Ferragamo adds to duty free network with Beijing Daxing Airport store

By Charlotte Turner |

Salvatore-Ferragamo-store-Beijing-Daxing-Airport-leadItalian fashion house, Salvatore Ferragamo has added to its network of 661 standalone boutiques with the unveiling of a new store in Beijing’s new Daxing International Airport.


On the second level of the new airport, in sector B, the store offers the men’s and women’s collections of bags, shoes, leather goods and accessories over 100sq m.


Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A. is the parent company of the Salvatore Ferragamo Group, one of the leading players in the luxury sector with origins dating back to 1927.


As reported, the new Beijing Daxing International Airport was officially inaugurated on 25 September by China President Xi Jinping.



Located between the Daxing district of Beijing and Guangyang District of Langfang City, Beijing Daxing is believed to be the world’s largest terminal in a single building.


The store offers the men’s and women’s collections of bags, shoes, leather goods and accessories over 100sq m.

By the end of the year, it is expected to be operating 116 routes (101 domestic and 15 international), covering 112 destinations worldwide (97 domestic and 15 international).


It is estimated that by 2021, Beijing Daxing will be handling 45 million passengers annually, with international flights accounting for 20% of the total. In around six years from now, passenger throughput is expected to reach 72 million with international flights comprising 30%.


Ultimately, combined passenger throughput at Beijing Daxing and Beijing Capital International Airport will exceed 250 million passengers.


Passengers can also look forward to an impressive DF&TR offering courtesy of leading travel retailers such as China Duty Free Group and Lagardère Travel Retail. Total retail spans around 18,000sq m, 13,000sq m of which is duty paid and 5,133sq m duty free.


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