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Retail giant Lulu wins deal for Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal

Abu Dhabi Airports has awarded two retail unit spaces in the upcoming new Midfield Terminal to Lulu

Retail giant Lulu wins deal for Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal

An agreement has been signed for a specialist gifting retail space and a dedicated non-food department store encompassing a total of 1,833 square metres.

Abu Dhabi Airports has awarded two retail unit spaces in the upcoming new Midfield Terminal at Abu Dhabi International Airport to the UAE-based Lulu Group.

An agreement has been signed for a specialist gifting retail space and a dedicated non-food department store encompassing a total of 1,833 square metres.

Lulu has been added to an line up of brands at the Midfield Terminal, which includes 28,000 square metres of retail space for duty free shopping, dining, relaxing and entertainment, a statement said.

Sheikh Mohammad Bin Hamad Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, chairman of Abu Dhabi Airports, said: “The Midfield Terminal is one of the region’s most significant aviation infrastructure projects, and it is only fitting that it will now be home to one of the region’s most successful international conglomerates.

"Lulu Group will make a significant contribution to our long-term retail strategy, and we look forward to working closely with them in the coming months and years.”

Yusuff Ali MA, chairman of Lulu Group added: “We are really excited and proud to have been awarded retail space in the upcoming world-class new Midfield Terminal at Abu Dhabi International Airport.

"We are leaving no stones unturned to deliver a world-class shopping experience to the millions of travelers expected to arrive in Abu Dhabi.”

The retailer said it has committed to stocking handpicked, high quality products, offered at affordable prices.

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