Dubai Duty Free expands arrivals store at DXB

You can now buy more than 2,500 products at Dubai International Airport

Dubai Duty Free expands arrivals store at DXB

Dubai International Airport's arrivals store has now expanded, so you can buy even more products on landing at DXB.

For the first time, customers arriving in Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 lets travellers shop around the entire beverage range of Dubai Duty Free products, featuring more than 2,500 items, 121 travel retail exclusives and 41 products.

The new retail space is now doubled, at 1,100 sq m. And passengers will see the shop much sooner while through the arrivals hall, according to chief operating officer of Dubai Duty Free Ramesh Cidambi.

“Arrival sales account for nine percent of our business and it is a sector that we want to grow,” added executive vice chairman and CEO of Dubai Duty Free Colm McLoughlin.

“A high percentage of our arrivals customers are UAE residents who travel several times a year and they are going to appreciate the new shop for its ease of access, its high-end design and the extensive products on offer, including travel retail exclusives.”

Passengers can also expect more to come from Dubai Duty Free, including the second phase refurbishment of the two FoodPlus shops in Concourse B and continued work of its fashion sector.

Arriving back to Dubai just got sweeter.

PS. Don't forget to pick up an issue of Time Out DXB on your way out.

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