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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.
lt;p>The results of the benchmarking will be useful, whatever they are, and the effort SAP has put into the program shows it is really taking notice of users' expectations, said Jean Leroux, president of USF and also CIO of Aelia, which operates a chain of airport duty-free stores.
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.
According to Velez, the concessionaire would tuna profits by increasing the number of duty-free stores and restaurants, which it would rent out.
Alimony and Child Support Ambulance Services Antique Shops Aquariums and Dolphinariums Artificial-Limbs Stores Betting Bicycle Shops Boat Rentals and Leases Bowling Alleys Cigar Stores and Stands Circuses and Carnivals Concrete Work Contractors Cruise Lines Dance Halls Dating and Escort Services Discos Drinking Places Duty-Free Stores Electric-Razor Stores Farm Equipment Fast-Food Restaurants Fireplace Screens and Accessories Stores Food Stamps Funeral Service and Crematories Furriers and Fur Shops Jewelry and Silverware Stores Massage Parlors.
ASW also runs electrical equipment and duty-free stores.
They will be sold in up-market tobacconists in Harrods and Selfridges, casinos, first-class airport lounges, duty-free stores and gentlemen's clubs.
He said non-aeronautical sources - from duty-free stores through real estate and tourism development to parking and ramp services - made up over 50 per cent of the revenues of many big airports.
A round trip just allowing time in both Ramsgate and Ostend duty-free stores costs from pounds 2.
After years of secrecy, Feeney, who is 65, agreed this week to discuss his gifts because the duty-free stores were sold this month to the company that makes Moet & Chandon Champagne, and a lawsuit over the sale would have revealed his anonymous donations.