Aldeasa extends Madrid presence

4-Nov-2003

SPAIN. Spanish operator Aldeasa has reached agreement with state-controlled airport operator AENA to extend its concession to operate duty-free outlets at Madrid Barajas airport.

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?SPAIN. Spanish operator Aldeasa has reached agreement with state-controlled airport operator AENA to extend its concession to operate duty-free outlets at Madrid Barajas airport. The current contract was due to........
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