Following the last 18 months when many of the shops at Hamburg Airport have been closed or operating on reduced opening hours, many of the retailers at the German hub have extended their opening hours again. What’s more there is greater diversity to the shops now available to those travelling through the airport, with the Marc O’Polo concession relocating to a new site and the popular electronics store tech2go soon to open a second store.
“Browsing through various exclusive stores before departure is, quite simply, part of the experience of air travel,” said Lutz Deubel, Head of Centre Mangement at Hamburg Airport, exclaiming his delight that the majority of shops have now reopened. “Once again, a diverse range of souvenirs, fashion and electronics awaits our passengers. Our world of shopping has become even more varied. In recent months we have welcomed four new tenants, with the latest arrival being Hamburg Transfers in Terminal 2. The New Marc O’Polo and tech2go shops, too, boast vivid new looks. Customers now have even more to discover here.”
Located next to the baggage reclaim in Terminal 2, Hamburg Transfers is a private chauffeur service which helps transport passengers between the airport and the city in comfort and style. They can also arrange sightseeing or city tours.
Meanwhile, tech2go offers an extensive range of electronic equipment including headphones, audio books and powerbanks and charging cables. The first store has proved so popular that a second shop is opening soon. Fashion label Marc O’Polo is moving to a larger store and now offers a wider range of clothing, bags and shoes.