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HKIA issues tender invitation for Commercial Catering Concession at Terminal 1

The World’s “Best Dining Airport” offers lucrative business opportunities

The Airport Authority Hong Kong invites interested operators to participate in a tender process for Commercial Catering Concession at Terminal 1 of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA).

Situated at the departures & arrivals levels (both restricted and non-restricted areas) of Terminal 1, the nine outlets are sized from 19 sqm to 464 sqm. The premier locations present superb business opportunities, supported by a double-digit growth in catering sales in 2011/2012.

HKIA has welcomed 53.9 million passengers in 2011, representing a year-on-year increase of 5.9%. Over the years HKIA has been awarded for many prestigious awards, including the world’s “Best Airport Dining” consecutively from 2009 to 2012 in Skytrax surveys, and also Best F&B Marketing & Promotions, Airport Food & Beverage Awards of the Moodie Report in 2010.

Over 80 dining outlets in HKIA provide an array of the world’s finest cuisines, from scintillating sides to Michelin-star creations, while serving a continuous stream of affluent customers who demand choice and quality. As a result, 51% of departing passengers and 31% of well-wishers and greeters dine within the airport, many of whom spend on average around four hours in HKIA. The catering licences offer businesses exposure to a diverse range of travellers with strong purchasing power.

The tender will close on 6 July 2012 at 11:00 a.m. Hong Kong time.

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