China Airlines and the Institute for Information Industry (III) have released China Airlines´ new app service that provides the passenger full control over every detail of their journey, the company said.
The Industrial Development Bureau provided a grant under the smart broadband city development program to support cross-industry integration of 4G services that will accelerate the adoption of 4G mobile broadband application services, strengthen the development of the smart broadband application service industry in Taiwan and enhance the competitiveness of Taiwan´s communications industry.
The services are expected to realize overall goals of sustainable services, industry upgrade, local rewards and making a difference to the general public. China Airlines has partnered with local and foreign vendors including SoftMobile, AJA and ITRI to leverage technologies for the development of the new mobile 3.0 app service´s interface design and functions.
China Airlines (CAL) is the flag carrier of the Republic of China (Taiwan), headquartered in Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and has 12,607 regular employees. China Airlines operates over 1,400 flights weekly to 118 airports in 115 cities (including codeshare) across Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania.