United Takes Mo­bile Board­ing Passes Na­tion­wide

Business Traveler (USA) - - IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT -

United has re­leased an up­date to its mo­bile app and has plans to make mo­bile board­ing pass scan­ning avail­able at all US lo­ca­tions.

The new ver­sion of the app in­cludes a stream­lined in­ter­face and new fea­ture that lets cus­tomers man­age their travel in real time dur­ing ir­reg­u­lar flight op­er­a­tions.

If pas­sen­gers’flights are de­layed or can­celed, the app will of­fer the op­tion to keep their ex­ist­ing itin­er­ary or, when avail­able, the op­tion to change to a new itin­er­ary. They can ac­cept new flights that United has au­to­mat­i­cally con­firmed or look for al­ter­nate routes, air­ports and dates of ar­rival.

United plans to roll out mo­bile board­ing pass scan­ning na­tion­wide to 220 do­mes­tic air­ports by fall of this year. The air­line has of­fered mo­bile board­ing passes since 2007.

For more in­for­ma­tion visit united.com.

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