PRLog - May 27, 2014 - CITY CENTRE, South Africa -- In a constant effort to make flying with SAA more convenient, South Africa’s Global airline collaborated with Cytrus, one of South Africa’s leading web and mobile application specialists, to produce an application that gives BlackBerry 10 smartphones users access to comprehensive travel and airline information while on the go.
The application for BlackBerry 10 smartphones provides a new engaging user experience and relevant airline content, providing South African Airways users with the best stress free travel experience.
The application allows users to check their flight status using their booking reference and track that flight on their dashboard. Not sure what the weather is doing? Check out the comprehensive weather report. Want to know more about the destination you are travelling to? Try out the Destination section of the app. Customer will also have access to online check-in, flight status of any SAA flight, flight schedules, lounge finder, special offers and baggage & cargo tracking. Additionally, Voyager customers will have access to their Voyager miles.
Grant Byron, Managing Director of Cytrus (Methys Digital), said: “we are so excited to have worked with SAA to design the app. It promotes the brand image of SAA and provides BlackBerry 10 smartphones users with a rich and unique mobile experience.”
The South African Airways app is now available as a free download at:
About Cytrus (Methys Digital)
Since 2007 Cytrus has utilised its strategic, creative and technical know-how to produce consistently engaging digital experiences delivering cutting edge robust solutions to our clients in the enterprise space. Cytrus was recently acquired by the Methys Group, an international Technology and Business Performance Management Consulting firm with operations in France, UK, Benelux, Tunisia and South Africa. This allows Cytrus to utilise Methys’s expertise in Business Intelligence/
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