Think about this - in a country of 30m people, in any 24 hour period the entire population will have checked their phones over 800,000,000 times!
If you’re reading this blog you already recognise the value mobile can bring to help your travel business create more valuable relationships with your travellers.
From getting serious about AR to going toe to toe with Google on AI and machine learning, this year’s WWDC keynote was, as Tim Cook promised in his opening remarks, the “best and biggest” ever!
Google has been holding its annual developer conference for eleven years now, but I/O is not only just a developer conference. It’s a place for Google to announce some of its latest technologies and talk about the future.
WWDC 2017 kicks off on June 5th, but what can we expect from this years conference? Travelport Digital predicts...
Google moves from “mobile first to AI first”. Google I/O 2017 unpacked by Travelport Digital.
Welcome to the final part in our series of the ‘Fundamentals of an airline app’. In our previous blogs we highlighted some of the core functionalities that travellers expect from an airline app including search & booking, real-time engagement and mobile check-in and boarding. In this blog we will be exploring the increasing demand from travellers for a frictionless experience and how mobile is primed for airlines to ‘join the dots’ of what can be a disjointed experience for travellers.
A Request For Pricing (RFP) for a new digital or mobile platform signals the intent to ramp up engagement and added revenue streams for travel businesses.
Welcome to part 3 in our series of the ‘fundamentals of an airline app’. In this blog we will be exploring the demand for increased traveller engagement and the types of features that should be an integral part of your airline app.