Swiss - Switzerland's national air carrier - has finally jumped on board and released an Android app for its frequent travelers. By doing so SWISS joins a long list of global airlines that have a presence in the Android Market. As with other airline apps, the SWISS Android app allows you to book tickets, check-in for flights and keep track of your flight status - all from the comfort of your device. More and more travellers will have the pleasure of getting their boarding cards directly onto their phones and using their Androids as boarding passes. I personally had the pleasure of doing so on a recent Lufthansa flight.
The SWISS also has a bit of its own innovation: travellers can call up their boarding pass at any time by shaking their phone. That saves you the embarassment of searching through your emails to find the correct boarding pass.
For your convenienve, I've compiled a list of airlines with Android apps (please write about any I missed in the comments):
Air New Zealand
Source: Breaking Travel News
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