By  on December 19, 2018

PARIS — Seeking to better tap into the trail of fortune offered by tourist flows, Aeroports de Paris, the operator of Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports on the outskirts of the French capital, is upgrading its commercial retail offer.

“We have small, human-sized terminals with, in each case, ambitious projects in terms of architectural design that reflects Paris in both the offer and the experience,” explained Mathieu Daubert, customer division director of the company, on a recent visit to Charles de Gaulle, the largest airport in the Paris region. The executive pointed to a ceiling that presided over stands of makeup and perfumes stamped Chanel, L’Occitane and Clarins — it was decorated to emulate the ironwork of the Eiffel Tower, with rows of spotlights embedded into the curved grids.

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