Construction of the outlet centre in Prague endangered

The construction of the largest outlet centre in the Czech Republic, that is now being built near Prague International Airport Ruzyne, is endangered. The airport Ruzyne is afraid that customers and tracks full of goods leading to the outlet centre will block the transport to the airport and therefore the travellers will miss their flights.

According to the spokeswoman of the airport, Eva Krejci, the outlet centre has to find another way to the centre, otherwise the airport won’t give a permission for the next construction of the outlet. On the other hand the investors, B. Consulting company, claim that there are more ways to the centre and that experience from other outlets shows only an occasional rise of transport.

The outlet centre will contain over 170 shops selling the collections of renown brands for only a small part of the original price. In front of the centre will be a parking place for 2,500 cars.

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