Aviation

Looking for a christmas pressie for frequent travellers?

Amy Bryant

In an Australian airport first, Sydney Airport has today launched an official gift card, delivering the perfect gifting opportunity for family and friends of travellers.

The new gift card is available to use across all retail, food and dining stores at Sydney Airport’s three terminals where eftpos is accepted. It can be conveniently and securely purchased online via Sydney Airport’s website.

Ideal for frequent flyers and travellers, family and friends can send a gift card directly to the person travelling with a personalised note, with a variety of payment and delivery options available. A wide range of denominations will suit all budgets, from $20 to $250.

Passengers can use the new gift card to take advantage of the extensive new range of retail, food and dining options available at Sydney Airport, including over 800 brands and 28,000 products via HEINEMANN Tax & Duty Free, as well as an exciting selection of new dining concepts such as Benny Burger by Shannon Bennett, Heineken House and The Bistro by Wolfgang Puck.

“We are delighted to launch the official Sydney Airport gift card in time for the busy Christmas holiday gifting period,” Sydney Airport General Manager Retail Glyn Williams said.

“This new gifting initiative caters to the needs of the modern traveller by offering them a new and convenient way to shop and dine at the airport before they fly.”

Sydney Airport is the first airport in Australia to launch a gift card offering, further enhancing choice and convenience at the airport.

 

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