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26-Feb-2013 2:44 PM

AIRMALL USA reports per passenger spend for projects in Pittsburgh, Boston, Baltimore and Cleveland

AIRMALL USA issued (25-Feb-2013 ) the following analysis of sales performance at its airport projects in Pittsburgh, Boston, Baltimore and Cleveland, based on 2012 year-end sales figures:

  • Pittsburgh International Airport: Per-passenger spend of USD13.60, an increase of more than 400% since AIRMALL launched its concept at the airport more than 20 years ago. During that same period, passenger traffic has dropped by more than 50%;
  • Boston Logan International Airport: Per-passenger spend of USD12.18 in 2012, a 150% increase since AIRMALL began developing and managing concessions in terminals B and E more than 10 years ago;
  • Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport: Per-passenger spend of USD9.68, a 77% increase since AIRMALL began managing the airport's concession programme in 2004;
  • Cleveland Hopkins International Airport: Per-passenger spend of USD8.58, 54% increase since AIRMALL began managing the concessions programme in 2008. During that same period, passenger traffic has decreased by nearly 20%. [more - original PR]

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