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Lima Airport Partners builds on commercial offer with US$61 million expansion – 02/03/09

Published: 02/03/09

Source: ©The Moodie Report

By Peter Dowling and Melody Ng

PERU. Jorge Chavez International Airport has unveiled 17 outlet openings in the second phase of its commercial expansion, with its investment now standing at US$61 million.

Some 13 of the businesses are new while the remaining four were either expanded or renovated. This brings the airport’s offer to 63 shops supported by a restaurant offer from 34 concessionaires, Lima Airport Partners reported.

This new offer places the Jorge Chavez International Airport shopping area among the most competitive in the region, the airport company added. Among the new stores are Fashion, a multi-brand clothing store, and the new affiliates of Ilaria (silver jewellery), H.Stern and acclaimed destination merchandise concept Café Britt.

The diverse offer ranges from jewellery, silverwork, handcrafts, fragrance and liquor, including the traditional Peruvian pisco.

The new offering comprises retail, food & beverage and passenger services including (clockwise from top left) a smoking bar, a Soho Café, Aldeasa-operated duty free stores and El Rincón del Pisco, selling traditional Peruvian pisco

Ilaria and H.Stern, part of the strong and diverse jewellery offer at Jorge Chavez International Airport
Open walkways and wide, curved shop fronts are characteristic of the new openings, such as Britt Shop Peru (above)

(Top row) Passengers may enjoy Peruvian 'Lonche' or tea time at La Bonbonniere (left) or a massage at Relax & Spa; (Bottom row) Cafeteria Express To Go provides hungry passengers with on-the-go convenience shopping
During 2008, the retail and food & beverage sectors grew +16% and +26% respectively. The stores that recorded the most growth were Secure Bag, responsible for baggage protection (+42%) and the cafeteria Express To Go (+33%). Ilaria and H.Stern were chosen by travellers as the businesses with the best customer service.

Lima Airport Partners was profiled in the Oct/Nov 2007 issue of The Moodie Report Digital Print Edition
Lima Airport Partners is expecting a +30% growth in the commercial business for 2009. A new VIP lounge is scheduled to be opened in the domestic concourse and a new spa in the international concourse, the company added.

MORE STORIES ON LIMA AIRPORT PARTNERS

Lima Airport Partners set for big expansion at Jorge Chavez International – 07/09/07

Lima Airport Partners awards best retail and F&B operators at Jorge Chavez and unveils big new commercial opportunity – 06/02/07

Lima Airport Partners set to offer food & beverage and retail opportunities – 10/09/06

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