Airport to offer Google Maps app for Android | Shopping & Services
ATLANTA -- Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is now one of the first airports in the world to give passengers access to indoor maps through a partnership with Google Maps.
The maps are available to Android users who have connections to their mobile devices. Customers can use the tool to see the airport's floor plan and layout, which gives them time and freedom to explore the more than 250 retails outlets, restaurants, kiosks and duty-free shops.
"We are excited to partner with Google as they launch their indoor map navigation application, which will benefit Hartsfield-Jackson customers," said airport general manager Louis Miller. "To us, good wayfinding means the customer never has to ask for directions and easily can find a restaurant, a gate or the nearest restroom."
Android users who are interested in the new application must update Google Maps on their phones or desktops.
For more information, visit maps.google.com/starthere.