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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At present, Japan has only one duty-free shop situated outside of an airport.
Heinemann operates eight duty-free shops and a crew shop and employs 210 people at the Vienna airport.
But the thing that angered me was that at Kennedy Airport on my return journey I went to the duty-free shop to buy some spirits and good cigarettes to bring back.
Spanish retailer Provimar will open two new duty-free shops at Cayo Coco's international terminal in early December.
The large duty-free shop is being phased out and replaced by five individual units.
On Christmas Eve, a Chinese passenger flying to Beijing from Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport spent a record 46, 423 euros in a duty-free shop of Terminal 2E (la Galerie Parisienne)
The first duty-free shop will be sited at Murtala Muhammed International airport, Lagos, where Dufry will run a 380sq m store in the departure lounge area.
Mexican airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste SAB de CV (NYSE: ASR and BMV: ASUR) has entered into an agreement with Aldeasa Mexico SA de CV for the operation of the duty-free shop to be located in Cancun's Terminal 3.
Once, killing time at airports meant squeezing into a transit lounge chair, flicking through a magazine or browsing the duty-free shops.
It holds all new facilities such as check-in desks, duty-free shops, food and beverage outlets and lounges, providing better experience for Gulf Air's customers travelling to and from Chennai.
ISTANBUL, Sep 27, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish airports company will operate duty-free shops, food courts and other commercial areas at the Riga International Airport in Latvia.
Sales at duty-free shops at airports have reportedly been affected by the ban on carrying liquids onto commercial aircraft.