The press release doesn't say if employees will be able to help passengers book flights on alternate airlines following United's frequent tech glitches and cancellations.
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Rolling out Apple Pay across an entire fleet probably isn't cheap, but letting travelers use their iPhones to make in-flight purchases and bookings when they're already in-hand makes more sense than asking them to fish through bags to dig out a credit card.
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Anything that gets tourists to beaches faster should be good. We expect Mojito or Caipirinha finder apps will soon follow.
Flight-tracking apps are being downloaded by family members and friends who are concerned about the welfare of loved ones and want to track the progress of their flights in real time.
United's digital experience is improving, but the reality of their flights is not at this point. Is there an app for a good CEO, happy flight crews, and good customer service?