Edinburgh Airport goes online with SurfBox
SurfBox are delighted to announce that as of the 19th December 2011, SurfBox Internet Kiosks and printers will be fully operational at Edinburgh Airport. SurfBox Internet Kiosks will install 30 kiosks both landside and airside at Edinburgh Airport, providing reliable internet access to both business and leisure passengers. In addition, 6 printers will allow passengers to print a variety of documents from boarding passes, Microsoft documents to maps and travel itineraries. SurfBox will provide 24/7 access to internet and printing services to the nine million passengers who pass through the airport annually.
SurfBox have been continually expanding their presence across the airport sector, supplying internet kiosks to Ireland’s three main airports. In the UK, Edinburgh Airport will be the 8th airport in the portfolio, joining Cardiff, Durham, Doncaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Jersey and Guernsey Airports.
“The contract with Edinburgh Airport is a very exciting development for the company and we are delighted to be working with the team there. Reliable internet access and printing solutions has never been so important for airport passengers so we endeavour to provide a top class service to meet the needs of the passengers at Edinburgh Airport,” said Thomas Marry, Managing Director at SurfBox.
The Kilkenny based company, now operate in over 750 internet kiosks across Ireland, the UK, France and Belgium in the travel, hospitality and commercial industries, providing pay as you go internet access to over 5,000 surfers each day.