We are today proud to announce the winners of The Moodies 2023, the prestigious annual awards that highlight omnichannel excellence across the travel retail, airport and travel ecosystem.
The airport operator said the hotel will feature a minimum of 200 rooms with complementary facilities in the first phase with a possibility to double in size in the second phase.
Strong travel retail sales at Denmark’s leading travel hub contributed to a +17% rise in total revenues for the first nine months of 2023.
Set to open in 2025, the hotel will include 167 rooms, a 150-seat conference room, two meeting rooms, a gym, a sky bar, and a spacious restaurant and lounge area.
Qatar Duty Free has snapped up a total of 12 awards including the ultimate Airport Food & Beverage Offer of the Year and other big global awards.
A hugely memorable Airport Food & Beverage (FAB) + Hospitality Awards took place in Bangkok last night, with Qatar Duty Free snapping up an impressive six major awards, including Airport Food & Beverage Offer of the Year.
In a landmark agreement, Hilton is partnering with Al Musbah Group and Damman Airports Company to develop the 273-key hotel at King Fahd International Airport.
Turkish company Kepler Club is a newcomer to the airport hospitality sector, a positive disrupter determined to differentiate the consumer proposition. Founder & CEO Ömer Alaettinoglu tells Martin Moodie about his sky-high ambitions and inspiration.
Queensland Airports is named Airport of the Year and WHSmith as Concessionaire of the Year, plus other major individual and company awards are made on a memorable night at the Queensland Art Gallery.
A fine welcome reception sponsored by Airport Retail Group opened the second Australian Airports Association (AAA) Retail & Commercial Forum in Brisbane on 17 July. Read on for a pictorial snapshot.
Lagardère Travel Retail Chairman and CEO Dag Rasmussen says: “We are delighted to be coming back to the FAB Conference to showcase our long-standing F&B expertise to new potential partners and to reconnect with existing ones.”
A strong speaker line-up and an audience that represents stakeholders from across the airport commercial sector will attend the AAA event in Brisbane on 17-19 July.
Revenue at the retail division should reach £644 million in 2023, with a strong contribution from car parking, but Heathrow says that the removal of tax-free shopping continues to hurt spend per passenger.