HONG KONG. Airport Authority Hong Kong has invited potential partners to bid for a health and wellness services concession at Hong Kong International Airport.

The unit covers 130sq m in the northwest concourse, level 6 (airside) at Terminal 1.

The airport company said the concession “presents a unique business opportunity for health and wellness services operators in this prestigious aviation hub in Asia”.

The bid deadline is 19 July.

HKIA highlights the opportunity to access over 72 million travellers a year in its tender announcement

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