Malaysia Airlines has found very interesting way for easy and comfortable information provision to its clients. There have appeared special ticket kiosks powered by iPads in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).

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The company will use iPad running its app MHmobile in 9 self-checkout kiosks. You can also install special app on your own iPad to avoid long checkout lines, overpriced food, crying babies and stale air. As shows the video, the app is very easy to use and it looks not bad. Its updates are simple: just download a new version of the app and voila.

According to statistics over 900 company clients use terminal every day for information search and official flight registration.

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