Low-cost airline Flybondi launched on Wednesday Ticket 3.0, “unique in the world”. The innovative proposal will allow customers to manage their tickets: the new ticket allows you to change the passenger’s name, give it as a gift or transfer it to another person.
“The new ticket lifts the usual restrictions on changing ticket ownership,” the company warned.
According to the announcement, this new innovative ticket is now available on all domestic routes in which the company operates.
TravelX, a company specializing in providing solutions to enhance the passenger experience, has invested $7 million to develop the technology that Flybondi is implementing.
The proposal aims to offer a more personalized and convenient service to the remove the usual restrictions in changing the ownership of tickets.
With Ticket 3.0, Flybondi offers a more flexible travel experience which allows passengers, too buy in advance without having to define your travel plans or who the travelers will be.
Easy to use, Ticket 3.0 offers independence to the ticket buyer through a self-management button. As, “Our passengers will have more flexibility and control over their journeys because they will be able to transfer, rename or give away their tickets in a simple and autonomous way”, commented Mauricio Sana, CEO of Flybondi, on the importance of this initiative.
In that line he added: “With this launch we are trying to generate a positive impact in the aviation sector through the innovation and application of blockchain technology. Changing the rules of the game is never easy, but we know that our goal is to evolve and offer our passengers a new phase of freedom to fly”.
“At a time when the aviation and tourism industry tries to adapt to the new needs of travellers, Flybondi presents an unprecedented and unique product in the world, which will transform the way we travel as we know it to offer all people greater freedom when it comes to flying”, underlined by the low-cost company that arrived in the country 5 years ago with a business model hitherto unknown to the Argentine market,
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