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Aeroexpress to inform about lost things in social nets
16.07.2013 15:24
Aeroexpress to inform about lost things in social nets

Aeroexpress will publish information in its social networks about things lost or found on its trains, says the company in its press-release. The new Lost & Found service will soon be available on the company’s Insgram and Facebook accounts.


Twice a week, the company will post photos of things that have been lost and found, along with a brief description, on Aeroexpress’ official accounts on social networks. Such items include many valuable items, including documents, mobile phones, photos and cameras. The purported owner, upon recognising something he has lost, will need to send a message to the Aeroexpress Facebook account and describe the item in detail. If the description matches the features of the item found, the owner will receive instructions about where and when he or she can pick up the lost item. Most Aeroexpress passengers are modern young people and active Internet users. The company believes that distributing information about things lost and found via online resources is a more prospective way to find their owners as soon as possible.


Aeroexpress reports that the diversity of the lost things is amazing. People lose really valuable things, including phones, tablet PCs, and cameras. Passengers forget their suits on hangers, documents, and even air tickets.


Aeroexpress provides rail services between the capital and all of the major Moscow airports (Vnukovo, Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo).


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Moscow     

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