FRANCE. Toulouse-Blagnac International Airport today called for Expressions of Interest (EOI) in establishing, managing and operating several airside commercial units (including press and a range of specialist retail activities, such as fashion, accessories, regional products, games and toys) through The Moodie Davitt Report e-Zine (see page 6 of today’s edition for full details).
The EOI excludes duty free, cafés & restaurants and financial services.
Toulouse Blagnac International is France’s fifth-busiest airport (8 million passengers in 2016 and 12 million expected in 2025).
Interested parties should write to:
Bâtiment La Passerelle – 2ème étage
Direction Développement Extra-Aéronautique
Service Marketing, Commerces et Publicité
CS90103 – 31703 Blagnac Cedex
Closing date for Expressions of interest: Wednesday 7 June 2017
For details of documentation required please see the full advertisement.
Contact: Aurélia Ferrand – Marketing, Retail and Advertising Department Phone: +33 5 61 42 45 85 – Email: email@example.com
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