Indian Travel Retail on the rise
Empowered customer
and airport’s response
They want different services
1. Personal / Privacy / no demand for service
2. Recognition / special service expectation
3....
Question 1
• What is the demand & travel pattern of future
passenger
- what will the travel experience
- what is the deman...
Question 2
• How do we define our industry / our service
- where do we look (brands/operator/airport)
- Are we agile enoug...
a combined question
from these 2 stories
Are we ready to implement the services for
tomorrow passengers to best satisfy th...
Bangalore- the gateway to south India
• Vision
• Passenger increase (operational efficiency)
• India’s Aerospace Hub
• Ind...
Source : Thoughtworks
Bangalore Airport
Region/Traffic (Mn.) Domestic International Total
South India 42.41 21.22 63.63
North India 40.72 14.84 ...
A look in our passengers
Source : Thoughtworks
Source : Thoughtworks
Source : Thoughtworks
New Customer
• E-commerce is becoming a dominant channel
- modern retail from 17% to 13% between 2013 to 2019,
e-commerce ...
BIAL response
Upcoming T2
HOTEL
T1
T2
PARKING
PARKING
PARKING
FORECOURTT1-T2 RAIL STATION
BIAL response
• Complete self-service competency
• 360 degree information (self-empowerment)
• Re-defining the space itsel...
Source : Thoughtworks
BIAL commercial
Aeronautical /
Cargo Fuel
Non-Aeronautical/
Commercial
BIAL commercial
Retail
Food &
Beverage
Lounges
Landside
Advertising &
Promotions
BIAL commercial
International,
61.2%Domestic, 18.2%
Kerbside, 5.2%
Landside, 15.4%
BIAL Duty-free
LiquorTobacco
Perfumery
Accessories
Fashion
Food
others
Technology
Souvenirs
Indian Travel Retail
• Rapidly growing market with increasing travelers
- In-India TR or By-India TR
- cheaper tickets to ...
Future of Indian Travel Retail
• #1 outlets and ‘a center of shopping’
• Size will up-grade the quality
• Aviation will be...
Challenge
• Infra to meet the upcoming demand (tangible
/ intangible)
• Changing of perception (quality / price)
• How to ...
Commercial Strategy
• Engage
- present strong story points
- increase communication & trust
• Explore
- new concept / pop-...
Future travelers at BIAL
• Airport’s value proposition to ;
- global shoppers
- concessionaire (commercial operator)
- bra...
Thank you
Sang Joon AHN
VP-Commercial
Bangalore International Airport Limited
ahn@bialairport.com
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  1. 1. Indian Travel Retail on the rise Empowered customer and airport’s response
  2. 2. They want different services 1. Personal / Privacy / no demand for service 2. Recognition / special service expectation 3. Fairness
  3. 3. Question 1 • What is the demand & travel pattern of future passenger - what will the travel experience - what is the demanded service - what implication for commercial performance
  4. 4. Question 2 • How do we define our industry / our service - where do we look (brands/operator/airport) - Are we agile enough - What is our specific value proposition in our holistic offering
  5. 5. a combined question from these 2 stories Are we ready to implement the services for tomorrow passengers to best satisfy their commercial expectation and demand? - are we capable - are we committed - are we smart enough
  6. 6. Bangalore- the gateway to south India • Vision • Passenger increase (operational efficiency) • India’s Aerospace Hub • India’s one of largest Consumer Market • Cosmopolitan Culture • Over 688 Multinational Companies • Home of 87 Global Fortune 500 companies
  7. 7. Source : Thoughtworks
  8. 8. Bangalore Airport Region/Traffic (Mn.) Domestic International Total South India 42.41 21.22 63.63 North India 40.72 14.84 55.56 West India 38.7 12.81 51.51 East India 15.48 1.99 17.47 Total 137.31 50.86 188.17 Bengaluru (FY 2014-15) 12.47 2.93 15.40 BIAL is 3rd Largest (Overall Traffic) Airport in the Country - Privatized airport - Emerging market - Regional airport
  9. 9. A look in our passengers Source : Thoughtworks
  10. 10. Source : Thoughtworks
  11. 11. Source : Thoughtworks
  12. 12. New Customer • E-commerce is becoming a dominant channel - modern retail from 17% to 13% between 2013 to 2019, e-commerce from 2% to 11% (source : mint) - India has 353 million internet users (only 20% of population) - Indian e-commerce USD 60 billion in 5 years (source : edaily) • New customer means empowered customer - more information - higher demand - instant voice
  13. 13. BIAL response
  14. 14. Upcoming T2 HOTEL T1 T2 PARKING PARKING PARKING FORECOURTT1-T2 RAIL STATION
  15. 15. BIAL response • Complete self-service competency • 360 degree information (self-empowerment) • Re-defining the space itself • Holistic design of total journey
  16. 16. Source : Thoughtworks
  17. 17. BIAL commercial Aeronautical / Cargo Fuel Non-Aeronautical/ Commercial
  18. 18. BIAL commercial Retail Food & Beverage Lounges Landside Advertising & Promotions
  19. 19. BIAL commercial International, 61.2%Domestic, 18.2% Kerbside, 5.2% Landside, 15.4%
  20. 20. BIAL Duty-free LiquorTobacco Perfumery Accessories Fashion Food others Technology Souvenirs
  21. 21. Indian Travel Retail • Rapidly growing market with increasing travelers - In-India TR or By-India TR - cheaper tickets to boost 21.13% increase in July 2015 • Price sensitive market - Early stage of TR (shopping will become an integral part) - But brands loyalty is also growing • Customer perception / behavior - 96% look for info before shopping (76% by online) Source : Mint
  22. 22. Future of Indian Travel Retail • #1 outlets and ‘a center of shopping’ • Size will up-grade the quality • Aviation will be the dominant travel pattern • More out-bound international / leisure travels • Diverse brands and medium market products will expand
  23. 23. Challenge • Infra to meet the upcoming demand (tangible / intangible) • Changing of perception (quality / price) • How to make customers stand & move in commercial zone (paradox of bookshop) • Winners are price & choice diversity
  24. 24. Commercial Strategy • Engage - present strong story points - increase communication & trust • Explore - new concept / pop-up displays - experiential products / kind & speedy service (Subway) • Excite - Ambience, active promotion, combined suggestions - product of month / must-buy items
  25. 25. Future travelers at BIAL • Airport’s value proposition to ; - global shoppers - concessionaire (commercial operator) - brands (product developer) • Ways to ; - ommi-channel - travel & shopping curation - data sharing / pre-order / real-time exchange / door-to-door
  26. 26. Thank you Sang Joon AHN VP-Commercial Bangalore International Airport Limited ahn@bialairport.com

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