Retail area opens at Warsaw Chopin Airport

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A series of new shops and restaurants will be opening in the new terminal at Warsaw Chopin Airport, Poland on May 1, 2015, with the new terminal set to receive its first commercial passengers on May 23.

The new retail development covers a total area of over 32,300ft², and includes a shopping arcade featuring international brands such as Michael Kors, Ermenegildo Zegna, Emporio Armani, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ralph Lauren and Burberry.

There will also be a toyshop and M&M’s candy store for young travelers, and a new Aelia Duty Free shop selling a range of duty-free products including alcohol and tobacco.

Michał Kaczmarzyk, the director of Chopin Airport, said, “The global brands available in our shopping arcade will allow passengers to feel as if they were at the best Paris, London or Milan department stores, which is exactly what our customers expect.

“At the airport they have time for relaxed shopping, and we are happy to provide them with that opportunity.”

Alongside the shopping experience, the terminal will feature a new food court offering a wide range of cuisine from Italian dining to fast food. Three of the new additions include The Flame steak-house restaurant, Papaya, serving Asian-infused cuisine and a McDonald’s.

“The gastronomic offer is diverse both in terms of the quality of the meals, as well as their prices. It includes both cheap fast food meals and elegant dishes prepared on-site by chefs. I’m certain everyone will find something they like,” added Kaczmarzyk.

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