Aer Rianta wins duty-free contract for Mumbai airport

Aer Rianta International has won the duty-free contract for the new Terminal 2 at Mumbai International Airport in India.

27th April, 2013
Jack MacGowan, chief executive, Aer Rianta International. Photo: Maura Hickey

Aer Rianta International has won the duty-free contract for the new Terminal 2 at Mumbai International Airport in India.

ARI expects to spend €20 million on the initial investment, which will create 500 jobs, and the duty-free is scheduled to open at the end of this year.

The Irish company beat seven other international bidders to win the 11-year contract, which will be a joint venture with Buddy Retail, ARI's Indian partner, with which it already runs...

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