New changes to Sweden’s airport websites

Swedavia places focus on shopping, food and services
An update of Swedavia’s ten airport websites has been launched, which the operator says includes “improved shopping options and a clearer presentation of the range of services” on offer to passengers.
The focus is on simplicity, user-friendliness and improved mobile navigation, Swedavia stresses. One of the key changes is the possibility to search for a flight on the right on the homepage.
Another change is navigation so that “passengers can be inspired and find current special offers as well as explore the entire range of shopping, food and beverage options, and other services”.
There is also an easier set-up to pre-book parking, hire a rental car or book a hotel on the airports’ homepage. In December, further new features will be introduced.
TTG Nordic

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