Interchange and Gdansk Airport agree ten-year contract renewal to provide currency exchange services

Poland

Interchange and Gdansk Airport agree ten-year contract renewal to provide currency exchange services

The Polish Interchange team is pleased to announce that a ten-year contract extension has been signed between Gdansk Airport and Interchange to provide foreign exchange and ATM services at this, the third largest airport in Poland, with 4 million passengers passing through annually.

Interchange has been the sole provider of currency exchange services at the Gdansk airport since 2012, and currently it operates three branches and ATMs located in the most frequented areas at the T2 terminal.

‘We are delighted to be continuing to take care of the passengers at Gdansk Airport, and to be its one-stop currency shop, not just to sell or buy local currency, but also to refund VAT or send money abroad through Western Union’ said Lionel Coron, Managing Director of Interchange Poland.

This news comes fast on the heels of Interchange winning a tender at Wroclaw Airport, where it will be renewing its current lease agreement for another two years, starting lst December, 2016.  Wroclaw Airport handles around 2.5 million passengers annually, and trusts further Interchange for servicing them as its sole foreign exchange currencies partner.

Interchange is one of Poland’s main specialised foreign exchange providers, withbranches in Katowice, Gdansk and Wroclaw airports, as well as many prime locations in thepopular tourist cities right across the country.