Mango amplía su presencia en aeropuertos españoles con una apertura en Tenerife Sur-Reina Sofía
Mango extends its presence in Spanish airports with a store opening at Tenerife Sur-Reina Sofía
- This weekend, the company will open a new store at the Tenerife Sur-Reina Sofía Airport, one of Spain’s busiest airports, with close to 11 million passengers a year.
- The store, which has a selling space of 160 m2, will stock the Woman line.
- With this new store, Mango is extending its presence to 4 airports in Spain, after opening in Terminal 4 of Adolfo Suárez-Madrid Barajas Airport last October.
Mango, one of Europe’s leading fashion groups, is extending its presence in Spanish airports with a store at Tenerife Sur-Reina Sofía Airport, one of Spain’s busiest airports, with close to 11 million passengers a year.
The new store has a selling space of 160 m2 and will stock the Woman line. In addition, the store features the Mediterranean-inspired store concept, New Med, which can be found in some of the group’s flagship stores around the world. This concept aims to reflect the spirit and freshness of the brand and is strongly influenced by Mediterranean culture and lifestyle. Sustainability and architectural integration are key in this new concept. These stores are characterised for featuring environmentally-friendly materials, such as natural paint.
The Tenerife Sur-Reina Sofía Airport is located in the heart of the island’s tourist area and offers over one hundred connections with more than 150 companies operating in its facilities. It is the busiest airport in the Canary Islands, with 10.8 million passengers and 76,000 operations at the close of 2022. 91% of the passengers are international, originating principally from the United Kingdom and Germany, who represent half of the total traffic, while domestic traffic is concentrated in operations with Madrid, Malaga, Gran Canaria and Barcelona.
With the store at Tenerife Sur-Reina Sofía Airport, Mango is extending its presence at Spanish airports to four stores. In October last year, the company opened a store in Terminal 4 of Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, Spain’s biggest airport in terms of passenger numbers, freight and the number of operations, the fifth largest in Europe according to Eurostat Agency data, and the fifteenth largest in the world in terms of passenger numbers, according to Airports Council International (ACI) figures. Mango also has a presence at Terminal 1 of Barcelona-El Prat International Airport and at Palma de Mallorca International Airport.
Mango has 14 stores in Tenerife and a total of 32 stores in the Canary Islands. Mango closed 2022 with 375 stores in Spain, including company-owned stores, franchises and corners in department stores, as well as an online presence through its own online channel and other marketplaces. In global terms, Mango closed the year with 2,566 stores in over 115 markets in all five continents.
Mango, one of Europe’s leading fashion groups, is a global company with design, creativity and technology at the centre of its business model, and a strategy based on constant innovation, the search for sustainability and a complete ecosystem of channels and partners. Founded in Barcelona in 1984, the company closed 2022 with a turnover of 2.688 billion euros, with 36% of its business originating from its online channel and with a presence in over 115 markets. More information at mangofashiongroup.com