Aviator signs Oneworld deal

LONDON - Aviator, the airport and in-flight division of outdoor agency Kinetic, has devised a range of touch-screen travel information and phone and laptop charging facilities at European airports to target frequent flyers.

Oneworld, the alliance between 10 major airlines, including BA, American Airlines and Qantas, has signed a pan-European deal to back the facilities.

Touch-screen travel stations will provide information from Lonely Planet guide books at Amsterdam Schiphol, Brussels, Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa airports. They will feature information on eating, sleeping, working and entertainment in their respective cities.

Charging stations will be available for mobile phones and laptops in the departure areas of Amsterdam Schiphol and Brussels airports.

The campaign and concept was devised for Oneworld by Aviator. Sally Emms, managing director of Aviator, said the media platform will provide real benefit to travellers using the airports. The technology was provided by Imagination.

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