New shopping and service offerings at Hamburg Airport

Photo: Hamburg Airport.
Photo: Hamburg Airport.

New shopping and service offerings at Hamburg Airport

Photo: Hamburg Airport.
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Hamburg Transfers celebrates reopening, Tech2go opens second branch. In addition, Marco O'Polo is moving into a larger retail space.

Passengers can again shorten the waiting time at the gate with a shopping tour: after a lockdown that lasted for months, many shops at Hamburg Airport have extended their opening times again. Passengers can expect a fresh offer: Hamburg Transfers complements the range of services in the public area. The popular electronics shop Tech2go will soon open its second branch, and Marco O'Polo inaugurated a new store area.

“The flying experience simply includes browsing through the many exclusive shops before departure. We are all the more pleased that the majority of the shops have reopened. Our passengers can expect a colorful mix of souvenirs, fashion and electronics. Our shopping world has become even more diverse. We have welcomed four new tenants in the past few months - most recently: Hamburg Transfers in Terminal 2, ”says Lutz Deubel, Head of Center Management at Hamburg Airport. “The new store areas by Marco O'Polo and Tech2go also shine in a fresh design. There is now even more to discover for customers. "

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