Entertaining the masses: these airports step up their games for passengers
These entertainment offerings at airports around the world help travelers beat terminal boredom and improve the airport-end of the passenger experience.
July 13, 2015 By Apex
At Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, enthusiasts settle into motion-based seats and experience virtual 3-D ride adventures intensified by sound, wind and lighting effects in the world’s first airport 6-D XD theater.
By virtue of visionary technology, those traveling through Munich International Airport during its annual Surf & Style event, can “hang 10” in the world’s largest artificial standing wave.
Seoul’s Incheon International Airport is home to the Ice Forest, the first skating rink to set up shop in an airport. Made of space-age synthetic ice, it keeps skaters dry and permits all-season use. | READ MORE