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2017-05-17 19:08:48

Budapest Airport adds another walk-through duty free

A new walk-through duty free shop was opened today by Gebr. Heinemann, one of the largest travel retailers in Europe, and Budapest Airport. The retail floor space of the new shop has been increased by 100 square meters in the non-Schengen departure area of the airport.

Brand new shop design, a wider product range, and more local products – these are the main new features of the departure duty free shop in Terminal T2B of Budapest Airport opened today. The shop follows the commercially successful walk-through design just after passport control and allows passengers to purchase last-minute items from a more extensive sales offer. This includes new categories including toys as well as cigars and cigarillos displayed in a special humidor, and an extended selection of local Hungarian premium products. The shop is decorated with Hungarian folklore ornaments from the Western Rábaköz region.

“We are proud to open this new shop together with our proven partner, Heinemann Duty Free, and provide an enhanced service to passengers who leave through this area to the UK, Canada, Russia, the Persian Gulf, or China, to mention just a few destinations,” said Kam Jandu, Chief Commercial Officer of Budapest Airport. He also pointed out that the commercial offer of the new shop was developed after thoroughly reviewing the demand of passengers passing through the non-Schengen terminal of Budapest Airport to meet their special needs.

“Upon entering the new store, our customers will be greeted by an exciting world of luxury shopping, entertainment and comprehensive service”, added Ildikó Jankovich, Managing Director Heinemann Duty Free at Budapest Airport. “Heinemann’s offer will meet the taste of the most demanding passenger let it be cosmetics, liquors and wine, toys, Hungarian or international
brands. Together with the airport we serve one common goal: it is to make air travel a truly joyful event for everybody.”