Cathay Pacific flyers can avail of a 15% shopping discount at Hyderabad Duty Free
GMR Hyderabad Duty Free Retail Limited (HDFRL), the 100% subsidiary of GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL), has joined hands with Cathy Pacific Airways to introduce a discount offer for customers. Passengers travelling to and from Hyderabad Airport can now avail of a 15% shopping discount at the Hyderabad Duty Free stores after presenting their Cathay Pacific boarding pass. This offer is active and valid for three month duration, until 30th September 2016.
The offer can be availed at both arrival and departure stores of Duty Free at Hyderabad Airport. The discount will be applicable for a minimum bill value of $125 in arrivals and $50 in departures. This exclusive offer is for passengers of Cathay Pacific Airways and cannot be clubbed with any other offers or discounts.
Mr. Rajesh Menon, Regional Sales & Marketing Manager, South Asia, Cathay Pacific Airways, said, “We are pleased to join hands with Hyderabad Duty Free for this promotion. Hyderabad is an important corporate hub for us and the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport offers top-notch services to the travellers. We are delighted to provide our customers with opportunities like these to indulge in shopping with great offers from Hyderabad Duty Free and true to our brand philosophy create a complete Life Well Travelled experience.”
Commenting on this, Mr. SGK Kishore, Chairman, Hyderabad Duty Free Retail Limited, said, “We at Hyderabad Duty Free have been constantly putting our customers at the centre of all our initiatives, creating more value for them.” He further added, “We have now collaborated with Cathay Pacific Airways, one of our long-standing partners, to extend this unique benefit to our valued customers. Along with the extensive range of products at Hyderabad Duty Free, through this offer, Cathay customers can avail highly competitive prices which will not only add excitement to their shopping experience but also make their journey through RGIA a memorable one.”