The Group opened the first two Pret A Manger restaurants in Denmark

Pret A Manger  take-off at Copenhagen Airport, with its first Scandinavian shops opened last 7th and 8th February. Thank to the partnership with the Autogrill Group the fresh-food company has bringed its menu of handmade, natural food and organic coffee to the region for the first time, in collaboration with HMSHost International

The first shop - opened last 7th February - is located in the main Terminal 2 check-in area, with a comfortable and spacious seating area for 160 customers. Together with this, a second shop has inaugurated the day after near by the Metro station in Terminal 3.

Fresh every day

Both shops are offering Pret’s popular menu of sandwiches, salads, wraps, baguettes, hot food, yoghurt and fruit pots, and sweet treats, alongside juices, smoothies and organic hot drinks. Using fresh, high quality, local ingredients, all of Pret’s fresh items are prepared in an on-site dedicated kitchen every day. 

The menu will include: The Posh Cheddar & Pickle Baguette, Classic Super Club Sandwich, Swedish Meatball Hot Wrap and Wild Crayfish & Avocado Salad as well as a large range of vegetarian food.

Open daily

The Terminal 2 shop are open 24/7 and the shop by the Metro station in Terminal 3 is open daily from 4.30am-10pm.

The shops are operated by HMSHost International.

Local charity partner

Since Pret first opened its doors in London in 1986, the company has donated unsold food to the homeless. As part of Pret’s commitment to help alleviate the pressures of homelessness, the shops at Copenhagen Airport are very proud to be partnering with a local charity, Morgencafé for Hjemløse, who will be collecting unsold food from Pret’s shops at the end of each day. Morgencafé for Hjemløse aim to reduce homelessness and help improve the living conditions for the disadvantaged.

About last opening

Finding a quick, fresh and nutritious meal while travelling can often be difficult, and we’re pleased we can now play a part in making it even easier for passengers travelling through Copenhagen Airport. Opening for the first time in Scandinavia is an exciting move for us and it gives us a great opportunity to introduce delicious Danish bacon into some of our recipes for the first time

Michael Haley, Director of Partnerships at Pret

We are excited to start this important partnership with Pret A Manger. Pret is known for its responsible approach to doing business and its focus on local communities. We share a similar vision, as we are focused on sustainability, food quality, freshness and innovation


Walter Seib, CEO of HMSHost International 

As the Nordic hub, we at Copenhagen Airport aim to provide our passengers with exceptional, authentic culinary experiences, both through international icons and local brands. It therefore gives us great pride to welcome Scandinavia’s first Pret A Manger shops to Copenhagen Airport. With an internationally recognised brand such as Pret, we are able to offer yet another unique experience to our guests, whether they’re passing through the airport as passengers or here to pick up family, friends or business associates

Lise Ryevad, Director of Airport Sales at Copenhagen Airport A/S

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