United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, SITA and Mexia discuss the opportunities presented to airlines and airports by Google’s Eddystone beacon format.
The new AirGrub app has been launched at San Francisco International Airport and allows travellers to pre-order F&B so they can skip the queues on the day.
Star Alliance, Dubai Airports, IATA, United and SITA discuss how airlines, airports and technology companies can together create more seamless travel apps.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which has installed more than 2,000 beacons, is trialling an Apple Watch app for members of the Privium frequent flyer programme.
The BizTweet-powered service enables passengers to opt in to receive bespoke flight and gate updates, which are delivered via Twitter.
Passengers can borrow the portable chargers to charge up their devices on the go while they wait for their flight at Helsinki Airport.
The all-new app includes one-touch check-in and simple seat selection, and taps into passengers’ previous behaviour to provide a more personalised experience.
The low-cost carrier has launched a new app for iPhone, which will help to simplify the pre-travel and day of travel experiences for its customers.
Emirates has installed inductive charging trays in First and Business Class lounges in Dubai, allowing customers to wirelessly charge up their devices.
Duty managers have been equipped with Apple Watches so they can receive real-time operational updates and respond immediately to help improve efficiency.