Gary Scattergood
Oct 21, 2015

Hong Kong airport puts advertising concession out to tender

Hong Kong - The Airport Authority of Hong Kong is inviting tenders from media companies for the advertising concession at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA).

The new deal will begin in Q2 2016
The new deal will begin in Q2 2016

The airport, which serves 180 global destinations, including 47 cities on the Chinese mainland, achieved record passenger numbers of 63.3 million in 2014.

According to the airport authority, “the advertising concession will offer extensive and innovative advertising spaces at strategic locations in the airport’s terminals and outdoor areas.”

JCDecaux has managed advertising sales for the airport since it opened in 1998.

The deal is placed under JCDecaux affiliate Media Partners International Ltd, while still being marketed under the name ‘JCDecaux Transport’.

Tender documents are now available and the deadline for submissions is December 1.

 

 

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