When travelers enter an airport, they have their mobile devices in hand. They may be texting, updating their social media accounts, emailing their itinerary to loved ones, or accessing their boarding passes through an airline app. It’s the way of the world now. We’ve all become habitual multi-taskers, and the aviation industry, like many others, is scrambling to align itself with the evolving needs of its customers. With an estimated 90 million passengers passing through its terminals each year, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. In a high traffic hub such as this, the task of keeping millions of passengers satisfied at any given time can be challenging. For some, the time spent in transition from point A to point B can be stressful, and the need for convenience is more pressing than ever before. Today’s savvy travelers are seeking solitude in technology, and aviation companies are working to keep up with the advancements. Here are five technological trends that are making the air travel experience a lot less cumbersome for today’s passengers.