Huge majority of passengers willing to trade personal data for better airline experience
- Posted on Tuesday, 08 November 2016 09:16
- By Zac Erawan
Passengers on airplanes want to use technology to make their air travel more convenient and suited to their individual needs. Recent studies show that many passengers want to take control of many of the traditional steps of getting onboard a plane by using technology instead of the traditional check in processes, such as using electronic baggage tags or even using their own devices to watch onboard entertainment.
- Over eight out of ten airline passengers say they would be happy to give more information about themselves to airlines and airports.
- A third of passengers want to “self-tag” their own luggage and almost four out of then (39%) would be happy use electronic bag tags when flying.
- Other important trends to highlight in the report include the increasing desire by passengers to handle many of the traditional airport processes themselves, by using technology.
“Over eight out of ten airline passengers say they would be happy to give more information about themselves to airlines and airports.”
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