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Bengaluru's Kempegowda International Airport used GrayMatter to install a real-time point of sales (PoS) data integration and commercial analytics across all concessionaires at the Indian gateway.

Published in NEWS

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.

Published in RETAIL/F&B
December 26, 2016

Bed and board

Airport hotels are some of the most sought after concessions on the planet with the big chains boasting facilities at or around most of the world’s busiest airports, writes Joe Bates. 

Published in PASSENGER SERVICES

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In the spotlight: Concessions

Airport profile: Oslo

Events: Beacon technology

Plus: Baggage handling & airport leadership

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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) Airport claims that it will revolutionise the customer experience inside International Terminal D with an expansive new duty-free shopping experience that includes luxury and premium retail brands.

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Brisbane Airport has unveiled an exciting new addition to its food and beverage offering – a Mexican restaurant called Mad Mex.

Published in NEWS

Geneva Airport has welcomed a new luxury beauty store, which has been unveiled by travel retail firm Nuance.

Published in NEWS

Toronto Pearson International Airport has a new F&B concession after Twist by Roger Mooking opened, and it marks the ongoing upgrades of dining at the Canadian gateway.

Published in NEWS

SSP has opened a new bar called Cabin at Newcastle International Airport - which it says offers passengers a “premium experience in a first-class environment”.

Published in NEWS

The world’s first airport bar from iconic British department store brand Fortnum & Mason has opened at Heathrow’s Terminal 5.

Published in NEWS
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