Dufry extends contract & floorspace at Bali International Airport
Dufry has announced the extension of its duty free concession at Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport for another six years. Dufry has been operating this concession since 2013. The extended contract includes an increase in retail space of over 1,400 square meters; the total floorspace will be 3,600 square meters. This increased floor space will allow for the introduction of fashion and accessories as new categories.
The new contract includes mainly walk-through duty free shops in both the international departure and arrival areas offering a wide assortment of the core duty free categories, now including the aforementioned fashion and accessories. Twenty shops will offer globally renowned fashion and accessory brands including luxury concepts, and will be complemented by the dedicated House of Sarinah concept store featuring the best of Indonesian-made and internationally available iconic products from all over the country.
Pedro Castro, Chief Operating Officer Asia-Pacific, stated: “We are very proud to have been awarded the extension of this important Asian tourist destination, which attracts travelers from all over the world. We will honor the renewed trust from our partners of Angkasa Pura I and foster the longstanding relationship, by providing visitors of Bali International Airport with a further enhanced shopping experience meeting highest international standards and featuring a considerably extended product assortment.”
Aidhil Julian, Co General Manager Commercial I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport – Bali, added: "We are glad to have this opportunity to extend our partnership with Dufry. With the reputation of Bali Airport, who has earned top ten spots of safest airports in Southeast Asia for Covid-19 health and safety measures in 2021 according to Safe Travel Barometer, we are ready to combine the uniqueness of Bali with global expertise to captivate our passenger's interest and leave them with the unforgettable shopping experience."