According to reporting from The Moodie Davitt Report, PT Angkasa Pura I (AP1), the operator of 16-airports across Indonesia, has announced a major tender for retail, dining, and service outlets at Bali I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Four packages are available, which respectively include 15-food & beverage units, 10-retail outlets, an airline lounge plus 8 services concessions. Bid documents are available between 17 and 29 January from the airport company.
The F&B spaces range from 20-square metres to 337-square metres and include coffee shops, grab and go units, family restaurants, themed restaurants, and Indonesian and other Asian concept outlets. Most are located in Domestic Departures, says The Moodie Davitt Report, adding that retail outlets range in size from 39-square metres to 552-square metres and include outlets dedicated to gifting, fashion, wines and spirits, confectionery and convenience shops, spread across International Arrivals and Departures, plus Domestic Departures.
Angkasa Pura I said its key design principles for the space are to optimise passenger routes, optimise store visibility and create a “fun and engaging atmosphere” and memorable journey.
According to The Moodie Davitt Report, Sense of Place is a key element, with the Domestic and International Terminals offering a “modern impression in harmony with traditional Indonesian culture through the use of enchanting Balinese cultural and artistic elements”.
The space features three local concepts: Bali Modern, Bali Fusion and Bali Traditional.
The Moodie Davitt Report say that contracts will run for four years. The process runs through the first quarter with negotiations with preferred bidders in late March, and contract winners expected to be finalised by 1 April.
As reported last September by The Moodie Davitt Report, Avolta opened multiple outlets at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport across retail and dining, having won a tender in 2021.
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Source: The Moodie Davitt Report