Digitally Unified Seamless Travel (DUST) Experience

Raja Rajendra Prabhu, Rohan Patil B

Abstract


This paper explains one of the possible methods where today’s mobile technology advancement can be implemented in the seamless air travel airport experience. From mobile boarding cards to biometric passports, we are already experiencing a more personalised flight experience.  The success of online check-in has served as a positive precursor to digitisation. Greater technology and use of connected data mean’s experiences such as passenger security and baggage handling are becoming far more streamlined. The forefront of innovation in this aviation space, pushing boundaries and bringing new touchpoint opportunities to the forefront to give a new passenger experience in the growing Aviation market.  “Technology and data are giving rise to new personalised and connected air travel experiences.”


Keywords


seamless travel experience, digitally unified seamless travel system

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25292/atlr.v2i0.209

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