Good news for Apple products and iPhone users. Top American airline Continental Airways has launched its App that will enable users to book flights on mobile, anywhere any time in just one touch.
Continental Airline is a wholly owned subsidiary of United Continental Holdings, Inc. and popular for its flights to New York City, Orlando, Chicago, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, Newark and nearly all other important American destinations in the continent. Continental also offers flights to Mexico as well as long haul and transatlantic flights. The introduced application can be downloaded at App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It is a user friendly application that gives travelers easy access to their travel information. Most importantly, the app can be downloaded quickly and free of any cost.
This full-featured application will enable Continental Airline customers to book flights in all classes. Users of Continental Airline App can also get benefits from the reward travel program, online Check-in for flights, have one-touch access to mobile boarding passes and flight status details, and manage their One Pass frequent flyer accounts. The new app also includes a feed of Continental’s latest postings on Twitter.
Continental’s managing director of self-service and emerging technology, Mr. Jared Miller said at this occasion:
The Continental Airlines App is another example of Continental’s commitment to technology and innovation that makes travel more convenient for our customers. This app provides time-saving, full-featured access to the information that our customers need on the go, as well as other useful tools for travelers such as interactive airport smart maps and flight updates sent directly to their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
The airline has joined the league of top and innovative airlines and is fulfilling the gratification of users now opting for a more modernized form of communication that can be accessed frees of hassle.
Continental will soon expand the accessibility of the application to the Android platform, and is exploring other Smartphone options.
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