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BAC seeks bids for development of Bahrain airport commercial spaces

MANAMA, 22 days ago

Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), the operator and managing body of Bahrain International Airport (BIA), has invited expressions of interest (EOIs) from leading companies for developing key commercial spaces at BIA Passenger Terminal Building.
 
The available 5 spaces, located in the landside departures area, offer exceptional opportunities for a variety of commercial activities, ranging in size from 34 sq m to almost 174 sq m, said a statement from BAC. 
 
As the operator and managing body of Bahrain International Airport, the gateway that connects the kingdom with the world, BAC has a major role to play in the kingdom's economic growth.
 
Tasked with developing the airport’s infrastructure, facilities, and commercial offerings, BAC has transformed BIA into the most modern boutique airport in the Gulf. 
 
Seeking EoIs, the BAC is seeking innovative and unique proposals from local and international brands across diverse sectors, including, but not limited to, entertainment services, business centres, electronic gaming zones, hair salons and nail bars, massage and spa services, retail, and non-cooking food and beverage services.
 
Interested businesses must provide a copy of their commercial registration, a company profile and proof of experience (preferably possessing two or more years of commercial operations)," said a spokesman for BAC.
 
In addition to this, the bidding firms must also provide the proposed concept and vision for the space, and how it would add value to customer experiences at BIA. 
 
"Businesses are also required to submit an expected preparation plan, an operational plan for 24/7 business activity at the airport, as well as key contact information," he added.
 
With a strong focus on innovation, efficiency, and culture, BAC said its goal is to ensure that Bahrain International Airport stands out as a best-in-class airport that reflects the Kingdom’s distinct character and strengthens its position as a financial, cultural, and aviation center in the region. 
 
Since assuming the responsibility of managing and operating the airport in 2010, BAC has cemented BIA’s reputation as an attractive hub for airlines and passengers.-TradeArabia News Service
 



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