How to Boost Your Airline’s Bottom Line with an Airborne Chatbot
You can enhance your airline’s bottom-line by adding an airborne chatbot. On-board chatbots (no satcom needed) enhance passenger service & boost airline ancillary revenues. The options are almost endless. Video below & SPECIAL REPORT HERE for airline decision-makers (select “Ancillary Revenue Boost” from the drop-down menu);
Enhancing Response to Customers Doesn’t Have to be Expensive!
Another example; please see the video below to see how KLM is using Facebook Messenger to enhance customer service for their passengers;
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The following articles are from XFLASH Systems principal, Roger Hall, on how systems from XFLASH can be used in daily operations, for; airlines, governments and business jet operators;
Video: Facebook Messenger for Airline Customer Service- 3 Ways This Leading Carrier Satisfies Passengers
(Updated; + video now added, below) Imagine this; you’re in a hotel shuttle bus on your way to the airport terminal, and you have a few questions
(Updated; + video now added, below) Imagine this; you’re in a taxi on your way to the airport, and you have a few questions about your flight; What’s
Call me ‘cheap’, but if I’m paying for my own air ticket, I won’t travel Business class – let alone First. So one of the quick things I check when
3-Ways the Massive Cost of Empty Seats is Hurting Airlines, Consumers & Environment (and what to do about it)
(Article +VIDEO below)… Here’s something shocking; using Ryanair’s own reported figures, the equivalent of 42,385 Ryanair Boeing 737s flew