Aeroflot has added the Pass2U e-wallet functionality to its Android app, giving passengers a convenient way to store tickets, boarding passes and Aeroflot Bonus cards.
Passengers with Pass2U installed on their device can add tickets, boarding passes and their bonus cards to Pass2U directly from their Aeroflot account.
Those with iOS devices already have the option to use Apple Wallet to store their cards.
Digitalisation is a top priority and Aeroflot is continually updating its mobile apps.
Earlier this month Aeroflot upgraded its mobile app for Android devices with the addition of Google Pay and interactive maps of 12 global airports.
Google Pay is a simple and secure payment tool that helps passengers make purchases without having to manually enter their card details.
Users with Google Pay installed on their device can choose to pay by credit or debit card.
There is no need to enter card details for every card purchase: passengers paying with Google Pay can confirm the transaction with their fingerprint or a passcode.
Those with iOS devices already have the option to use Apple Pay.
Aeroflot has improved its mobile app with the addition of maps of twelve global airports, including interactive plans of Terminals D, E and F at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport with the ability to navigate inside the buildings.
In addition to Sheremetyevo, the app has added similar maps for 11 further global airports, including Schiphol, Dubai International, Hong Kong, Istanbul Atatürk, JFK, Los Angeles, Heathrow, Munich, Nice, Narita in Tokyo and Zurich.
Aeroflot is Russia’s flagship carrier and is based in Moscow, at Sheremetyevo International Airport.
Routes: Aeroflot serves over 150 destinations in more than 50 countries.
Fleet: As of November 1, 2018 Aeroflot has 251 passenger aircraft, the average age of the fleet was 4.1 years.
- 22 Airbus A330
- 79 Airbus A320
- 39 Airbus A321
- 44 Boeing 737
- 17 Boeing 777
- 50 SSJ-100
Numbers: In 2017, Aeroflot carried 32.8 million passengers (50.1 million passengers as Aeroflot Group including subsidiaries).
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