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duty-free shop

a shop, esp one at an airport or on board a ship, that sells perfume, tobacco, etc., at duty-free prices
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The operator of Kansai International Airport is considering opening new duty-free shops in Osaka at two Daimaru department stores controlled by J.
SeeNews) - Jul 18, 2014 - German duty-free shop operator Gebr.
There are 158 duty-free shops operating in Turkey's airports and border-crossings.
Two years ago, it signed a supply and management contract with state entity Cimex to operate nine duty-free shops in four Cuban airports.
Leaflets are available at check-in desks and around the airport that clearly state the facts, while promotional and sales staff in the duty-free shops help passengers to unravel the confusions caused by the decision to abolish duty free.
But World Cup fever starts the moment you step into Hoverspeed's duty-free shops at Folkestone, Dover, Calais or Boulogne.
Brussels also says that self-policing of the allowances by duty-free shops doesn't work.
Once, killing time at airports meant squeezing into a transit lounge chair, flicking through a magazine or browsing the duty-free shops.
Usually you can get the best selections in the duty-free shops in Geneva or Zurich.
A 10-year concession deal has been inked between the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FN) and Dufry to run three duty-free shops in two of the leading airports in the country.
ANKARA, May 22, 2011 (TUR) -- The sum of tax-free shopping at Turkey's duty-free shops reached 1.