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Melbourne Airport claims that its new Terminal 4 will be home to over 30 retailers

Melbourne Airport claims that its new Terminal 4 will be home to over 30 retailers selling everything from staples such as coffee and newspapers to high fashion.

It promises that the line-up will provide a range of stylish shopping options and delicious dining experiences.

Expanding the airport shopping experience, T4 will be home to international fashion brands and iconic Melbourne names, catering for all tastes and budgets, says the airport.

And it reveals that the choice of retailers was carefully curated following in-depth customer feedback.

“We asked our customers what brands they wanted to see at the airport and we’re now delivering on their feedback, ensuring the range of retailers chosen for T4 delights travellers," says the airport's customer executive, Andrew Gardiner.

Reflecting Melbourne’s reputation as a leading fashion destination, Terminal 4 is set host a range of desirable clothing, accessory and beauty brands, including AMUSE Beauty Studio, Victoria’s Secret, C…

New CEO appointed at Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Airport has announced the appointment of Simon Gandy as its acting chief executive officer.

The appointment follows the departure of former CEO, Chris Woodruff, who officially left the role at the end of June.

Gandy has 25 years' experience within the aviation industry including senior leadership roles at Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

He joined Melbourne Airport in 2007 and after holding several senior executive leadership roles, most recenty as the Australian gateway's executive aeronautical.

As executive aeronautical, Gandy was responsible for growing and developing Melbourne Airport's aeronautical capacity, including attracting new airlines and new services to Victoria.

He comes onboard at a good time airport as, according to the airport, it continues to outperform Sydney Airport in terms of the growth in international passengers, recording a 6% rise in throughput this June compared to 2.8% in Sydney.

The increase, which amounted to nearly 40,000 extra pas…