HONG KONG. Airport Authority Hong Kong has invited potential partners to bid for four fashion & accessories licences at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) Terminal 1.
The stores range in size from 17sq m to 41sq m and are located in the Midfield Concourse airside (three shops) and in the West Hall airside (one shop).
The airport company said the licences “present a unique business opportunity for retailers”. 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 27 June.
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