Historically, they've been allowed duty-free goods
because they have to do a certain amount of entertaining.
Now the Single Market exists, there is no good reason why you should be able to buy duty-free goods
if you are travelling by plane from Paris to Glasgow or London to Marseilles.
They warned they will take action if workers refuse to carry out normal duties - including giving public annoucements and selling duty-free goods
Intelligence reports that Iraq could be planning to flood the West with anthrax hidden in duty-free goods
was received 13 days before the Government issued an alorts warning.
Day-trip passengers to France can buy duty-free goods
on both journeys and also pick up cheap wine and beer at the hypermarkets.
But the group is "very actively" examining the ways in which it can replace revenue from the sale of duty-free goods
when this disappears next year.
The abolition of duty-free goods
in Europe next year will cost 23,000 UK jobs, cut the number of tourists and increase travel charges by pounds 14 a visit, a new report claimed yesterday.
The airline said that, for this contract, the airline seeks well-established and highly experienced organisations for the sale of duty-free goods
onboard its international routes.
1959: Two Scottish airports, Prestwick and Renfrew, became the first to offer duty-free goods
It is not a legal requirement for passengers to show their boarding cards when buying supposedly duty-free goods
- except from tobacco and alcohol - and many flyers are now reportedly refusing to show them.
Moscow warned Ukraine that signing a free trade agreement with the European Union could trigger an uncontrolled flow of duty-free goods
from Europe into the country, which would force Russia to take measures to protect its market.
Moscow warned Kiev that Ukraine's signing of the free trade agreement with the European Union could trigger an uncontrolled flow of duty-free goods
from Europe, forcing Russia to protect its market.