3Sixty Duty Free & More reveals latest store at Orlando Airport’s Terminal C

By Luke Barras-hill |

Omnichannel travel retailer 3Sixty Duty Free & More has opened its newest flagship retail location at Orlando International Airport’s (MCO) $2.8 billion Terminal C building, which inaugurated this week with 80,000sq ft of concession space.

Travellers were welcomed into the 3Sixty Duty Free retail space on Monday 19 September to explore duty free and duty paid assortments of liquor, tobacco, P&C, confectionery, fashion and accessories.

The store is expected to incorporate multi-channel retail platforms for the purposes of pre-ordering, targeted selling programmes and promoting a broader product range.

“The opening of this latest flagship store in MCO is another great milestone for our partnership with Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) and the rollout of our 3Sixty Duty Free & More retail concept,” explained Alexander Anson, Chief Operating Officer, 3Sixty Duty Free.

“We are proud of our partnership with GOAA and excited to have opened what we believe to be a state-of-the-art duty free concept in the US, to service passengers from all around the world travelling to Orlando and we look forward to exceeding their expectations.”

Alex Anson, Chief Operating Officer, 3Sixty Duty Free (pictured far right) at the opening of the store, which is said to boast a ‘full array’ of duty free and duty paid assortments.

The company, formerly known as DFASS Group, will celebrate a decade of business with MCO next year and is eyeing a series of special promotions, product listings and events to mark the occasion.

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