A good airport read

Passengers at Taiwan's Taoyuan International Airport can now take advantage of the world's first airport e-library.The English and Chinese language collection is available to read in the airport via thirty devices.  The books cannot be downloaded onto users' devices or taken away which must surely lead to some people having to leave behind a good cliffhanger so they can board their plane.The service is run by the airport's duty free shop.  (This sounds like a set-up for a good joke.  Clever responses to that statement, including cringeworthy puns are welcomed.)