Apostrophe, the London-based patisserie-café concept, has secured a third airport location – its second at Gatwick Airport. The group will unveil a landside site at Gatwick’s South Terminal in the spring to add to an airside location it already operates at the same terminal. The new café, the 17th operated under the brand, will comprise about 50 covers. Amir Chen, managing director, told M&C Report: “Operating at airports is challenging, with added complexity around staffing and logistics, so given that we already have a café at Gatwick, it makes sense for us to do another. “The whole of Gatwick is changing under its new owners so we are very excited about this development.” Most of Apostrophe’s sites are located in London – in the City and West End. Its existing Gatwick cafe is its highest-grossing site.