Duty Free Shop airport | DME | Moscow Domodedovo International
DME | Moscow Domodedovo International
At present this country does not permit Duty Free on arrival. But, you can buy your duty free on departure from this airport. Almost all international airports have duty and tax-free outlets where you can shop in the departure lounge for your outbound journey. Some countries like Canada and Japan are studying the introduction of arrival duty free shopping as it will bring new revenues to airports and also avoid the confusion encountered by travellers with the transit of liquids on aircraft.
Already, Bermuda, Jamaica and Grenada have introduced arrivals shops in their baggage claim areas of their airport terminals, the terminal arrival shops in the main Swiss airports are now open too.
In Europe (EU Member States), some airports now have arrival shops and even though these airport stores are not duty free (as this is not allowed within the European Community), prices are good and shopping at arrival is convenient. Convenience and Food Operators like Spar, 7-Eleven, Marks & Spencer and Tescos are also opening more shops in the baggage claim and arrival areas, as are news outlets like WH Smith or Hudson News.
Many airports are introducing online pre-order duty free shopping, using a similar method to car-hire bookings. Within the next few years you will be able to pre-order goods from your computer or smartfone before you travel and just collect the goods on your departure or after arrival. Many airlines already have this facility and later this year we will introduce a global airline inflight catalogue site where you can browse the goods and pre-order for delivery during your flight.
The airline carry-on baggage rules and charges can also be confusing for travelers, you can find the basic rules in our customs section, but shopping when you arrive or inflight, removes these security problems for passengers.
This Country is not a member state of the European Union