As we pointed out in our blog yesterday, more and more businesses use iPads in their business and Delta Air Lines just joined the bandwagon! They are deploying 250 iPads across three restaurants in the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

The three restaurants – namely the sandwich bar MinniBar, the French restaurant Mimosa and Japanese place Shoyu – are based in Concourse G. The iPads will let air travellers not only look through the menu and order food, but also check emails, brose the internet and check up on their social media such as Twitter and Facebook. On top of all that, passengers will also be able to check the status of their flights.

Other features on the tablets will let users play games, and use pre-loaded apps including Bloomberg News to watch news. For security reasons, all personal data, including login information, will be deleted every time users press the Home button or if the iPad is idle for two minutes.

Airlines have not only started to integrate iPads into airports, but also started using them as part of in-flight entertainment, electronic flight bag, or cabin crew assistance.

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