Sydney Airport plans to open Australia’s first department-store style retail outlets at its two domestic terminals next year in partnership with the hub’s existing core duty-free concessionaire, Gebr. Heinemann. This gives the German travel retailer a foothold in the domestic market, initially through home delivery.
Together, the new stores in terminals two and three will span 24,500 square feet and the first one is scheduled to open in July 2023. They will sell the typical categories found in international duty-free stores ranging from fashion, accessories, watches and jewelry, to perfumes, cosmetics, skincare, plus confectionery and wines and spirits.
T2 will house the largest unit spanning 19,000
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