Colombia: Bogota airport to double duty free space
Published:  12 February, 2010

Colombia: Travel retail concession Motta Internacional has been awarded over 700 square meters of retail space in Bogota airport.

The announcement comes after OPAIN (Operator of the Bogota Airport) decided it was time to enhance the retail environment at the airport and invited various operators to bid for the space.  There will be a walk through duty free store with over 555 square meters, after security and immigration, and a second walk through store of 145 square meters located just before the gates.  The new spaces will double the retail area in the airport.

Erasmo Orillac CEO of Motta Internacional said: “We are very exited about this new project which solidifies our leading position in this airport.  These new stores that, will operate under our Attenza brand name, will improve the ambiance of the retail area and bring a well deserved shopping experience to the passengers traveling through this airport.”




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Dominic Roskrow

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