App to improve flyers' safety at airport
The Morning Standard|April 15, 2021
THE Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport has tied up with a passenger engagement platform HOI for varied services and to navigate the entire travel journey seamlessly.

Passengers will need to add their upcoming travel details to the HOI — available in multiple forms such as a mobile app for Android & IOS, web app and kiosks at airports — either manually or get it automatically uploaded by scanning the travel document.

Thereafter, they can track their upcoming flights and get real-time alerts about gate changes, weather forecast at the destination. Further, they can explore and book commute options to and from the airport. The Delhi and Hyderabad airports had partnered with HOI last year to adopt a contactless food ordering service at the airports.

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