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.
Data collecting sensors, which track passengers via their electronic devices, have been installed in the new Connector facility to help optimise processing.
Aéroports de Paris has installed beacons in Hall 2 of Orly West to promote networking opportunities between passengers who are travelling on business.
Singapore Airlines has teamed up with TCS to introduce a mobile solution, which will offer benefits in terms of efficiency and passenger experience.
Ryanair’s Chief Technology Officer reveals that the low-cost carrier is looking at how wearable technology can help to improve the passenger experience.
Lorenzo Lo Presti, CEO, Aeroporti di Roma discusses how self-service and mobile developments can help the operator enhance the end-to-end travel experience.
BT roundtable explores how new technology, ‘coopetition’ and the so-called ‘3Us’ can help to optimise the end-to-end passenger 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.