Mobile solutions are extremely popular at Frankfurt Airport

01/20/2012 | Travel Daily News International (Greece)

A recent study shows that more than one in three visitors to Germany's Frankfurt Airport have used mobile technology for boarding passes and real-time flight information. Officials note that accessibility is the key since surveys show that 84% of business and first-class passengers rely heavily on their smartphone. "If it's readily available passengers will use it," said Boris Padovan, SITA's regional vice president for East and Central Europe.

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