Marine Travel Agent App for the iPhone/iPad

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

The Marine Travel Company, a specialist agency handling marine travel worldwide, has introduced an iPhone and iPad application for anyone on the move in the maritime industry. Maritime industry travelers can now access the company’s reservations team and website instantly.

The app App features:
•    Instant flight requests from your iphone/ipad
•    Quick and Easy access to your flight itinerary
•    Online check in, contact us and more links

Download at http://itunes.com/apps/crewtravel

After a trial period on Apple’s iphone/ipad operating system the marine travel company will look to develop similar programs for Blackberry, Palm and Smartphone.

www.themarinetravel.co.uk

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