Travel Retail and Duty Free Business Intelligence    Thursday 05 May 2016


Starbucks and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf capture western coffee concessions at Changi Airport Terminal 2 – 08/04/09

Published: 08/04/09

Source: ©The Moodie Report

By Dermot Davitt

SINGAPORE. Starbucks and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf have each captured a brand name western speciality coffee concession at Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2. Both units are located in the T2 Check-In Hall.

Starbucks won Concession A, after it offered 19% of gross monthly sales or a Minimum Monthly Guarantee of S$18,000, whichever is higher.

Concession A begins on 15 June and runs for three years.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf offered 23% of gross sales up to S$50,000 a month; plus 24% of incremental sales up to S$75,000; 26% of sales up to S$100,000 and 28% of sales above S$100,000, or a Minimum Monthly Guarantee of S$9,500, whichever is higher.

Concession B starts on 24 July and runs for three years.

Other bidders for the concessions included Delifrance, SSP, Spinelli and Trung Nguyen Café Chain.

In other T2 food & beverage news, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore has tendered two key restaurant concessions.

The first concerns a brand name Asian restaurant concession, located on Level 3 of Departure/Transit Lounge Central. Bids are due by 29 April, with the three-year concession beginning on 1 August.

The second tender is for a brand name Indian vegetarian concession, also in T2’s Departure/Transit Lounge Central. Bids also close on 29 April with a contract start date of 1 August.


Focus Network Agencies tops bidding for confectionery contract at Singapore Changi Airport’s Budget Terminal – 06/04/09

Times Newslink tops Changi books & magazines tender as King Power aligns with WHSmith – 01/04/09

Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore announces move of four airlines to Changi Airport Terminal 2 – 27/03/09

Changi Airport amends T2 confectionery award; Dufry and Focus Network Agencies to swap concessions – 20/03/09

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