Designed especially for nervous passengers, SimpliFly helps fearful flyers by providing peace of mind both before and during their flight
New York City, New York Dec 1, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - As borders reopen worldwide and passengers return to the skies, SimpliFly has just released a first-of-its-kind feature: a live, 1:1 chat with an off-duty pilot who can provide online assistance to fearful and nervous flyers. The pilot can advise, answer questions and interpret weather along a given flight path and assuage flyers' concerns in real-time. Founded by a career airline captain, SimpliFly is solving the fear of flying, a problem currently plaguing up to a third of the global population.
The company's mobile app provides video-based segments featuring airline pilots, who explain everything from aircraft systems operations, turbulence, COVID-19 protocols, and more. It is currently used by thousands of travelers and has been deployed across El Al's entire fleet in the airline's onboard entertainment system. At this time, the 1:1 chat feature is available for premium users.
Aside from its partnership with El Al, the company has established collaborations with an international insurance brand, world-renowned institutions of higher education, and emergent tech partners, and university researchers. SimpliFly is available for download in both the App Store and Google Play.
Designed especially for nervous passengers, SimpliFly helps fearful flyers by providing peace of mind both before and during their flight via expert-developed segments and its signature live 1:1 Chat with a Pilot feature. Airlines partner with SimpliFly to level up their customer experience, and to offer prospective travelers a complete solution that alleviates the fear of flying. At the helm is Capt. Alon Pereg, a career airline captain, former fighter pilot, and admittedly atypical entrepreneur who began his third career as a grandparent in his 60s.
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