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TripAdvisor launches dedicated airport pages, reviewing 200 hubs


Ten Aussie airports among those to be reviewed

Aiming to inform travellers of what to do, where to eat and where to stay at 200 major airports across the globe, TripAdvisor has launched its new dedicated airport pages.

 

Image: Changi Airport Group

 

TripAdvisor’s airport pages will feature reviews, ratings and other information about hotels, restaurants and attractions in public and airside areas as well as airport amenities including duty free stores, boutiques and lounges.

 

“Over 3.1 billion travellers pass through airports each year with the average traveller spending 150 minutes of airport dwell time from arriving at the terminal to the doors of the plane closing at the gate2,” TripAdvisor global product senior vice president Adam Medros said.

 

“With the launch of airport pages, not only will travellers have access to airport information at their fingertips, but businesses will also be able to market themselves directly to travellers worldwide searching on TripAdvisor.”

 

After taking the prize for the world’s best airport at the World Airport Awards earlier this year, Singapore’s Changi Airport will be the first hub to feature on the pages, with hundreds of its amenities listed on the website.

 

Along with major hubs like John F. Kennedy International Airport and London Heathrow Airport, which will be launched in July 2015, ten Australian hubs will appear on TripAdvisor’s airport pages including those in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Cairns, Canberra, Gold Coast, Launceston and Townsville.

 

TripAdvisor airport pages will be available on all 45 TripAdvisor sites and in 28 languages globally and on the TripAdvisor mobile app.

 


Written by: Mark Harada
Published: 24 June 2015


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