FlightView launches new FlightView 2.0 iPhone app
Friday, August 3, 2012
FlightView, a leading tech solutions provider for airports and travelers, launched FlightView 2.0 for iPhone on August 2, to an eager public. The cutting-edge iPhone app helps travelers plan their routes, locate their plane’s place in space, prepare for weather delays and view accurate boarding and take-off times.
“Where’s My Plane?,” a fun and convenient feature of the app, allows users to view their plane’s location even before it arrives to pick them up for their flight. If the plane has flown other flights within the past 48 hours, users will be able to view the plane’s exact route. Gate locations and other airport features can also be found with ease thanks to FlightView 2.0.
Downloaded by 600,000 users on the day of its release, FlightView 2.0 has been an eagerly anticipated app. For corporate professionals, FlightView will allow for more accurate travel planning, ensuring that hotel and corporate housing arrangements aren’t hampered by weather or other unforeseen occurrences.
“By enabling travelers to view an inbound aircraft’s route visually on their iPhones and extending real-time updates to all users, our customers can take back control of their travel plans,” said Mike Benjamin, CEO of FlightView.