Capi expands at Vienna Airport with electronics store opening at Plaza

By Luke Barras-hill |

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Capi’s third electronics shop inaugurated on 6 September. Björn Olsson, Senior Vice President, Vienna Airport (left) was on hand to open the new shop.

Royal Capi-Lux has broadened its reach at Vienna International Airport (VIE) by opening a new electronics shop at the Plaza.

The latest store and third in the Capi portfolio features ‘innovative and inspiring’ consumer electronics.

An open entrance entices travellers with special offers and once inside, they are able to explore gadgets and gifts at The Gadget Table and select from an assortment of award-winning and best-reviewed products from the Travellers Choice shelf.

Capi says the store is strategically located to appeal to a variety of traveller states, from business trips and family travel to backpackers.

BUSY WEEK FOR VIE

It was opened on 6 September, a day after Lagardère Travel Retail officially unveiled its multi-brand The Fashion Gallery Concept at Terminal 2. The contract details were exclusively revealed by TRBusiness last year.

Julian Jäger, Member of the Management Board of Flughafen Wien AG  said: “Smart phones, tablets and similar devices are useful companions on trips. With the opening of the third Capi shop at Vienna Airport, passengers now have an extensive selection of high-quality electronic products at their disposal in two different terminals.

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“Capi is an internationally renowned quality provider and thus supports our service promise: to offer our travellers a top-quality travel experience.”

The B&S Group-owned airport retailer began its partnership with Vienna Airport in 2017 when the first Capi store was opened.

Travellers can now purchase electronics from Capi at the F Gates, C Gates and Plaza.

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