Asia’s leading provider of Gateway Services and Food Solutions, SATS Ltd., launches a new travel app called ‘Ready To Travel’ that provides predictive advice for stress-free travel.
SATS specifically developed Ready To Travel app to assist the growing population of travellers in Asia. It provides real-time point-to-point airport advisory and stands as a mobile concierge when going around the airport. Ready to Travel app is the next-generation customer handling services for airline passengers.
“We are proud to launch Ready To Travel, the latest in a series of innovative products and services from SATS that help our customers to become more competitive. The millennial generation is now entering the peak of their careers and they are disrupting the travel industry and changing the way people travel. With Ready To Travel, SATS becomes the first ground handler to offer a seamless service that integrates the physical and digital aspects of the customer experience,” says Alex Hungate, SATS President and Chief Executive Officer.
The Ready To Travel app has a variety of functions. Users can access travel essentials via the app such as insurance, access to SATS Premier Lounges, and notifies users on important travel information like recommended check-in time, boarding gate time, passport renewal, and visa applications. Singaporeans can also e-register with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) using the app.
Working with tourism boards, travel agencies, and travel bloggers, users can also plan their travel itinerary using the Ready To Travel app featuring a selection of over 10,000 attractions, and book reservations via the app. Ready To Travel also offer the option to users to purchase pocket WiFi services and have it delivered to their homes before their trips to stay connected all the time.
“Put together by travellers for travellers, Ready To Travel App is providing travellers with a convenient one-stop travel advisory, as well as generate the impetus to purvey great travel content worldwide. Taiwan Tourism board is pleased to support travel players such as Ready To Travel in the development of a strong pipeline of differentiated travel related services and content,” says Dr Trust H.J. Lin, Director of Taiwan Tourism Bureau.
Currently, the app is usable in four airports: Singapore Changi Airport, Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, Tokyo Narita Airport and Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok Airport. SATS will add more airports in the coming months.
Ready To Travel app can be downloaded from Apple App Store and Google Play. Visit www.readytotravel.com for more information.