New Store | Flying Tiger Copenhagen

A Scandinavian chain store opens its first shop in Aberdeen

Popular global Danish design store Flying Tiger Copenhagen opened in the Trinity Centre earlier this month.

The store, which occupys the unit formerly taken by clothes store Quiz, specialises in quirky products.

It sells often brightly coloured products, ranging from party items, home decor and kids’ toys to gadget gear, gift options and design pieces.

Launched in Copenhagen in 1995 under its original name of Tiger, the company now has more than 700 shops in 30 different countries.

The first store in the UK was opened in 2005 in Basingstoke.

Currently embarking on an expansion plan in the country, the company already has more than 80 stores across the UK.

Aberdeen will be the sixth Flying Tiger store to open in Scotland, with others located in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling and Dundee.

Linda Stewart, general manager of the Trinity Centre, said she is delighted the new store is opening.

“We are thrilled to see Flying Tiger finally opening a store in Aberdeen.
“We look forward to welcoming customers who know of the brand and are excited about their arrival, as well as introducing Flying Tiger to new fans in Aberdeen.

The store opened on Saturday 19th August.

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