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Warsaw airport closes 15 outlets in July

Since July 1, 15 outlets in Warsaw Chopin airport have been closed to travelers due to the expiration of the rental period of Lagaredere Travel Retail. The new tenant will be a PGZ ‘ Baltona, which will rent 14 units.

Warsaw airport’s press office informed PAP that “the modernisation of commercial space of Chopin Airport has begun at the time of expiry of lease contracts and the end of the process of choosing new tenants.”

Until now, 15 retail units at Chopin Airport have been leased by Lagardere Travel Retail, whose contract with the Polish Airports state enterprise (PPL), which manages the Warsaw terminal, ended on June 30.

“The new operator of the commercial space is PHZ ‘Baltona’ which will take over the leases of 14 units, situated in various parts of the airport terminal,” the press office announced, adding that the commercial premises “will be gradually put into service”.

“PPL, along with the tenant-operator of the remodeled premises, is making every effort to ensure that this process is completed as quickly as possible,” the press office said.

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