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Ethiopian makes travel easier with upgraded mobile app

Posted 20 May 2019 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has launched its Ethiopian Mobile Application - customised with a suite of innovative features including document scanning, and mobile wallet for boarding pass.

 

Available for both iOS and Android devices, Ethiopian Mobile App is providing customers fast and accurate check-in process through document scanning feature. Boarding pass is also up for grabs from Google Wallet and Apple’s Passbook.

Miretab Teklay, director digital, Ethiopian Airlines Group, said: “We are pleased that we are maintaining technological innovations to enable travel experiences be more efficient and hassle-free while optimising travel times and minimizing costs for our global customers. Our technology team is fully committed to define the future of travel and make travel easier with Ethiopian.”

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