A Modern Approach to Landing Success
Our restaurants generate some of the highest sales per square foot performance in airports today.
Our company’s emphasis on people first creates long-term team member satisfaction, high staff retention rates and a restaurant filled with pride.
Our commitment to sustainability, from design to operations helps airports reduce waste and energy.
We have a passion about what we do and our team members reflect that in all ways. We intentionally create a work environment that fosters learning and growth. Aligning engaged leadership, a commitment to core values on quality, and a genuine sense of appreciation, has resulted in industry leading team member retention. When a team member joins Tastes on the Fly, they join the family.
We are committed to being leaders in improving the overall health and longevity of our planet. San Francisco International Airport credits our efforts as one of the many reasons Terminal 2 became the first GOLD LEED-certified terminal in North America. We have received accreditation from Green Denver for our locations in Denver International Airport. We have also been certified as a green business in both San Mateo County and San Francisco. We place an extremely high importance on sustainable building materials and practices in all of our concepts and build outs. We also work with brands and suppliers who share our commitment as we want to make sure our impact begins at the source.
- Switched to 100% paper straws in 2018, offering them upon request only
- Refer to the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Guide for support in seafood choices
- Use compostable to-go serve ware & recycled paper to-go bags
- Offer reusable tote bags and water bottles in our retail locations
- Adhere to a recycling program for cardboard, glass, newspapers, metal cans and plastics
- Use recycled office supplies
- Conduct regular energy audits to find new ways to reduce, reuse, or recycle
- Participate in commuter benefits programs
- Buy in bulk as much as possible to reduce packaging waste