Technology | December 19, 2019
Print magazines are still popular, however digital editions are taking flight — quite literally as Brussels Airlines is going digital, just in time for holiday travel.
Brussels Airlines is doing its part to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions switching to digital reading material for passengers. According to the airline, which takes 250 flights per day, digital alternatives impact weight which impacts CO2 emissions.
While Brussels Airlines is the latest to switch to digital reading, the airline is not the first. Simply Flying reports that both KLM and Finnair airlines have stopped providing in-flight print publications and instead opted for digital editions of flyer favorites. Additional airlines like Air Canada, Singapore Airlines and China Southern have also adopted digital in-flight entertainment.
An easy and convenient way to help do your part is to download your favorite digital magazines from Flipster before you take off this holiday season — or all year long.
An easy and convenient way to help do your part is to download your favorite digital magazines from Flipster® before you take off this holiday season — or all year long. Flipster offers many of the most sought after magazines in digital form — allowing you and your family to enjoy everything a magazine has to offer from your smartphones or tablets. Patrons can also try EBSCO Audiobooks, which feature an iOS and Android app for easy downloads ahead of travel.
Library patrons can access the enhanced Flipster iOS and Android apps available through Google Play and iTunes to download top magazines to read at home, on the go, or in the air. Additionally, app users can easily locate libraries nearby by enabling geolocation or searching by library name, postal code, city or state.
Request a free Flipster trial for your library to offer patrons access to an array of popular magazines including Time, People and Better Homes & Gardens.
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