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Airlikes.com launches airlines reviews on mobile phones

Don’t know what to do while waiting at the airport? New mobile Airlikes website is now released at mobile.airlikes.com and enables travellers to easily check out airlines and airports reviews and to post their own with their smartphones from any location.

Airlikes.com, the airlines and airports reviews website, announced that it released the mobile version of its website.

As mobile web use in the UK is on the increase (+78% between May 2009 and May 2010), it had become absolutely necessary for Airlikes to optimize its website’s content for british users that browse the Internet from their smartphones and particularly when they are travellers spending hours in airports and airplanes.

British business travellers or leisure passengers will now be able to check out reviews on British Airways, Easyjet, bmi or hundreds of other airlines, and post their own with their mobile device and rate the airline they’ve just flown with while waiting for their luggage at Heathrow Airport’s baggage delivery, for example.

The new mobile website provides convenient access to online functions such as airlines information, news and customer reviews, airport travellers’ reviews, hotels and flights searches. Users can also sign up to be part of Airlikes community and receive the weekly newsletter.

The mobile version is available at Mobile.Airlikes.com and the full version of the site remains at Airlikes.com. However, the system will detect whether the visitor uses a mobile device or not and automatically redirect to the appropriate site.

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