A Guide To Airport Juice A Healthier Alternative To Wine

Our guide to airport juice is sure to convince you that not all airport food is terrible.

This week on Wellness Wednesday we are sharing our spring airport juice finds. Enjoy delicious juices and smoothies fresh from the press. Select your favorite combination of fruits to create your smoothie to enjoy a healthy boost for the body and mind.

You’ll get your daily dose of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals in a few sips. What can we say – we like to drink our nutrients!

RECOMMENDED: Airport juice bars you must visit

PHOTO: Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

1. JuiceLand

Locally owned Austin’s favorite JuiceLand brings organic juice, smoothies, and vegan grab-and-go food to travelers looking for a healthier option at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

One of their best sellers is the Wundershowzen with almond milk, banana, spinach, hemp protein, and peanut butter.

PHOTO: Pressed Juices

2. Pressed Juices

Pressed Juices is now open at Melbourne Tullamarine Airport in International Departures at Terminal T2. 

Now you can be assured that you can find something healthy, fresh & quick before you fly across the globe. They offer “greens”, “earths,” “zest” and “zing” juices as well as smoothies, nut-based “mylks” and tonics.

PHOTO: Winnipeg Airport

3. Green Carrot

Green Carrot at Winnipeg Airport offers cold-pressed juice to grab on the fly. Their juices are designed to pack the most nutrition possible into each bottle, offering fruity combos, as well as the more intense “green” recipes.

They also offer smoothies, acai bowls (like an extra thick smoothie in a bowl), delicious and nutritious vegan sandwiches and naked oats. Their entire menu is preservative-free and locally sourced whenever possible.

You’ll find them in Domestic Departures near Gate 7.

PHOTO: Adelaide Airport

4. WHSmith

No, you didn’t read that wrong. WHSmith is in fact primarily a bookshop. But they’ve got some great juices to try at Adelaide Airport! They offer freshly-squeezed juices for just $4 or $6, or choose from their delicious range of made-to-order smoothies.

Find this WHSmith on Level 0 in the Adelaide Airport Pedestrian Plaza.

5. Corretto Cafe and Bar

Corretto Cafe and Bar at Brisbane International Airport has some great hydration options.

Pop into Corretto before your flight and grab one of their signature nutritionist-approved Green Juices. Check out their new summertime cold press juice menu.

You’ll find Corretto in Domestic departures on level 2 after security in the Qantas Terminal near Gate 21.


PHOTO: Schiphol Airport

6. Juicy Details

This juice bar in Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport is all about the juicy details. Just check out the vibrant colors of their fruit and veg.

Juicy Details has two locations. The first is beyond security in lounge 1 (open from 4 am to 9 pm), and the second is beyond security in lounge 3 (open from 6:30 am to 9 pm).

PHOTO: Lisa Tanker/Twitter

7. We Juice It

We Juice It at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport is probably just what you need before boarding. Pick from a wide range of juices and smoothies, and maybe opt for one of their little indulgences like a gourmet cookie.

It’s near the baggage claim in the Atrium.

8. Helixir Smoothies Bar

Helixir Smoothies Bar at Brussels Airport offers a variety of juices and smoothies in Pier A. They also have soups, fruit salads, and veggie mixes. It’s almost impossible to miss their bright pink sign!

Our spring guide to airport juice is the perfect way to hydrate before or after your flight.

What’s your favorite juice bar to visit when you travel? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to tag us with your juice finds! #ITravelWell


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Cristina Alcivar

Founder and Editor of Vane Airport Magazine. Passionate about everything well-being, love travel, the ocean, and the sun.


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