Delta wifi, Guides app from Lonely Planet, ButlerTech delivers in Asia, and more…
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DEVICES in tourism and hospitality for February 2016.
Wednesday 3 February
Delta Air Lines unleashes transatlantic wifi
- The carrier is using Gogo to provide high-speed internet access on flights between the, the UK, mainland Europe, Israel and West Africa.
Lonely Planet unveils city guide app
- Guides is a free app available on both iOS and Android devices. It features offline maps, the ability to save place, filtering to find activities and expert hints and tips on where to eat and stay. The app has launched in 38 cities.
Guestline partners with ButlerTech
- ButlerTech is using Guestline’s property management system Rezlynx to help it provide its ButlerPad virtual concierge application to more than 10 Asian hotel brands in the coming weeks. The partnership will enable hotel guests to view and pay invoices, message a hotel before arrival and make reservations.
Monday 1 February
Aria Resort and Crave Interactive
- The Las Vegas hotel and casino has installed customised guest tablets in more than 4,000 room following a partnership with Crave. The tablets enable guests to order room service, make housekeeping requests, book spa appointments, adjust room lighting and temperature and stay up to date with news.
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