Four new Paradies Lagardère stores provide diverse retail options for passengers

 

Vancouver International Airport and Paradies Lagardère recently celebrated the opening of four new retail stores, adding to the airport’s award-winning concessions program

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) together with Paradies Lagardère recently celebrated the grand opening of four retail stores: Lolë, Brooks Brothers, Coastal News and Sea to Sky Marketplace to domestic travelers in post security.

These four new retail stores will provide more apparel options and familiar iconic brands, adding to YVR’s award-winning concession program containing more than 170 shops, services and restaurants located before and after security, providing great shopping opportunities to travellers and the local community alike.

“YVR is always looking to provide exceptional customer experiences and a big part of that is offering an engaging and diverse retail options,” said Scott Norris, Vice President, Commercial Development, Vancouver Airport Authority. “We know that for many passengers their trip starts right here at YVR and we hope these new offerings will give them a reason to arrive earlier and get their shopping done prior to flying out.”

Paradies Lagardère operates more than 850 stores and restaurants in 98 airports, with expertise in international, national and local brands that create memorable and positive shopping and dining experiences for today’s travellers. They currently operate 24 stores at YVR, ranging from newsstands to apparel, gifts, confectionary and souvenirs.

“We’re thrilled and appreciative to grow our partnership with Vancouver International Airport, and debut Lolë, Brooks Brothers, Coastal News and Sea to Sky Marketplace to travelers,” said Gerry Savaria, Executive Vice President, Paradies Lagardère. “Paradies Lagardère seeks to contribute to the enticing and comprehensive shopping environment this airport gives travelers by providing them with exciting new retail options that complement the existing concessions program.”