Phone app helps with air travel
August 24, 2010, 05:09 pm
People who fly a lot may be very familiar with the ins and outs involved with this mode of transportation. Some have even downloaded apps to their smartphones to help navigate and streamline travel plans.
FlightView says that more than 40,000 consumers have downloaded their app since late July. The app can be downloaded for free, or people can pay less than a dollar if they don't want to view advertisements.
Those who need help managing their travel itineraries may find the app useful. The updated version of the app allows people to plan for flight delays with a new "low traffic" indicator, which can help people identify possible hold ups.
FlightView CEO Mike Benjamin says that the updated version of the app aims at further enhancing the passenger flight experience.
"Since its launch, our Android app has consistently been one of the top-rated apps based on both its functionality and affordability," said Benjamin. "The latest version of FlightView for Android gives users more power to manage their day-of-travel decisions."
Having such technology in hand may help make for smoother travels for everyone involved. Less-stressed passengers means employees can focus on doing their job.
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