HONG KONG. Airport Authority Hong Kong has invited potential partners to bid for its latest packaged food concept and for a banking services concession at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA).

The Chinese/local packaged food concession encompasses four units, ranging in size from 49sq m to 74sq m. They are located in the T1 Check-in Hall (one outlet) and in the Midfield Concourse airside (three outlets).

The airport company said the concession “presents a unique business opportunity for retail operators”. It cited the 74.7 million passengers who travelled through the airport in 2018, and the “affluent mix”, with 46% identified as “executives, professionals and proprietors”.

The bid deadline is 30 April.

How the space breaks down for the packaged food concession (click to enlarge).

In other tender news, the airport company has called for bids for a banking services concession. This covers two locations, one of 143sq m and another of 88sq m. These are located respectively in the Level 7 Check-in Hall and East Hall departures airside.

The bid deadline is 16 May.

Details of the banking services concession, which carries a 16 May bid deadline (click to enlarge).

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