LONDON — Retail is landing at Heathrow Airport in a big way.
On March 30, British Airport Authority's Terminal 5 is set to make its debut, and the space is rapidly shaping up as a major retail destination. Harrods will launch an 11,000-square-foot airport department store in the building, while Paul Smith will unveil Globe, which will have a music section and a reading room, as well as clothing and furniture.The terminal also will contain Prada's first store in a European airport, Tiffany & Co.'s first store in a U.S. or European airport and the return to European airport retailing of Coach. Other brands in the terminal will include Mulberry, Thomas Pink and Links of London.
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