BA passengers could benefit from mobile recycling
15 July 2010 — 6:34 PM
Frequent travellers may save themselves time at the airport by recycling an old mobile and snapping up a new smartphone.
British Airways has launched an app for the iPhone that will allow passengers to check-in via their handheld device.
A version of it will also be available to BlackBerry and Android users, meaning there is no excuse for anybody with a hi-tech mobile to waste hours ahead of a flight.
Designed with an easy-to-use interface, the British Airways app will give customers set to travel with the carrier the chance to access their Executive Club details and view the latest flight details.
"Mobility and convenience is key for our customers, so that no matter where they are, they can turn to their mobile phones to find the very latest information," explains the airline's head of digital marketing Chris Davies.
The iPhone 4 was released in the UK last month, as well as in the US, Germany, Japan and France.
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