[:en]Asia Pacific most vibrant for travel retail[:zh] 亚太地区最具活力的旅游零售

[:en]Asia Pacific is the most vibrant region for duty free and travel retail, accounting for 37 per cent of global duty free and travel retail sales.

According to the TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference, global duty free and travel retail sales in 2013 reached US$60 billion, of which US$22.3 billion was from Asia Pacific.

In 1995, when the first TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference was staged, the region’s share was 30.5 per cent; over the next decade it is forecast to reach 45 per cent.

In terms of growth, downtown duty free stores delivered the greatest year on year sales growth in the region, unlike most other regions where airport stores were the major driver.

In absolute terms, airports remain the dominant channel, accounting for over half of duty free and travel retail sales worldwide. Of the world’s top 10 duty free and travel retail locations six are Asian airports: Seoul Incheon, Singapore Changi, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Shanghai Pudong and Beijing Capital.

Half of the income of airports in the Asia Pacific region is non-aeronautical revenue, of which the lion’s share is generated by retailing. Airports around the world have recognised the vital contribution that such revenue makes to funding airport development, stimulating traffic growth by keeping landing fees down, and thereby creating employment and supporting both travel and tourism.

 

[:zh]亚太地区是免税和旅游零售最有活力的地区,占全球免税和旅游零售销售的37%。

按照TFWA亚太展会与会议,全球免税和旅游零售销售在2013年零售额达到600亿美元,其中223亿美元来自亚太地区。

1995年,当第一TFWA亚太展会与会议开启,该地区的份额达到30.5%。在未来十年预计将达到45%。


在增长方面,市区免税店今年交付同比销售增长地区是增长最多的,不像大多数其他地区,机场店是主要的驱动店。

从绝对时期来看,机场仍然是主要渠道,占一半以上的免税和旅行零售的全球销售。世界排名前10位的免税和旅游零售点有6个是在亚洲机场:分别是首尔仁川机场,新加坡樟宜机场,香港,曼谷,上海浦东和北京。

亚太地区的机场收入的一半是非航空性收入,这大部分份额是由零售业产生的。在世界各地已经认识到机场做出的重要贡献,如收入投资机场发展,通过保持起降费下降,来拉动流量增长,从而创造就业机会,同时支持旅游业。

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