Philip Morris is putting a lot of effort behind its IQOS Heets Not Burn smoking system. However, availability is still limited. PMI’s website shows the domestic locations where they sell Heets, but there’s only a passing reference to Duty Free.
I’ve received quite a lot of questions about the Duty Free availability of IQOS Heets. So as of January, I’ve started to contact major airports to find out if they carry the product.
Since my last update on IQOS in March, there haven’t been very many changes in the airports I track. Paris CDG has listed the brand although they didn’t communicate the price. And, surprisingly, London Heathrow and Gatwick have dropped the price to £40 per carton, from £42 and £50, respectively.
|Airport||Currency||Local Price||FX Rate||USD Price|
|Hong Kong||Not sold|
|Kuala Lumpur||Not sold|
|Moscow Domodedovo||Not sold|
|Paris CDG||No price given|
|Rome||No price given|
|US Airports||Not sold|
|Warsaw||No price given|
Exchange rates: XE.com; 18-Nov-2019
By the way, the €20.00 Moscow Shermetyevo price is not a typo. That’s what they confirmed to me in writing.
Lufthansa and Easy Jet are the only airlines I know of which carry Heets.