Food and drink travel operator SSP Germany is planning to expand its food and drink offerings at the Bremen Airport, with the opening of a new dean&david outlet this summer.

To be opened at Terminal 1, the new location will offer Asian curries, soups, ‘good life’ bowls, wraps and grilled sandwiches.

Customers will also have the option to customise salads according to their individual preferences. The location will also feature an outdoor deck and a large window front.

SSP Germany business development head Michael Glatz said: “We already have a presence at the airport with three F&B units, and dean&david is the perfect complement.

“We run the brand successfully at other transport hubs, and we’re confident it will be very well received by passengers at Bremen Airport.”

In addition, SSP Germany has plans to expand the seating area at its Beer Bar Roland location, and re-launch its Time Out snack bar and Kamps Backstube bake house with a new look at the airport.

Bremen Airport CEO Elmar Kleinert said: “With the new dean&david at Bremen Airport, we are taking another step in establishing a ‘market square’ for the airport to meet the diverse demands of international customers.”

Last month, SSP Group completed the acquisition of a 49% stake in Indian-based travel food and retail firm Travel Food Services (TFS) for £57.9m ($74.96m).

Established in Munich in 2007, dean&david offers a range of menu items including salads, sandwich and co, curries and soups, juices and smoothies, coffee and tea and more.

The partnership with SSP allows the restaurant chain to reach more travellers across German train stations and airports.