Global travel retailer Dufry has extended its duty-free concession at Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport for a further six years.

Dufry has been operating at the Balinese hub since 2013. The new contract also includes an increase in retail space of more than 1,400m2, thus extending the total sales area to more than 3,600m2, allowing the introduction of fashion and accessories as new retail categories. 

The newly extended concession contract includes duty-free shops in both the international departure and arrival areas. The shops, mainly conceived as walk-through concepts, offer a wide assortment of core duty-free categories such as perfume and cosmetics alongside alcohol, tobacco and confectionery.

In addition, travellers will be able to enjoy globally renowned fashion and accessory brands in 20 dedicated shops. According to Dufry, the fashion and accessories offer will be complemented by a dedicated House of Sarinah concept store featuring Indonesian-made products. Customers will benefit from a selection of fashion and accessories made possible through Dufry’s partnership with PT Sarinah (Persero) and its knowledge of local Indonesian labels. 

Commenting on the new contract, Pedro Castro, chief operating officer Asia-Pacific, said: “We are very proud to have been awarded the contract extension in this important Asian tourist destination, which attracts travellers from all over the world. We will honour the renewed trust of our partners Angkasa Pura I and foster this longstanding relationship.”