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Shop, Eat & Drink

There is a range of leisure and food and drink options for you to take advantage of while you’re waiting to jet off on holiday from Teesside International Airport.

World Duty-Free

World Duty-Free has signed a new 12-year deal with the airport to return a duty-free store to Teesside after an eight-year absence.

Its new shop will be opening in September, so people flying from the airport will be able to pick up all of their duty-free favourites, along with a range of beauty brands and accessories. There will be an exciting range of iconic and much loved brands for passengers to discover when the store welcomes customers in the coming weeks.

Please note, this store is situated airside.

House of Zana and Rejoy

House of Zana and Rejoy is a boutique store filled to the brim with a range of fantastic products from independent retailers across the region, established by entrepreneurs Amber Kotrri and Erin Harper.

Fashion boutique House of Zana and beauty salon Rejoy are both based in Darlington town centre but have teamed up to bring items from their own stores, as well as other local brands to the airport. Here you can find an ever-changing, affordable but stylish range of products, including everything from cosmetics, fashion and accessories such as leather items from Stockton’s Coupland Leather, Bowes Organic Cosmestics and Thistle & Twine candles and diffusers to work from local artists and perfect last-minute holiday essentials.

Please note, this store is situated airside.

News | Essentials

What airport is complete without a newsagent?

Pick up a copy of your favourite daily newspaper, magazine or book to keep you entertained on your flight. If you’re peckish, there’s a range of snacks and if you want to show off your Teesside pride, there’s a whole host of Middlesbrough FC merchandise! That’s on top of all the usual essentials you would expect from any good newsagent.

Please note, this store is situated airside.

The Landside Café

Located just as you enter the terminal building, the Landside Café is great if you want a coffee and a chat to plan your itinerary when you touch down at your holiday destination. It offers a wide variety of hot and cold drinks including speciality teas and fresh juices.

If you’re hungry, you can grab one of a range of sandwiches or, if you’re after something lighter, pick up a baked treat like cake, brownie scone or muffin.

Opening Hours:

  • 5am to 4pm Monday and Friday
  • 8am to 4pm Tuesday to Thursday
  • Closed on Saturday and Sunday

Please note, this is open to the public.

The Transporter Bar and Kitchen

Once you’ve passed through security, our new-look Transporter Bar and Kitchen will be your first port of call for refreshments, hot, cold and alcoholic drinks and something a little more substantial to eat.

If you’re flying before 11am, you can order a light bite of croissants, yoghurt or a breakfast bun or go the whole hog with a full English breakfast. Later in the day, you can choose from classic favourites including fish and chips, a choice of burgers and, obviously, Teesside’s famous parmo!

Read the menu here.

Please note, this bar is situated airside.

The Goosepool

Named by you, the public, the Goosepool is another fantastic option for you to kick back and relax ahead of your departure.

Like the Transporter, you can wet your whistle with popular ales, ciders, spirits and wines plus teas, coffee and soft drinks. The food here also includes something to suit everyone’s tastes, with all-day breakfasts, chicken tikka masala, burgers, panini or loaded fries and much more.

Read the menu here.

Please note, this bar is situated airside.

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