First Bulgari Airport Pop-up Shop To Open At Helsinki Airport!

Posted on September, 29, 2017 By : iqfares

The Helsinki Airport is the International airport for long-haul traffic and it is also a famous transfer hub in the Europe. It operates its flights to and from the North America, Asia and other destinations in Europe.

The Italian luxury brand Bulgari, Finnish airport operator Finavia Corporation and global travel retailer Dufry associate the partnership with the Bulgari.

Bulgari opens ‘Pop-up shop with Dufry’ at the airport location. It is operated by the Dufry Group with the various accessories, jewelry, and watches. They offer these services to the 16 million passengers traveling through the Finnish hub.

The director of Finavia commercial, Elena Stenholm said, “We are proud to have the magnificent Italian jeweler and the master of colored gemstones, at the Helsinki Airport. Helsinki airport is the leading Northern European airport for long-haul traffic and an important transfer hub in the whole of Europe.”

He also said, “We focus heavily on the Asian market and hence we have invested significantly in services especially for Chinese. We want to offer our quickly growing Asian and international clientele a smooth journey and a high-class passenger experience.”

The shop is located at the Helsinki airport and has the best jewelers those are mastered in their specific art and field. They want to offer their services to the passengers under one terminal roof.

The Director of Bulgari Travel Retail Europe, Roberto Marino added, “This pop-up concept offers the excellent opportunity for passengers and adds variety and uniqueness to their shopping experience at Helsinki airport. The design and different collections are invitations for our customers to travel to the eternal city.”

The extended pop-up shop will be available to passengers in the non-Schengen-area of Helsinki airport for at least one year. They provide the different and allegiant designs to the customers.

The managing director of Dufry, Karl Walter remarked that “It represents another innovative strong relationship we have with Bulgari and Finavia. With our decades of experience in the travel-retail sector, we know it’s important for customers at airports to be able to purchase premium products that represent the ultimate in terms of quality.”

An expansion project is located underway at the airport with the terminal. And it is expanded to the 103,000 square meters. They are preparing to serve their facilities to the 30 million passengers.