Oslo Airport has announced its new food, beverage and convenience store offerings. Five operators will run F&B at the airport, with a number of new additions expected for the official opening in April 2016.
Non-aeronautical revenues are increasingly important for airports, and a core part of this is maximising parking assets. Iván Rodríguez, Chief Business Development Officer, Parclick, told Airport Business how airports can increase occupation and total revenue.
OmniServ has joined forces with Heathrow Airport and Wildstone Airports to deliver immersive brand advertising on the entire fleet of 26 inter-terminal buses. The new media offering includes exterior wraps, interior furnishings, flooring, digital screens and seat-back tablets.
Budapest Airport was shortlisted in three separate categories at last week’s prestigious Frontier Awards, adding to the success of last year, when the airport was shortlisted in two categories. It was this year nominated for Speciality Concept of the Year, Best Partnership Initiative of the Year, and Marketing Campaign of the Year by a Retailer/Airport.
Ross Falconer talks to Francis Gros, Luxottica Head of Global Channels, about the company’s growth plans for specialist retail brand Sunglass Hut at airports worldwide.