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  1. Taking a deeper look at PassBook & travel - FlyerTalk Forums

    [...] Does PassBook make a difference? Read more: http://blog.apex.aero/prepost-flight…gers-interact/ http://blog.wandr.me/thewan…s-can-benefit/ __________________ Cash Back on Booking Blog | Twitter | Tools | Trip [...]

  2. COFlyerCLE
    COFlyerCLE 2 October 2012 at 1:40 pm |

    I think the day that they can push flight delay info to your Passbook boarding pass will make it really indispensable. Right now it is very cool. With real-time delay info – it will rock.

  3. Kris Ziel
    Kris Ziel 2 October 2012 at 1:57 pm |

    Airlines can change basically any field in the pass extremely easily, it’s just a matter of airlines not doing it. I don’t think that United pushes updates on seat, but they do it for gate number, and that is probably the most important.

  4. Paul
    Paul 2 October 2012 at 3:04 pm |

    Last week a guy TUL-DFW on AA held up F boarding because he didn’t realize his iPhone had gone dark and kept sticking up to the scanner. The other iPhone users breezed through. I have Passbook and like it though I would have used the AA app if it didn’t exist. Still, like you say, it should help to get other airlines to use it.

  5. Grant
    Grant 2 October 2012 at 3:21 pm |

    I tried to use the passbook feature on a delta flight out of ATL 2 days after i got the iPhone 5 but it did not work. I hope delta gets it together next time I fly with them…

  6. Quick Shots: Things That You Should See « Pizza In Motion

    [...] Wandering Aramean has a good piece on the benefits of Passbook.  I’ve already used Passbook a number of times and I’m already seeing the benefits. [...]

  7. Starwood joins the Passbook era - The Wandering Aramean

    [...] information like this would likely be coming in a couple previous posts on the Passbook platform (here and here). It is great to see one loyalty program making the leap to support the technology. [...]

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