Hudson, an operator of more than 1,000 airport convenience stores in North America, has signed a 10-year contract extension with Ontario International Airport.
The agreement is the latest in a multi-year pact between the airport and the New Jersey-based company, according to a statement released today.
Contract terms were not disclosed.
Hudson maintains seven stores at the airport, two of which are scheduled for conversion to the company’s “shop-in-shop” format later this year. Those stores will have more inventory and three check-out options, among other amenities not found at a regular Hudson store.
“We are excited to expand our relationship with Hudson and to bring the Evolve concept to Ontario International Airport,” said Alan D. Warner, president of the Ontario International Airport Authority, in the statement. “One of the great things about flying into and out of Ontario International is the convenient experience our travelers are able to enjoy, and we believe this new shop-in-shop retail format aligns with that.”
Hudson has operated at Ontario International since 2017, the year after Ontario assumed control of the property from Los Angeles World Airports.
Ontario International accommodates more than 5.5 million passengers annually, according to the statement.