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7-Eleven to open at Göteborg Landvetter

2014-02-28, kl. 17:05

A 7-Eleven shop is now opening in the international departure hall at Göteborg Landvetter. Offering the finest view of the runway for take-offs and landings, the shop sells food, beverages and anything else people forgot to buy or just have to have before their departure.

With some 100 square metres of space, the shop offers a wide selection of hot and cold food and beverages, sweets and services that most of the chain’s 90 outlets in Sweden provide.

“With 7-Eleven, we now have an even broader offering at Göteborg Landvetter. It is important that our passengers also have an opportunity to choose fast, easy food options. 7-Eleven is known for its wide range of products when people do not have a lot of time, either before or after their flight,” says Charlotte Ljunggren, airport director at Göteborg Landvetter Airport.

“Our shops are for people on the go, so Göteborg Landvetter Airport is a natural environment for us to have a location in. We look forward to being able to offer all passengers at Göteborg Landvetter an ever wider selection of services and food,” says Kristian Dahlman at 7-Eleven.

The 7-Eleven shops in Sweden are operated under the franchise concept. 7-Eleven, together with the Pressbyrån chain of newsstands, make up Reitan Convenience Sweden AB.  7-Eleven is owned by the Norwegian group Reitangruppen AS.

The 7-Eleven shop at Göteborg Landvetter will be inaugurated on March 11. Today there are a total of 15 shops and 13 restaurants/cafés at Göteborg Landvetter Airport.