Malaysia Airlines is letting its cabin crew loose with iPads for a six-month trial period following a deal with airline technology specialist SITA
Feels a little creepy â€“ doesnâ€™t it? But, this is the future of air travel (and how we will interact with technology in general).
British Airways will arm senior cabin crew with an iPad across its entire long and short haul fleet in a move to help with on-board customer service.
Hotels have handed iPads to guests for room services and armed concierges with tablets, now it’s time for an airline to see if cabin crew can make use of them, too.
Greener, lighter, cheaper and more efficient are the reasons why Alaska Airlines is giving Apple iPads to pilots to replace printed flight manuals on its aircraft.
Alaska Airlines redesigned its website, finetuning the navigation and enabling site visitors to book air, hotel and car separately or as a vacation package.
Social media gurus will often argue that the only way to be transparent and engage with customers is to ensure you are in every possible channel available.