Newcastle International Airport has unveiled its own official app in a bid to boost passengers’ experience. The mobile app, called NCL Airport, is free to download in the Apple and Google Play stores and has been developed by Newcastle-based agency Shout Digital. The app allows customers to book car parking, lounge access and Security Fast Track, with all bookings saved in one place, while also listing real-time flight arrival and departure updates and alerts. Travellers can also book flights to more than 80 direct destinations and access pre-travel information and advice. The app will also contain exclusive offers and discounts for the airport’s catering outlets and shops – and even check the weather in their travel destination. This first phase launch comes as Newcastle International , which has recently invested millions in transforming its International Arrivals Hall, has committed to ensuring technology is at the heart of its future development. Graeme Mason, planning and corporate affairs director at Newcastle International Airport, said: “We’re delighted to unveil our brand new app today. At Newcastle Airport, we pride ourselves on offering an award-winning customer experience and we’re working hard on ensuring we can further enhance our passengers’ journeys through the use of… Read full this story
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