Airport World reviews a handful of projects designed to boost the retail/F&B options at airports in Australia and North America.
Joe Bates reports on the rise of the airport shopping mall and talks to Westfield and AIRMALL about the appeal of aviation and their future development plans.
Luxottica Group’s head of global channels, Francis Gros, reflects on the potential of sunglasses and the shared vision of the industry’s key suppliers to boost sales in the future.
Dufry CEO, Julián Díaz, provides his thoughts on airport duty free concessions and some of the opportunities and challenges facing the travel retail market.
With retail currently accounting for around 30% of the non-aeronautical revenues made by airports worldwide, creating winning concessions strategies is essential, writes Pragma Consulting’s Alex Avery.
Airport World highlights some of the more high profile global retail/F&B stories of the final quarter of 2016.
What do airport retailers and F&B operators have to do to win over customers and convince them to return again and again? Clare Williams investigates.
Robbie Gill, managing director of The Design Solution, explains why he believes that every airport needs to express a ‘sense of place’.
Airport World discovers more about the project to revitalise the concessions programme at Washington’s airports by opening close to 120 new shops and F&B outlets.
Portland Design’s director of environments, Lewis Allen, discusses the concepts behind the creation of the new ‘spirit of place’ inspired duty free offering at Nice Côte d’Azur Airport.
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