Flyers who love to shop face even more temptation to miss their flights in 2023.
An Australian first has just been unveiled with the country’s first domestic terminal department store concept to open by mid-next year.
The concept spans more than 2,270 sqm across both Sydney terminals – 1,765sqm in T2 and 506sqm in T3 – and will offer a full suite of fashion, accessories, watches, jewellery, perfumes, cosmetics, skincare, confectionery and wines and spirits.
A mix of popular Australian brands and international bestsellers will be available across both terminals, with the retail mix curated to reflect each terminal’s passenger base.
The T2 store will prominently feature designer streetwear and athleisure, as well as on-trend product categories such as niche fragrances and clean skin. It will cater for leisure travellers and a youthful passenger demographic.
Terminal 3 will deliver a more elegant, luxurious design and a retail offer focused on gifting and premium and luxury fashion, accessories and beauty brands, appealing to discerning shoppers and more seasoned business travellers.
“The retail experience in our T1 International terminal is among the best in the world and I’m excited that we are now able to bring a similar experience to domestic passengers,” said Mark Zaouk, Sydney Airport’s Executive General Manager – Commercial.
Heinemann will operate the stores on a five-year concession, expanding its footprint from its current duty-free concession which runs to 2029 at the T1 International Terminal.
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