Ahead of Resumption of Flights, IGI Airport Launches Mobile App to Ensure Contact-less Service From Monday

Domestic Flight Restoration News: Before the resumption of domestic flights, Indira Gandhi International Airport in the national capital has launched a mobile phone application to help passengers order food at the airport to stand in queues or go to a counter. . The move comes as part of efforts to maintain social distancing norms in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, which has claimed the lives of about 4,000 people across the country.

Flyers can also get the latest flight status updates, information on boarding gates and belts, airport facilities, estimated time to reach the boarding gate and weather information at the destination through this app.

Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), which operates Delhi’s IGIA, reported that it has partnered with a travel app, Hoi (a Dutch word that translates to ‘Hi’ in English), to help passengers in Delhi airport. Basically help navigate through and enable them. Order safely and have their meal at the airport.

“To browse the items listed, the user must add their choice of food to the cart, pay online and choose their order. The user can then choose either the where to eat or the archive-at-outlet option. A daily spokesperson said that travelers can take advantage of this feature by downloading the app on their Android or iOS device, adding travel details for their upcoming flight.

Through the app, travelers can search for food and beverage outlets available at the terminal. They can plan an order through their smartphone. When their order is ready, they will receive alerts through HOI, email and SMS notifications. Passengers can make their payment online by scanning the QR code placed near the outlet.

Through this latest app, travelers can also connect to the airport’s Wi-Fi. Travelers can use this app at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad.

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