Travellers waiting for a domestic flight in Concourse A won’t be able to buy duty-free, of course, but there is a trendy istore (Gate 47), which sells Apple consumer electronics, to help pass the time. It stocks ipods, chargers, cables, docking stations, portable speakers, cases and headphones. Check out the company’s website, , for a full rundown of what is on you thought Bentley was a classic British car manufacturer, think again. It is also the name of Canada’s largest luggage retailer with over 350 stores nationwide including one outlet at Gate 1 of Concourse A. It sells a wide range of luggage, handbags, hats, gloves and leather in the international Concourse B we particularly like the Les Délices de Érable outlet at Gate 52, which is a boutique entirely dedicated to maple syrup-based products. As well as pure organic maple syrup, which keeps well and contains beneficial minerals such as potassium, magnesium and calcium, you will find flavoured syrups (blueberries, cranberries and rum), as well as vinaigrettes, mustards, maple butter, cookies and maple teas. There are even maple syrup-based beauty products. See for more details.