Travelers often complain the airline industry rarely innovates on products, with most airlines trotting out the same experience, with a few tweaks, year-after-year.
Leaders from around the world gathered at the 50th World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland this past week to discuss key global issues including the economy, security and sustainability.
Global Entry has slowly but surely been getting a technological upgrade that is making the popular travel program even quicker to use at airports.
New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) Airport has partnered with Google to adopt Google Assistant’s Interpreter Mode technology at its Terminal 4 with the aim to reduce language barriers for international tourists.
Thanks to the infusion of helpful tech into hotels across the world, a dreary work trip might not be too bad. More hotels are bringing helpful tools in to cater to business guests. Continue reading Hotels with Cool Tech for the Business Traveler
Although Southwest Airlines makes canceling and changing a flight easy, its technology hasn’t always been customer-friendly when it came to keeping track of refund vouchers. Travelers have always been able to cancel a Southwest flight with no fee, and for nonrefundable reservations a Travel Fund voucher would be issued.
(CNN) — Overhead luggage bins that illuminate in red when they’re full, an airplane seat tailored to your personal position preferences, seat belts that alert cabin crew when they’re unbuckled. And cameras outside restrooms.
This, according to Airbus, is what the airplane cabin of the very near future will look like.
Have you heard of Mobile Passport yet? Or better yet, have you tried it? This free – yes free – mobile app is quickly becoming utilized at most major airports and saving travelers, and customs agents, tons of time. Continue reading Mobile Passport: A Growing App to Help Beat Long Customs Lines