Alex Avery, Pragma’s managing director for airports, travel and commercial spaces, discusses how food and beverage is transforming airport retail.Read More
Travel locations provide a great opportunity for gift retailers, but too often they miss out by limiting the category to souvenirs.Read More
Travel operators used to jealously guard their window of commercial opportunity, but now there is an increasing recognition of the benefits of greater collaboration to drive customer value.
The introduction of new long-range aircraft has enabled low-cost airlines to offer long-haul travel at budget prices, with transatlantic one-way fares now as low as £70.
An article in Moodie Davitt by Pragma Managing Director, Airports, Travel & Commercial Spaces, Alex AveryRead More
Pragma and TDS help create a new design for the main terminal at Sangster International Airport.Read More
Retail sales at airports have been on an upward trajectory. Compared with high street retailers, retail spend continues to grow year on year and the global duty-free industry is expected to reach $67bn by 2020, up from $48bn in 2016.Read More
Pragma Managing Director, Airports, Travel & Commercial Spaces, Alex Avery is interviewed in The Moodie Davitt Report on last year’s main trends in airport retailRead More
What do airports need to consider to capitalise on the growth of passenger numbers?Read More
Alex Avery, Pragma’s Managing Director of Airports, Travel & Commercial Spaces is interviewed in The Moodie Davitt Report on food & beverage at airports.Read More
Read our latest coverage press coverage: Alex Avery on the changing face of airport design in the Moodie Davitt Report.Read More
Alex Avery was recently interviewed in Airport World on the trends in airport retailing.Read More