In May the airport will launch a series of specialist retail tenders for significant areas of SkyCourt, BUD’s flagship F&B and shopping centre, in a move to refresh the airport’s commercial offer and drive passenger spend.
As the gateway to the picturesque French Riviera, Nice Côte d’Azur Airport has a crystal-clear vision – to deliver an airport journey as exceptional as its surroundings. As part of an all-encompassing development that will transform its terminals for passengers, the airport is embarking on a large-scale commercial renovation, which over the next two and a half years will see the creation of a truly original retail and food & beverage offering, aiming “to provide the most surprising commercial experience in a European airport”.
IATA has forecast that worldwide passenger numbers will reach 3.6 billion by 2016, and with positive industry growth spurred on by recovering economies and the burgeoning mobilisation of the middle classes in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, a growing number of people are spending parts of their day in airports – in search of a significant and gratifying offering to begin their travel experience.
ACI EUROPE Airport Commercial & Retail Conference & Exhibition – Sponsor and Exhibitor focus
Airport parking traditionally has many operational dependencies. Pre-book, car park management and barrier systems all need to work seamlessly together but, as with any system, this can mean multiple dependencies and even multiple potential points of failure.