Oslo Airport is issuing a tender for several commercial outlets, to run from 1 January 2017 – or after further agreement – including retail and food & beverage units in both arrivals and departures. The one-terminal building is undergoing a major expansion with a completion date of 2017.
Once developed, T2 will have a capacity of 35m passengers per year and boast 22,000sq m of commercial space. Starting 1 January 2017, the new allocation plan will include space for approximately 35 food and beverage outlets, as well as 35 areas for shops.
The units for the tender are split into two categories; shops and food & beverage. The tender package entitled ‘T-183769 Shops’ concerns a total of 10 premises in domestic departures; 21 premises in international departures, and five premises in arrivals.
The ‘T-183770 food and beverage’ tender package concerns 12 premises in domestic departures; 17 premises in international departures and five premises in arrivals.
Avinor instructs that all requests for registration be directed to doffin.no/TED or e-mail: [email protected]. The last day of registration will be 20 March 2015.
“The expansion we are already in the process of implementing will allow us to accommodate this growth in passenger numbers,”says Managing Director Øyvind Hasaas. “However, we also need an airport that can provide a good range of services and options for travellers.”
Oslo Airport says it wants to lease the areas earmarked for commercial activity to ‘professional organisations’.
“The steps we are taking now will totally revamp how passengers experience the terminal, including exciting new food, beverage and shopping options. The overall experience here will contribute to making Oslo Airport an even more pleasant airport to visit,” says Hasaas.
“We will also offer good, competitive prices, thus providing better service options overall for travellers.”
“We have areas available on both the domestic and international departure levels, as well as on the arrival level. We look forward to receiving applications from many good bidders who can contribute to the further development of Oslo Airport,” concludes Hasaas.
For enquiries or further information contact Jon F. Finne tel +47 414 08 302 or Tone Lauten Skaar tel +47 908 21 377.
Oslo Lufthavn AS, which is a 100% owned subsidiary of Avinor, was founded in 1992. The airport comprises one terminal building with one level for arrivals and one for departures, and with an annual capacity of approximately 23m passengers.
A larger extension of terminal (T2) and aircraft parking capacity at Oslo Airport is under construction with completion spring 2017. Development phase 1 will add capacity for approximately 28m passengers per year.