BERLIN, Dec 8 (Reuters) – Airports and train stations are
home to ever increasing numbers of retail outlets, serving
travellers who want to buy goods on the go and brands targeting
a global and mobile audience.
Despite a recent downturn in the luxury industry,
high-profile deals in travel retail have underlined buoyant
long-term growth prospects for a sector driven by emerging
market jet setters and the trend towards convenience shopping.