If you are flying to or from South Africa and are in need of a book you can now pick one up for free at the airport.
Cape Town International airport has opened it's first book exchange centre for readers who still enjoy traditional books.
Travellers have long been using book exchanges in cafes and restaurants across the globe, but now there's a library dedicated to the honest exchange of books.
Called the Flybrary, it's been installed at Cape Town International airport and allows passengers to swap their finished book for a new one.
"It's a long trip from the United States. I finished my book. I finished a couple of movies too, so I thought I'd stop in and see if I could exchange a book out," says American tourist Mac Stone.
The flybrary has a wide range of different titles from maths and literacy to gardening. Stone says the advantage of having a book exchange in an international airport is the range of books that travellers leave behind.
"You have all these different cultures all the different people clashing and coming together so its really a great resource to come and drop off your books that you interested in and picking something that someone else is interested in, its a great, idea, great concept."
"So when we came in we saw this, we went there, we've never seen it before, we've never seen it anywhere in the world and its a great idea, if I had a book in my car I would come back and bring a book and take another one, its great," says Dutch tourist, Hans Bouwman.
While there has been a reported sales dip of up to 25% due to the popularity of the flybrary, the public and airport staff are being urged to generously donate books.
So if you flying to Cape Town, South Africa pop by the Flybrary to swap your finished book.
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