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Belfast International Airport ups its game with addition of JD

Posted 24 August 2017 · Add Comment

Sports retailer JD is the latest addition to the retail portfolio at Belfast International Airport following on from the introduction of a successful 'pop-up' outlet to coincide with the Euro 2016 football tournament.

The new 1,844 sq ft JD outlet will employ eight staff and is situated in the departures area.  Offering a wide range of sports clothing, footwear and accessories JD is also the official partner of the Irish Football Association (IFA) so is the only place to get your replica Northern Ireland football kit.

Cliona McDonnell, Marketing at JD said: "JD are delighted to expand their portfolio and open up a permanent store at Belfast International Airport, following the success story of our pop-up store at the airport last year to support Euro 2016"

Belfast International Airport’s Commercial Manager Deirdre Graffin said, “JD is a great addition to the airport’s increasing retail offer and we are delighted to welcome them back to the airport.

We know from customer feedback that JD is a brand that will be popular with our passengers.  With such a wide range of products available at great value prices we are sure the new outlet will be a great success with the 5.6 million passengers that are due to travel from Belfast International Airport this year.

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