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Cardiff Airport calls companies for duty free retail concession

Posted 1 October 2019 · Add Comment

Cardiff Airport is inviting established tax and duty free retailers to bid for the opportunity to operate a duty free retail concession within the terminal.

Courtesy Cardiff Airport

The national airport for Wales welcomes over 1.66 million customers annually. The Airport is a significant driver of economy to the region, supporting over 1,900 aviation-related jobs.

A number of valued airline partners operate flights to and from Cardiff Airport, extending a warm Welsh welcome to customers flying to destinations worldwide and international visitors using the Airport as their gateway to the UK.

The closing date for the submission of tenders is 17:00 on Friday 20th December 2019.

To express interest in bidding for the tender and to request further information, please contact Sarah Clifford, Head of Commercial and Sales via email .before 17:00 on 15th October 2019 .

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