JORDAN. The deadline is approaching next week for two commercial tenders issued by Airport International Group at Queen Alia International Airport.

The airport company has announced a tender for advertising services covering multiple spaces at the main gateway to Jordan.

Amman International Airport Chief Commercial Officer Deema Anani told The Moodie Davitt Report that AIG was seeking an advertising partner “that is adept at new technology and that can take our award-winning airport to the next level”.

A further speciality retail tender is for the operation of three shops: a convenience store, an Arabic sweets store and a pharmacy.

Further information on both of the tenders is available from Airport International Group. The deadline for submissions is 25 November.

Tender time: Amman International Airport is the main international gateway to Jordan

The latest tenders come in the wake of substantial commercial upgrades at the Amman airport.

As reported, Dufry has opened an “engaging and immersive” 700sq m arrivals store and a reconfigured 2,520sq m departures store at the airport.

It was also revealed at last month’s Trinity Forum by Ms Anani that BTA Catering, majority-owned by TAV Airports, and Lagardère Travel Retail will take over close to 20 F&B spaces after securing a seven-year concession.

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