Beijing Capital International Airport is redeveloping the commercial areas of the international departure lounge in Terminal 3. The project aims to drive stronger performance through significant expansion of the commercial space to over 13,000sqm, and the creation of a radically-updated retail experience.
The way people choose to travel to and from the airport isn’t changing, it’s already changed, with Uber now an option for travellers at over 600 airports around the world. Here, Stephanie Hughes, Head of Growth, EMEA Operations, tells Ross Falconer how Uber’s platform can adapt and extend in ways that build around an airport’s physical environment.
Royal Capi-Lux, the airport retail brand of B&S Group, is collaborating with Samsung to let travellers at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol experience their latest technology. A Samsung branded pop-up store has been created in the airport’s Lounge 2 to introduce the latest innovations including flagship smartphones and smartwatches.
Gebr. Heinemann is increasing its presence in Kyiv. It has, in cooperation with Ukrainian partner BF Group, opened a new 191sqm shop behind passport control in the re-opened Terminal F at Boryspil International Airport. The contract period is five years.
The unique service for advertising clients provided at the airports in Munich, Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Stuttgart has welcomed three new partners. Cologne/Bonn Airport and the two airports in Berlin – Tegel and Schönefeld – are now part of the AIRPORTconnect group.