Facebook’s Head of Travel explains how airlines and airports can exploit the opportunities presented by mobile technology, apps and social media.
A report released by SITA highlights how passengers, airlines and airports are planning to make use of mobile technology over the next three years.
Auckland Airport has announced a partnership with TripIt from Concur in an effort to help customers plan and manage their end-to-end travel experience.
Customers can now use the NFC and scanning functions to automatically enter their credit card details when booking a flight via the Vueling app.
Royal Jordanian has launched a new app as part of its efforts to leverage mobile technology to simplify and streamline the travel experience for its customers.
The tracking function provides real-time information on the aircraft route, speed, type, altitude, distance travelled and total distance to the destination for all flights.
Sydney Airport’s team of ‘Airport Ambassadors’ will now carry iPad Minis, so they can provide passengers with real-time information on the go.
The new app is available on iPhone and Android devices and includes a flight tracker, plus information on airport retail, parking and ground transportation.
Emirates has released its long-awaited app for iPhone, which includes Passbook integration, real-time updates and flight booking functionality.
Greater Toronto Airport Authority’s Scott Collier reveals why human interactions and new technology are vital to the ongoing passenger enhancement strategy.