Irish international travel retailer, Aer Rianta International (ARI), has won a seven-year contract to run the retail operations at Portugal’s key airports including the country’s busiest mainland gateways of Lisbon, Porto and Faro.
ARI was chosen by ANA Aeroportos de Portugal (ANA), part of the global group Vinci Airports, to form a joint venture company to operate a portfolio of eight duty-free and duty-paid retail concessions. ARI will replace the world’s biggest airport retailer Dufry as ANA’s retail joint venture partner.
The contract starting in June covers Lisbon, Porto and Faro, plus the Madeira Islands’ airports of Madeira and Porto Santo, and three on the Azores
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