You Can Now Order Uber Eats In The Toronto Pearson Airport

The next time you get hungry waiting for your flight, all you’ve gotta do is pull up your Uber Eats app!

The popular food delivery app has partnered with Toronto Pearson Airport and HMSHost to bring travellers delicious eats straight to their gates.

As part of a pilot program, Uber Eats users no longer have to risk losing their beloved gate seat in order to fuel their appetites.

Those who have the Uber Eats app can now order food from restaurants like Caplansky’s Deli, Paramount Find Foods, Smashburger, Smoke’s Burritorie, or Fionn MacCools and have it delivered straight to their gate. From shawarma and burgers, to shepherd’s pie and smoked meat sandwiches, there are plenty of food options to satisfy guests’ cravings.

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Uber Eats delivery is currently available for International and Domestic passengers in Terminal 3.

“Just last month, Toronto Pearson was voted by passengers as the Best Large Airport in North America as part of Airports Council International’s Airport Service Quality program,” said Scott Collier, Vice President, Customer and Terminal Services at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority in a press release. “We also received the Most Improved Airport in North America recognition, and this innovative partnership with Uber Eats and HMSHost, unlike among airports worldwide, underscores our commitment to continued innovation in passenger service. We couldn’t be more excited to pilot this innovative offering for International and Domestic passengers in Terminal 3.”

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The Toronto Pearson and Uber Eats’ pilot runs until the third quarter of 2019.

If you’ve got a flight leaving from gates B22-B41 and C30-C36 in Terminal 3, you can try the service out for yourself!

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