13 June 2019
New shops now open at Munich Airport
Good things come in threes
With three store openings happening at once, Munich Airport continues to enliven the shopping experience in airport with fresh ideas. The newcomers could hardly be more diverse – from fashion to flowers to a trendy pop-up store.
"These new arrivals highlight Munich Airport's diversity. We aim to address the different needs of our target groups and fulfil them as well as we possibly can. And that is reflected in our retail offerings," says Philipp Ahrens, the Director of Center Management at Munich Airport.
Now awaiting passengers and visitors on the arrivals level in Terminal 2 (Level 3, public area) is Flori´s Flowershop. Among the fragrant highlights of the new store are the longlife roses in stylish boxes.
In Terminal 2 (Level 4, after security), Germany's first BUFF Airport Store is now open. The Spanish specialist for neck and headwear, with a 25-year history, is the creator of the most iconic products in the outdoor scene: the original tubular BUFF®, now made using recycled microfibers. In its new store at Munich Airport, the sustainable manufacturer is offering a wide selection of accessories.
The third addition to the shopping options in Terminal 2 (Level 04, after security) is a new Lacoste boutique. The store features Lacoste's "LE CLUB" design concept, complete with an eye-catching polo wall dedicated entirely to the label's trendsetting shirts. With digital presentations on products and the brand's history and a bar-like sales counter, the store offers a special shopping experience in Munich Airport.
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