Travel Retail Domodedovo (TRD), the joint venture between Gebr. Heinemann and local partner Greenway, has continued growing in Russia with the opening of two shops at Strigino International Airport. The shops are operated under the Heinemann Duty Free and Travel Value brand.
Spanning 126sq m, the duty free shop is located in the airport’s new international terminal and offers a range of perfumes and cosmetics from leading international brands, as well as alcoholic beverages, tobacco, confectionery, toys and accessories.
In addition, an 86 sq m Travel Value shop opened in the domestic terminal and is available to all passengers departing on national flights. The assortment comprises popular products from international and Russian perfume and cosmetics, confectionery, toys, accessories and souvenir manufacturers.
Sergey Govorushko, General Manager, Travel Retail Domodedovo said: “We are very proud to partner once again with Airports of the Regions — the leading airport holding in Russia — for the launch of our duty free operations at Strigino International Airport.
“We highly appreciate the fair partnership with Airports of the Regions and look forward to cooperating with them to strengthen our presence in existing airports and other locations in the future.”
According to Heinemann, the shops offer passengers great shopping experiences and savings with a focus on special offers and price hits. With nearly 100% of passengers Russian, Travel Retail Domodedovo caters to their needs with a tailored assortment.
Alexander Zaporozhsky, Deputy CEO of Airports of the Region commented: “We are very happy to launch the new duty free and duty paid shops at Nizhniy Novgorod International Airport. The new shops will allow our passengers to enjoy the best-in-class level of services and to buy the most popular brands and goods at attractive prices.
“Our cooperation with Heinemann confirms our commitment to further expanding the range and improvement of the quality of services. We hope that passengers will enjoy shopping in the new shops.”