Articles tagged “tablets”

Travel Booking

Mobile Travel Bookings Will Reach 40 Percent of Online Sales in 2017

Enhanced mobile booking tools and merchandising are resonating with consumers. As it gets easier to book on your phone, mobile could overtake traditional computer bookings as the most popular way U.S. travelers plan and book their trips.

Mobile Travel Bookings Will Reach 40 Percent of Online Sales in 2017

Online Travel

Expedia’s Updated Tablet Apps Streamline Hotel and Flight Search in Single View

Why didn't someone think of this before? (Perhaps someone did.) It isn't the end-all, be-all in travel search, but it is a step ahead in ease of use.

Expedia’s Updated Tablet Apps Streamline Hotel and Flight Search in Single View

Rail

New Bike-Share Program in Copenhagen Comes With Onboard Tablets

Copenhagen's bike-share program puts others to shame. But, puleez, this would never work in a city like New York City. Fuhgettaboutit.

New Bike-Share Program in Copenhagen Comes With Onboard Tablets

SkiftX

The Top 18 Travel Stats You Need to Know to Start Your Work Week

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The Top 18 Travel Stats You Need to Know to Start Your Work Week

Airlines

Delta Invests in Nokia Phablets on Road to Personalized In-Flight Purchases

Airlines are targeting in-flight sales as the next big revenue driver, but first better tech is needed to tailor product offerings to certain passengers and increase the likelihood of purchase.

Delta Invests in Nokia Phablets on Road to Personalized In-Flight Purchases

Online Travel

Gogo Teams with Samsung in Free Wi-Fi Promotion for a Year

Gogo's partnership with Samsung is the kind that Wi-Fi providers cherish. There's no need to mail anything in, to present a coupon or enter a promotion code. Samsung tablet users just launch a browser and get directed right to a Gogo log-in page.

Gogo Teams with Samsung in Free Wi-Fi Promotion for a Year

Airlines

WestJet Will Rent Tablets For Wi-Fi To Passengers Who Don’t Have Them

Providing tablets for passengers who didn't bring a computing device is a nice add-on service, and WestJet will make a few bucks (Canadian) out of the program.

WestJet Will Rent Tablets For Wi-Fi To Passengers Who Don’t Have Them

Online Travel

8 Digital Trends We’re Tracking at Skift This Week

8 Digital Trends We’re Tracking at Skift This Week

Online Travel

Report: The Cellphone Is Underrated as a Travel Inspiration Tool

Tablets are trendy and we love them, but mobile phones are in consumers' pockets, pocketbooks, hands or just a few feet away, and travelers are using them to dream of their romantic getaway in Tahiti (or Namibia).

Report: The Cellphone Is Underrated as a Travel Inspiration Tool

Airlines

Airlines Can Turn to Tablets to Speed Up Lines During Holiday Travel

Airlines have been faster at rolling out tablets to in-flight crews than airport employees, but both places present valuable opportunities for carriers to improve the customer experiences.

Airlines Can Turn to Tablets to Speed Up Lines During Holiday Travel