Sri Lankan airports move reading online

shutterstock_188866292 announced it has signed deals with Bandaranaike International Airport and Jaffna International Airport in Sri Lanka to offer passengers a paperless digital reading experience at the airport.

Magzter’s partnership with the Airport and Aviation Services Sri Lanka Limited enables passengers to access 8,000 magazines, newspapers, journals and comics for free while they are in the airport. Passengers can download the Magzter app from the Apple Store or Google Play to get free unlimited reading access within these geo-fenced zones, eliminating the need for a subscription.

While Magzter’s extensive catalogue features several regional Sri Lankan favourites like Business Today, Lanka Woman, Explore Sri Lanka, Sirikatha, Lankadeepa, Divaina, Daily Mirror and The Island, it also provides an exciting array of content for travellers from key tourist-inflow countries to Sri Lanka, including India, UK, USA, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. By encouraging millions of people to read digitally across the globe, Magzter has so far saved tens of thousands of trees and other natural resources, thereby playing an active role in fostering the “Go Green” initiative.


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