Dublin Airport hatches crafty new shop plan
Dublin Airport is planning to launch a new crafts- focused store before the end of this year.
ARI, formerly known as Aer Rianta International, manages DAA’s travel retail business and oversees similar operations for airports in North America, Europe, the Middle East, India and New Zealand.
The firm recently completed an overhaul of the beauty hall in Terminal 2 and plans to refurbish Cork Airport by the summer of next year. ARI head...
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