New WiFi service launched at Luton
Tags: Cardiff Airport, London Luton Airport, Spectrum Interactive, WiFi
A new pay-as-you-go WiFi service has been launched at London Luton Airport.
Luton Airport has signed a deal with Spectrum Interactive to provide the wireless internet access in its public areas.
Cardiff Airport will also offer the pay-as-you-go service in its public areas after signing a deal with the provider.
Business and leisure travellers alike will be able to take advantage of the seamless and always-on connectivity.
Passengers with iPass, Boingo and Skype Access accounts have added flexibility due to roaming agreements.
London Luton Airport is one of the largest airports in the UK and carried almost nine million passengers in 2010. A number of airlines fly to more than 90 destinations in Europe, Africa and Asia from the airport.
Jo Fyfe, London Luton Airport spokesperson said, “Reliability, speed, ease-of-use and good support were of utmost importance when specifying a new WiFi service and Spectrum has delivered. The service provides an excellent user experience across all mobile devices.”
Daniel Gray, director of Spectrum’s travel division, said: “We are very pleased to have London Luton and Cardiff Airport on board. Like our airport partners, we see WiFi as a major contributing factor to passenger satisfaction and therefore strive to offer a best-in-class solution which helps enhance the overall travel experience.”
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