. The location also features specialty syrups and flavors, allowing passengers to customize their favorite beverage. Dunkin Donuts has two other locations at STL, near gate E16 in Terminal 2 and near gate A18 in the A Concourse of Terminal 1. This is the newest concession to open in Terminal 2, after the Urban Chestnut Flight Bar, also operated by OHM, opened earlier this year, and Three Kings Public House opened in 2018.

“We are excited that OHM has continued to expand their concessions at STL, particularly during these busy summer travel months,” said Airport Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge. “STL has seen tremendous passenger traffic growth in the past few years. We are happy our partners see that growth and are taking advantage of the opportunity to grow with us.”

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the St. Louis Lambert International Airport with the deployment of this unique Dunkin Donuts kiosk,” says Milan Patel, President & CEO of OHM Group. “Passengers can expect the same exceptional level of service and quality they experience at our two full-service units at STL. We are proud of our partnership at STL and look forward to serving the passengers and staff of our hometown Airport.”

STL will peak at 258 daily departures to 70 non-stop destinations this summer. Between June and August, airlines are boosting available seats by nearly three percent more than over the same time frame in 2018. Those additional seats come from larger aircraft on existing routes and additional service to various markets. Southwest Airlines, which operates in Terminal 2, is STL’s largest carrier and will peak at 119 daily departures to 47 destinations this summer.