Delta deploys iPads for passengers at MSP Airport
250 iPads are being deployed by Delta Air Lines in MSP Airport’s Concourse G as part of the airline’s plan to improve the passenger experience.
Delta Air Lines is deploying 250 iPads at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport as part of its strategy to enhance the passenger experience. The iPads will be located in three new restaurants in Concourse G.
Passengers will be able to order food via the iPads and also use them to browse the Web, check emails and social media accounts, and check their flight status.
Bill Lentsch, Delta’s Senior VP – Minnesota Operations, said: “Delta is following through on our commitment to invest in our Minneapolis-St. Paul hub by improving the airport experience with these truly unique amenities.
“These enhancements on the ground coupled with our inflight investments such as installing full flatbed seats in BusinessElite and Wi-Fi on more than 800 aircraft, make for a unique travelling experience on Delta that no other carrier can match.”
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