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‘Michael Kors’ store opens at Istanbul Atatürk Airport

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Michael Kors

The largest duty free operator of Turkey, Atu Duty Free presents world-renowned “Michael Kors” brand at Istanbul Atatürk Airport. “Michael Kors” store is open on International Terminal Departures Floor within Istanbul Ataturk Airport. Award-winning designer products are presented to the passengers at the store of 113 square meters.

ATU General Manager Ersan Arcan stated: “ATU always runs a business model which is committed to customer satisfaction. We have always placed the needs and expectations of our passengers in focus. It is of high importance for us to have a brand like Micheal Kors, which has a rapid growth recently with its awarded designs, under the roof of ATU. We are glad to offer the preferred brands to our customers".

Micheal Kors, which has been a preferred brand thanks to its rapid growth in the last 30 years, unites grace and sportive elegance with its awarded designs. Serving in 95 countries, Michael Kors now offers its latest designs to the passengers under the body of ATU.

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