HKIA tenders smart gadgets and technology product concession

By Luke Barras-hill |

Hong Kong International Airport has launched a smart gadgets and technology product concession

HKIA, which has recovered 80% of its pre-pandemic passenger traffic, has launched a smart gadgets and technology product concession tender.

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is inviting bids from qualified parties to operate a duo of smart gadgets and technology product concessions.

Two licences are available at Terminal 1 for units covering a total area of 1,833sq ft.

Licence A concerns a 735sq ft space on Level 7 of the departures check-in hall of the non-restricted area, while licence B offers a larger 1,089sq ft footprint on Level 7 of the departures east hall within the restricted area.

The closing date for submissions is 14:30 (local time) on Wednesday 7 February.

Tender documents can be accessed by registered users via HKIA’s ePROS portal for a non-refundable fee of HK$5,000/US$640.

“Hong Kong International Airport sincerely invites major retail operators to bid for the following licenses to create fruitful results in the Asian aviation hub,” read a statement.

“HKIA is a world-class international aviation hub with extensive air, sea and land links as well as round-the-clock facilities. Through offering premium products and services, the Authority strives to provide the best shopping experience for our passengers.”

HKIA reported last month an 80% recovery in its passenger volumes versus the pre-pandemic level, aligned to the airport authority’s forecast.

The Asia hub handled more than 160,000 passengers daily on 22 and 23 December, consecutively, during the peak Christmas holiday travel period and welcomed 164,000 passengers on 23 December alone, setting a new daily record.

A total of 1,034 flight movements were recorded on 23 December alone, another record for a single day.

For more information on the tender, contact:  [email protected]

(852) 2183 3066 (Mr. Chan) / (852) 2188 7033 (Mr. Lam)

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