Gothenburg, Sweden (November 30, 2015) – ArrivalGuides warmly welcomes Milan-Malpensa Airport, the 2015 winner of the European “Best Airport” award, to the worldwide network of over 340 major travel brands. Heralded by ACI Europe (European airport operator association) as finest in the 10 to 25 million passenger category, Milan Airport has now made the executive decision to further increase traveler engagement by partnering up with ArrivalGuides – the leading supplier of destination content in the world.
Milan Airport currently enjoys direct access to a comprehensive, up-to-date library of information from over 550 global destinations via the ArrivalGuides API system. Using destination content supplied by official tourist boards, the airport is now able to boost travelers experiences by introducing high-quality destination content into its digital platform. With PDF guides integrated into the airport’s website in a user-friendly way, travelers will enjoy easy access to the latest essential information about their destination of choice.
Along with Geneva, Nuremberg and the Swedavia Group of airports, Milan-Malpensa will now make use of content supplied by ArrivalGuides to increase traveler engagement and satisfaction.
Magnus Aideborn, CEO of ArrivalGuides, said, “In recent years we have seen a shift in the way airports work to engage with travelers, focusing more on the overall user experience. We welcome Milano Airport to our growing network of distribution partners who are using our robust and frequently updated the library of destination content to provide customers and travelers with useful information about their next destination, increasing brand loyalty, bookings, and conversions.”
With all these innovations, the ViaMilano website plays a significant role in all stages of travelers journey, not only when booking a flight but also when looking for initial inspiration on where to go.
About Milan-Malpensa Airport
Milan-Malpensa is the largest airport in the Milan area and the main air hub of northern Italy, which serves regions of Lombardy, Piedmont, and Liguria. The airport is made up of two passenger terminals, as well as a separate cargo terminal “CargoCity”. Handling over 18 million people annually, Milan-Malpensa is currently Europe’s 28th busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic and is one of the top Italian international passenger airports along with Rome Fiumicino.