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Duty Free Paris opens new stores at Paris Orly Airport

Published 10 November 2009

Duty Free Paris (DFP), the joint venture between airport operator Aéroports de Paris (AdP) and Switzerland-based travel retailer The Nuance Group, has opened four fashion stores at the south terminal of Paris Orly airport.

The 5,887 square feet Cult boutique is a fashion and accessories outlet managed by AdP and offers products from brands including Adidas, Nike, Levi’s, Puma, Diesel, Vilebrequin and Thomas Sabo. The joint venture also opened three mono-brand shops dedicated to Giorgio Armani (882 square feet), Burberry (656 square feet) and Ralph Lauren (82 square meters). The fashion retail areas include twelve fitting rooms, three tills and several corners dedicated to sport shoes, swimwear and jewelry. The fitting rooms also feature flight information screens. Pierre Graf, chairman and CEO of AdP said that the four new Duty Free Paris sales points at Paris Orly airport with nearly 8,611square feet feature enhanced fashion and accessories and offer and innovative concepts. The Nuance Group head office at Zurich Airport is home to all the Group's various corporate functions: finance, strategy & business development, IT & logistics and human resources. Nuance offers an extensive network of travel retail operations. The Nuance Group has operations in Angola, Austria, Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Ireland, Macau, Malta, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the UK and the US.