Silverjet launches mobile internet service
Dubai, April 17, 2008
Exclusively business class airline Silverjet today announced the launch of ‘Silverjet Mobile’, a full mobile internet service.
The service enables passengers to access all of the functionality of its website through their mobile devices.
Passengers can access the site by entering Silverjet’s web site address www.flysilverjet.com into their mobile browser, after which they can book flights, check their flight status, select seats, and choose meals - all from their mobile phone or PDA, it said.
The ability to access information “on the go” is set to become a major business travel trend, as the demand for mobile internet services in the UAE is increasing among business travellers seeking to maximize productivity while on the move.
George Henderson, IT director, Silverjet, said: “The launch of Silverjet Mobile is a response to the clear demand for mobile travel services and further strengthens the Silverjet experience, which aims to deliver convenience at all points of our customer’s journey. This innovative service will help our customers make and manage their bookings in a way that suits their increasingly hectic schedules.”
Developed in close partnership with leading mobile solutions provider Mobile Travel Technologies (MTT), the advanced solution uses the very latest in mobile internet technology and is designed specifically to meet the needs of Silverjet’s business travellers who have come to enjoy the airline’s convenient and stress-free experience.
Gerry Samuels, executive director, MTT, comments: “With nearly 500 million mobile internet customers worldwide, MTT is delighted to provide the technology to power Silverjet Mobile, bringing a range of customer services to this increasingly important channel.”
Silverjet flights depart Dubai daily at 1030 and arrive in London Luton Airport at 1445. Return flights depart from London Luton at 2100 and arrive in Dubai at 0830. Connecting flights to New York Newark are also available, departing London Luton Airport at 1645. –TradeArabia News Service
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