A group of tourists from Singapore pose in front of the Lotte Duty Free store in central Seoul on Monday. They were the first group of foreign tourists there in almost two years after overseas travel was limited due to the pandemic.
Duty free stores are gearing up for a revival in travel with the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
A T’way Air flight attendant handing duty-free purchases to a passenger on a flight to nowhere, that takes off and lands back where it started without an intermediate stop, between Daegu and Fukuoka, Japan.
Shinsegae Department Store’s net profit jumped 5,000 percent on-year in the first quarter on recovering consumption.
Lotte Duty Free retained its second spot among global travel retailers in 2020, with China Duty Free Group (CDFG) leaping to the No. 1 position, an industry report showed Tuesday.
Asiana Airlines is offering new flights to nowhere with destination themes like Spain, Australia and Taiwan.
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Flights to nowhere, the favorite non-vacation for pandemic times, continue to be popular — and duty-free shopping is one big reason.
Asiana Airlines on Wednesday cancelled the rest of its no-landing international flights scheduled for this month due to the resurgence of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Airlines are flying passengers to Japan and back, without landing at the destination country, to save their balance sheets and give a helping hand to struggling duty-free stores.