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Abu Dhabi International Airport rolls out ‘Super-Fi’ internet connectivity

Posted 31 December 2018 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Airports has announced its airport-wide roll out of ‘Super-Fi’ that will increase internet upload and download speeds to a maximum of 200 mbps per user at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH).

 

The Super-Fi internet access, which is among the fastest airport Wi-Fi services in the world, has been installed and tested throughout all three terminals. It will now provide millions of travelers with improved online connectivity.

Internet access is free for public use throughout AUH terminals, allowing travelers to connect with family and friends upon arrival and prior to departure.

The move comes as part of Abu Dhabi Airports’ commitment to enhanced passenger experiences, as well as its journey of digitalisation and innovation.

Chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, Bryan Thompson, said: “We understand just how important WiFi has become to the travelling public. At Abu Dhabi Airports, we value our customers first and foremost, placing a primary focus on their experiences while coming and going from the UAE’s capital. Access to fast internet is a crucial factor that makes a big difference for our travelers. Providing our customers with enhanced connectively services is in line with our vision of becoming the world’s leading airports group.”

Thompson added: “We are proud to have rolled out “Super-Fi” across the entirety of Abu Dhabi International Airport, free for all of our travelers.  “Super-Fi” is not just WiFi, it is incredibly fast and reliable Wifi allowing our customers to keep in touch while using our fantastic facilities.  Technology is at the heart of our digital transformation strategy, and this improved internet infrastructure will open the door to further smart services and connected solutions.”

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