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New play areas at the airport in partnership with Liseberg

2013-12-19, kl. 12:53

As a Christmas present to every child (and parent), Göteborg Landvetter Airport in partnership with Liseberg Amusement Park is opening nine new play areas at the airport. Sorting baggage, serving coffee, chopping vegetables or counting foreign currencies – these are some of the things children can do at the different stations featuring video screens that have now opened at Göteborg Landvetter.

“Obviously, we believe every child who flies from our airport should have fun when they are here. If children have a good time, then their parents do too. That means there is a much better chance of a good start or end to their journey,” says Charlotte Ljunggren, airport director at Göteborg Landvetter Airport.

The screens, which offer a total of five games, are located in nine different places at the airport – two in the domestic departure hall, five in the international departure hall, one in the international arrival hall and one in the hall for arrivals from countries not included in the Schengen Area.

For the next step, in early 2014 Liseberg will have an even greater presence at the airport when a play area with familiar features from the amusement park will be set up near the baggage carrousel in the international arrival hall. 

“At Liseberg, we are proud to be part of the ambitious development at Göteborg Landvetter Airport. It is our hope that the new play area will give all children a taste of everything fun that Gothenburg has to offer and a positive memory for everyone leaving the city,” says Andreas Andersen, chief executive of Liseberg.

“It is really great to be able to take a number of steps in partnership with Liseberg to create something fun for children as well as an even better environment at the airport. Liseberg is one of our region’s strongest brands and is associated with positive expectations, which is also the ambition that Göteborg Landvetter is working to achieve,” says Ms Ljunggren.

Göteborg Landvetter Airport works systematically to elevate the passenger experience at the airport. Along with refurbishments of the international security checkpoint and international departure hall, with 1,000 square metres of new space for shopping and restaurants, the recent work includes elements of design, art, music and learning environments, all to create an environment that passengers enjoy and to give them a positive travel experience. The airport has partnerships with organisations such as the GIBCA Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra in order to highlight the region’s offerings and create exciting attractions at the airport.