Posted by Liam Watson
on October 14th, 2014, 10:03 am GMT
Travel search engine, KAYAK commissioned a Mobile Travel Report using OnePoll to survey 1,000 travellers who make more than two return flights a year.
The findings show that difficulties and negative experiences with traditional printed check in methods has caused a move towards smart check in options as up to 42 per cent have been slapped with airlines fines following issues with their traditional printed check in documents.
The most common issue which affected 14 per cent of travellers was losing a boarding pass at the airport. This is closely followed by 12 per cent of people who forgot to print their boarding passes altogether, and the 11 per cent of people who didn’t have the opportunity or means to do so. For 6 per cent of people, the print quality of their self-printed boarding pass hindered their journey.
Posted by Mark Holland
on October 10th, 2014, 9:36 am GMT
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Posted by Paul Groberts
on October 9th, 2014, 11:04 am GMT
A study of 2,000 smartphone owners by Tecmark revealed that we may rely on our mobile devices far more than anyone previously thought. The data shows that Brits carry out a staggering 221 tasks every day using their mobile phone, first reaching for our phones at 7:31am to check our emails and then moving on to Facebook and checking the weather and the recent news updates.
Many Brits have confessed to finding themselves using their phone without realising they are doing so, with two thirds saying they have managed to log in and browse Facebook without thinking.