Toulouse-Blagnac International Airport seeks Expressions of Interest in duty free concession

FRANCE. Toulouse-Blagnac International Airport is seeking submissions of interest from potential partners for its core retail business, including duty free, via The Moodie Davitt Report.

The winning candidate will establish and run 2,000sq m of shopping space at France’s fifth biggest airport. Toulouse-Blagnac handled 8 million passengers in 2016.

Dufry is the incumbent duty free concessionaire while Lagardère Travel Retail also has a strong retail presence at the airport.

The new contract will begin in April 2018. The contract length is not yet finalised, with several options under review.

The deadline for Expressions of Interest is 8 February. Details of the opportunity will be advertised in this week’s edition of The Moodie Davitt e-Zine, out later today, and via our home page.

Toulouse-Blagnac: Major retail opportunity at France’s fifth biggest airport

The airport company last year appointed The Design Solution to lead commercial planning for a reconfiguration of space at its terminal.

Interested parties should respond by writing to:

Aéroport Toulouse-Blagnac

Bâtiment La Passerelle – 2ème étage

Direction Développement Extra-Aéronautique

Service Marketing, Commerce et Publicité

CS 90103 – 31703 BLAGNAC CEDEX


NOTE TO AIRPORT OPERATORS: The Moodie Davitt Report is the industry’s most popular channel for launching commercial proposals and for publishing the results. If you wish to promote an Expression of Interest, Request for Proposals or full tender process for any sector of airport revenues, simply e-mail Martin Moodie at

We have a variety of options that will ensure you reach the widest, most high-quality concessionaire/retailer/operator base in the industry – globally and immediately.

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