• 11/01/2022

    Dufry extends for ten years its duty-free concession at La Romana International Airport and Seaport in the Dominican Republic.

    Dufry, leading global travel retailer, has successfully extended for another 10 years its duty-free concession at La Romana Int. Airport & Seaport (AILR & CPLR) in the Dominican Republic, where it has been operating for more than 14 years. La Romana welcomes more than 700,000 passengers on both airport and seaport and caters for upscale private jets and golf players.

  • 28/10/2021

    Ad hoc

    Dufry reports acceleration on turnover and strong positive cash flow in Q3 2021

    Dufry’s third quarter 2021 was characterized by a re-bound of travel, predominantly in the Western hemisphere, with turnover at 55.6% of 2019 levels and reaching CHF 1,349.5 million for Q3 2021. Turnover for the nine-month period 2021 stood at CHF 2,536.8 million, plus 23.6% organic growth as compared to the same period 2020. The Group reported a strong positive Q3 Equity Free Cash Flow generation, and further upgraded the 2021 scenarios provided to the market.

  • 14/10/2021

    Invitation to Dufry’s Third Quarter 2021 Trading Update

  • 30/09/2021

    Dufry extends its Cambodia duty-free concession with three airports for five and a half years.

    Dufry, leading global travel retailer, has successfully extended for five and a half years its duty-free concession at Cambodia’s three international airports in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville, which in 2019 welcomed 11.6 million international travelers. The extended concession contract starts in October 2021 and covers departure and arrival duty-free shops at the Phnom Penh and Siem Reap hubs as well as the departure shop at the Sihanoukville airport with a total sales area of 2,680 m2, which Dufry has operated ever since 2003.

  • 24/09/2021

    Ad hoc

    Dufry expects positive impact from a new Spanish law, linking concession fees to passenger numbers

  • 19/08/2021

    Dufry renews its contract with Cardiff Airport for 12 years

    Dufry has successfully extended its contract to operate the tax and duty free store at Cardiff Airport in Wales for a further 12 years, following a successful partnership for the past 20 years. Cardiff Airport is the only major passenger Airport in Wales, and is an important driver for the Welsh economy through the connectivity it offers to other parts of the UK and internationally. In 2019 Cardiff Airport welcomed 1.6 million passengers.

  • 10/08/2021

    Ad hoc

    Dufry with gradual recovery worldwide and continued progress on cost and cash flow management

  • 03/08/2021

    Dufry extends for ten years its duty-free concession at the Santiago International Airport in the Dominican Republic

  • 26/07/2021

    Invitation to Dufry’s Half-Year Results 2021 Conference Call on 10th of August, 2021

  • 10/06/2021

    Dufry wins new, ten-year duty-free contract at Martinique International Airport

    Dufry, leading global travel retailer, has been awarded a new ten-year concession contract at the Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport starting January 1st, 2023, for the new duty-free shop covering 750 m2 of retail space.  It will be located in the new airport extension area currently under construction next to the existing terminal. Alongside the new contract, the current concession for the existing 340 m2 duty-free shop, which Dufry has been operating since 2011, has also been extended until December 2022.

  • 27/05/2021

    Dufry wins new, five-year duty-free contract at Cayenne International Airport

    Dufry, leading global travel retailer, has won a new, five-year concession contract to operate the duty-free shop at Cayenne – Felix Eboué International Airport in French Guiana, the French overseas department located in the North of South-America. Cayenne airport served 550,000 passengers in 2019, and Dufry will start operations of the duty-free shop covering 120 m2 on August 1, 2021. With the newly won concession, Dufry further consolidates its footprint in Central and South America, a geography which includes also the Caribbean and is considered as one of the most important tourist destinations worldwide.

  • 20/05/2021

    Dufry with continued gradual improvements in First Quarter 2021, and successful execution of refinancing

    In a business environment characterized by gradual improvements, Dufry has reached a turnover of CHF 460.3 million with an organic growth of -73.9% compared to 2019. The company is on track to achieve CHF 530-670 million savings compared to 2019 in personnel and other expenses for FY 2021, and has signed MAG reliefs for 2021 of around CHF 300 million. Cash consumption in Q1 2021 was better than expected reaching CHF 219.3 million and reflecting normal business seasonality, thus allowing to confirm the 2021 scenarios provided to the market.


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