After the entries of KFC and McDonald's, J-Kungfu, one of the biggest Chinese fast food chains, has now also opened a restaurant in the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport.
J-Kungfu has 259 direct-run restaurants around China and it is the first Chinese fast food brand that shifted from a regional to national development scheme. J-Kungfu's Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport restaurant is the company's first restaurant at an airport.
Cai Dabiao, president of J-Kungfu, says that apart from the rising traffic in the airport, the work efficiency is also an important reason for opening in the airport. Cai says that Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport receives a large number of passengers every day and the features of fast food are consistent with the airport's demand for high speed and good food.
The airport will reportedly introduce more big chain stores in the future to create a better dining environment for travelers.