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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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0 crore) fund-based bank facilities of Flemingo Dutyfree Shop Private Limited (FDSPL) +.
Flemingo Dutyfree Shop Private Limited (FDSPL) is a duty free retailer which operates duty free shops in eight international airports operated by Airports Authority of India (AAI).
10 January 2011 - ICRA today assigned an LA- rating with a "stable" outlook to the long-term non-fund base limits of Flemingo Dutyfree Shop.
ICRA also takes note of the possible merger of FDFSPL into the group entity Flemingo Dutyfree Shop Private Limited (FDSPL; rated LA(stable)/A1) and a further reverse merger of the parent company Flemingo International Limited (FIL) with FDSPL post which FIL will become a subsidiary/Associate of FDSPL and FDSPL would become the flagship company of the group.
The latter was all malls, dutyfree shops, casinos and traffic jams, while the French part clung to the last vestiges of faded colonial charm.
Thomas), the Caribbean (Barbados, Trinidad, Honduras, Bermuda), aboard 20 Starboard cruise ships, along the Canadian border, Northwest Airlines In-flight Duty Free program on its transpacific and transatlantic routes, as well as at Newark Airport dutyfree shops.
Not as sensitive to economic cycles as airlines, BAA, which also runs Gatwick, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and Southampton airports, draws its income from airline take-off and landing fees, car parks, retail rent, airport advertising and its dutyfree shops.
The liquor was seized by British troops at Basra International Airport after dutyfree shops in the complex were looted by Iraqis.
After browsing the dutyfree shops, we tour the island with three other couples for a bargain $10 each.
FOOD giant sHeinz have signed a deal to put their tinned food and ketchup into airport dutyfree shops.
The tobacco section in dutyfree shops at Istanbul airport was not only wellstocked but also gave a glimpse of Turkey's antitobacco regime.
I had time to browse the 50 dutyfree shops, including PC World - its first airport store - Paul Smith, Mulberry, Gucci and Harrods.