Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Gothenburg, Sweden - Apr 19, 2016 - Sweden’s leading airport operator Swedavia have partnered with leading destination content provider ArrivalGuides to integrate destination content on the websites of the 10 Swedish airports (including Stockholm and Gothenburg) they operate.
Swedavia has launched destination pages for all their airports as well as all outgoing destinations. Through ArrivalGuides´s API, Swedavia now provides their millions of travelers with a rich selection of multimedia and destination content, accessible to travelers via a page with all the destinations – www.swedavia.com/arlanda/flightinformation/destinations/.
Each destination contains updated recommendations from the Official Tourist Bureaus for Do & See as well as Essential Information section, but more segments will be launched in the future.
“We see a strong trend that airports are more and more extending the range of content on their websites and including destination content. The Swedavia implementation is an excellent example of how to use destination content to provide that little extra to an airport’s website visitors,” says ArrivalGuides CEO Magnus Aideborn.
The ArrivalGuides destination content covers more than 550 destinations and includes over 35.000 updated POIs as well as destination videos. Along with Genève Aéroport, Airport Nürnberg, and Milan-Malpensa Airports, Swedavia Group of airports will now make use of content supplied by ArrivalGuides to increase traveler engagement and satisfaction.
For more information, please contact:
Magnus Aideborn, CEO ArrivalGuides, +46-76-852 66 44, email@example.com
Swedavia press contact, tel: +46-10-10 90 100, firstname.lastname@example.org
ArrivalGuides is the world’s largest distributor of destination content. Over 340 partners are using our library of destination information to improve customer interaction, experience, loyalty and transactions with their brand. ArrivalGuides represents more than 550 destinations and official tourist boards, who manage their own destination information in our simple content management system.
Swedavia owns, operates and develops a network of ten Swedish airports. Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Göteborg Landvetter Airport have the most passengers. The company, which is wholly owned by the Swedish State, was formed in 2010 when airport operations that previously belonged to Luftfartsverket (LFV) were converted into a limited liability company.