In New York’s LGA airport, tablets at boarding gates help improve the waiting experience as people can play games, check flight information, and have snacks delivered to them.
In New York’s La Guardia airport, which is home to Delta Air Lines, iPads have been installed at boarding gates in Terminal D to help improve the waiting experience. The areas have been renovated with with rows of high tables and bar-style stools that offer people the opportunity to sit and use the complimentary tablets.
Passengers waiting for their flights can can play games, browse the internet, watch videos, check flight information, and even order food to their seats from the iPads. If they enter their flight number into the device, it will alert them to any updates or changes. Concession company OTG Management began rolling out the renovations at La Guardia earlier this year. The Wall Street Journal reports:
With its planned expansion to Delta Terminal C, the company will have a total of 2,000 tablets available at La Guardia… It’s planning a 2,500 iPad rollout in Delta’s Concourse G in Minneapolis and another 2,500 at Terminals 1 and 3 in Toronto in areas used by multiple airlines.