duty-free shop

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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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Viewed as permanent improvements to several concessions units, AIRMALL USA has opened three virtual duty-free stores in terminals B and E which are designed to allow airline passengers to buy liquour, tobacco and fragrances which are then packaged and hand-delivered to the gate.
operating under the retail brands "Jewels" and "Azura by Jewels", operates 12 duty-free stores in the Caribbean.
Already thriving in select local duty-free stores and international airlines, Freeze 24-7 will now also be available at a growing number of duty-free counters across each hemisphere and will enter a new channel of distribution on cruise ships.
DFS Group, which operates duty-free stores, allows travelers to pick up their purchases at the gate or jetway, for example.
In addition to opening new stores, there are continuous renovations, refurbishments and investments taking place in all our downtown department stores and resort shops, as well as our airport duty-free stores.
Three recently opened virtual duty-free stores in terminals B and E are enabling airline passengers to purchase liquor, tobacco and fragrances that are then packaged and hand-delivered to the gate.
In the USA, up to 70% of sales are made at airports, says Michael Payne, executive director of the International Association of Airport Duty-Free Stores.
There's what you can buy duty free either on the ferry or at the duty-free stores at the ports after you have checked in.
The entire airport has been cleaned, and many new restaurants and duty-free stores have opened.
Location of the duty-free stores will be in nine locations that would cover 1,425sq m on the third floor of TD and two locations spanning 53.
Additionally, the company is planning an international roll-out to Europe, Japan, Korea, Canada, Mexico, Australia and South America, as well as duty-free stores in the U.
A source apparently told Reuters that Ferrovial may divest BAA's non-regulated businesses, like airport duty-free stores, if its bid is accepted.