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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.

2008-07-15 06:00:38

By Liz Fedor, Star Tribune, Minneapolis Jul.

2008-07-15 06:00:38

By Roger Yu As a way to generate extra revenue, five major U.S. airlines will start publishing advertisements on the boarding passes that customers print at home.

2008-07-04 12:00:20

By JONATHAN RENNIE TECHNOLOGY developed by a Glasgow firm is set to revolutionise air travel. Electronics Real Time has created mobile phone software which replaces the need for an airline ticket.

2008-06-30 12:02:51

Sita research shows mobile phones have potential to save the industry $600 m on flight delays Research by SITA, the world's specialist IT provider to the air transport industry, shows that the world's 3.2 billion mobile phones could be transformed into indispensable air travel tools within five years, and if used as passenger tracking devices they could save cash-strapped airlines up to $600 million on reducing flight delays.

2008-06-27 12:02:51

By John Gillie, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. Jun. 27--If you're headed for the airport in Flagstaff, Ariz., wanting to catch a Horizon Air flight to Los Angeles, you'd better have your ticket in hand, because you can't buy one at the airline counter.

2008-06-18 06:00:20

Delta Air Lines has announced that it is partnering with the Transportation Security Administration to launch paperless mobile check-in for domestic travel on Delta and Delta Connection flights departing from the airline's main terminal at New York's LaGuardia Airport, effective immediately.

2008-06-17 09:00:42

By Cox News Service ATLANTA -- Delta Air Lines is testing a plan to allow you to eliminate one more carry-on item: Your paper boarding pass.


Word of the Day
honeyguide
  • Any of various tropical Old World birds of the family Indicatoridae, some species of which lead people or animals to the nests of wild honeybees. The birds eat the wax and larvae that remain after the nest has been destroyed for its honey.
Honeyguide birds have even been known to eat candles.