JSC Lithuanian Airports announces upcoming tender for duty free shops

By Benedict Evans |

Vilnius Airport is also undertaking at the building of a building a new passenger departures terminal, which it says will be operational by Q125.

The Vilnius and Kaunas branches of the JSC Lithuanian Airports, acting on behalf of JSC Lithuanian Airports (LTOU), has issued a tender for four total units across the two airports.

Two units will be situated in Vilnius airport (VNO), and a further two have been commissioned for Kaunas Airport (KUM)), totalling 2,574sq m in retail space.

Applications are to be submitted from 16 September 2024 to 23 September 2024, and JSC Lithuanian Airports said it is seeking “an operator with experience in such activities and high customer quality standards.”

The basic operating requirements for any potential tenderer were: four direct or subsidiary-owned duty free shops operated during the last three years; trade consisting of alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, cosmetics, perfumery, and confectionery across both apron and cruise channels; and experience in either the European Economic Area (EEA), the Middle East or North America.

JSC Lithuanian Airports also added its minimum requirements included proof of at least 700,00 customers served at a single location for the duration of 2023.

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