Aeroexpress sells 30 percent more tickets in Q1 2014
Electronic tickets accounted for 6.2 percent of total tickets purchased, representing an increase of 1.8 percent over the year before.
The use of electronic tickets is on the rise due to their efficiency, reliability and simplicity, as demonstrated by the demand for express train tickets.
Of the 211,000 electronic tickets sold, 40 percent were purchased online, 19 percent were purchased with the free Aeroexpress app, 30 percent were through sites and agents and 11 percent were purchased at turnstiles.
The mobile application works for iOS, Android and Windows phones. This is also believed to have increased sales of electronic tickets. The app currently has more than 370,000 downloads.
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