Second Lufthansa WorldShop at Frankfurt Airport
Thursday 18, February 2010
Following today’s opening of a second WorldShop in Area B of Terminal 1, Lufthansa is offering even more brand products in an exclusive selection of travel, vacation, sport and lifestyle merchandise to passengers and visitors at Frankfurt Airport.
Aside from a profusion of upmarket goods, the new shop, on 125 square metres of floor space, will be selling new special, promotional offers every month at big discounts. The new outlet, widening the customer’s choice of attractive buys, is the second WorldShop in Frankfurt: The other is in Area A.
Apart from Lufthansa-branded luggage from leading manufacturers, the WorldShop range includes rucksacks and travel accessories, as well as electronic articles like digital cameras, iPods and navigation devices. Also on offer is a huge choice of jewellery, accessoires like handbags, sunglasses and watches as well as model aircraft. Among the tempting opening offers up to 31 March are different suitcase collections, a NAVIGON 4350 max practical route planner, a Lufthansa sport chronograph or an elegant Nicola Hinrichsen jewellery chain. Two Business-Class tickets and an exclusive TITAN trolley await lucky winners as prizes in a WorldShop opening competition up to the end of March.
The winners will be informed by phone or email. Customers buying products at the WorldShop will also earn Miles & More award miles. One award mile for each euro they spend will be credited to their account. The system also works the other way round: Bonus miles can be used to purchase most of the articles and accessories. Products can be bought from 7,500 award miles upwards and the rest paid in cash. WorldShop opening hours are from 7 am to 10 pm.
Other Lufthansa WorldShops are located at Dusseldorf, Munich, Hamburg und Berlin Airports. An outlet shop is located in Herford near Hanover. Any article in the WorldShop range can also be ordered online at www.worldshop.eu.
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