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2008-09-24 12:00:23

Sojern today announced its launch with American Airlines, the world's largest airline. This new partnership provides destination-specific content via the boarding passes which travelers obtain through the airline's online flight check-in process. American Airlines has implemented the value-added service on all flights to domestic locations. The Sojern proprietary technology allows American Airlines passengers who check-in at AA.com to receive a wide range of benefits - such as weather...

2008-09-19 12:00:24

Sojern, a provider of destination specific information and special offers via the boarding passes that travelers obtain through the airline's online check-in process, was recognized with a 2008 OMMA Award for its online advertising creativity in the content integration category. The winners were announced last night in New York City at the OMMA (Online Media, Marketing and Advertising) Global Conference and Expo. While launching in partnership with six major airlines including American...

2008-09-19 06:00:22

Croatia Airlines and Lufthansa Systems, a provider of IT services for the airline and aviation sector, have signed a contract for the implementation of a web check-in IT solution. Passengers of Croatia Airlines can check in and select their seat on the plane from their own home or while traveling. Passengers can also print their boarding pass in advance in order to use the barcode reader at the boarding gate. According to Croatia Airlines, by introducing the web check-in self-service...

2008-09-18 00:00:21

CBS teams up with Sojern to promote "The Amazing Race" via online boarding passes from its leading airline partners. This national advertising campaign, which kicked off earlier this month, promotes the Sunday, Sept. 28 premiere of the 13th installment of the five-time Emmy Award-winning series "The Amazing Race." This innovative campaign will continue through the series' launch date. "CBS is always seeking new and different ways to reach our audience, and Sojern's boarding pass advertising...

2008-09-08 09:00:31

Finnair has introduced mobile-phone check-in for its passengers at Copenhagen Airport. Finnair said that it is the first foreign airline to introduce mobile-phone check-in at Copenhagen Airport. In addition to mobile-phone check-in, Finnair's about 120,000 locally departing passengers per year can also use the check-in kiosks or check in online. By using mobile-phone check-in, the airline's passengers do not have to queue up at the check-in counters, and they can go directly to the...

2008-08-28 03:00:42

By Anonymous Six airlines have signed up to a new initiative that will mean tailored content can be printed on customer's boarding passes. The programme is supplied by travel content provider Sojern, with carriers such as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and US Airways already participating. Information such as local weather and area facts, as well as restaurant and theatre recommendations, will be printed on passes obtained at check-in. Advertisers already signed up to the customised...

2008-08-21 09:00:51

Checking in for your flight from a taxi, in a cafe, even while dropping the kids off at school is now a reality with the launch of Sabre Airline Solutions' new Mobile Check-In solution. Launched in conjunction with Italian carrier, AirOne, Sabre's latest innovative breakthrough allows passengers to check-in for a flight and even select their seats, using a web-enabled mobile phone. Mobile Check-In is part of the SabreSonic suite, Sabre's flagship customer sales and service solution, and...

2008-08-19 00:00:23

By Tam Yeng Siang I HAVE just returned from a trip on AirAsia, and I noticed that AirAsia has apparently reversed its previous policy of allowing citizens over the age of 65 to board the plane early together with Xpress Boarding passengers. The airports that I had been to have apparently not announced that senior citizens were allowed to board earlier. My question is: Has AirAsia now reneged on its commitment to be a socially responsible airline? It's pathetic to see old folk and...

2008-07-16 15:00:42

By JOSHUA FREED, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MINNEAPOLIS Luggage? Got it. Boarding pass? Check. Ads on boarding pass to help beleaguered airline industry pay for expensive fuel? Check. Several major airlines will begin displaying ads on boarding passes for customers who check in from home. Customers can print the boarding passes without ads if they want. Sojern Inc., which is selling the ads, said Delta Air Lines Inc. would begin using the ads on Tuesday for flights to Las Vegas and on all...

2008-07-16 06:00:31

By Tom Shaw, Omaha World-Herald, Neb. Jul. 16--Travelers who book plane tickets through airline Web sites often also print boarding passes at home. Now many of those boarding passes will contain more than just flight information, courtesy of an Omaha company. Sojern Inc. has partnered with American Airlines, Delta, Continental, Northwest, U.S. Airways and United to provide Web site links, telephone numbers and advertisements for attractions in travelers' destination cities. The...


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