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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"There is an initial report of one of its Captains Rohit Bhasin who is also working as a regional director picking up a wallet from a duty-free shop in Sydney," said Air India spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar.
In accordance with the document, it is planned to simplify the licensing of tax-free and customs warehouses, as well as duty-free shops in Uzbekistan.
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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.
The area will undergo urban renewal and be used for the construction of such facilities as business hotel, office building, duty-free shop, and travel information center.
Scottish MEP David Martin warned of 12% falls in EU duty-free shop sales, 40% in some third-country duty free shops."
Even the chocolates I had picked up at the duty-free shop at the airport had to be checked at the gate.
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Nestled between three sloping hills and kissing the Caribbean Sea, the capital city Charlotte Amalie is actually known as the Virgin Islands' industrial hub, as well as the place to duty-free shop until you drop.
Now the airport has replaced its large duty-free shop with five new shops featuring state-of-the-art displays.