Budapest Airport offering retail space

Retail

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Budapestʼs Liszt Ferenc Airport has room for six stores, with a total space of 600 sqm, in the airportʼs SkyCourt building, a mostly duty-free-zone, the airport announced in a press release today. The stores currently in those locations had five-year contracts with the airport, and those contracts are set to expire, the release said.

The airport primarily expects applicants who are planning to open stores offering watches, jewelry, fashion goods, travel products, newspapers, magazines and books, the press release added. Winners of the tenders would reportedly be able to inhabit the stores for five years after signing the contract.

“As growth in annual passenger numbers has exceeded 10% [a year-on-year rise of 10.8%, reaching 840,000 in April] and commercial incomes have increased accordingly, we believe that the time has come to get potential partners involved,” Kam Jandu Chief Commercial Officer at Budapest Airport said. According Jandu the store locations on offer are located in SkyCourt in an area that can generate “high incomes”.

Budapest Airport awaits letter of intents for the stores, prior to the tender being offered, to retailtender@bud.hu, before June 5, 2015.

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