Delta Airlines on Wednesday released the latest version of its Fly Delta app, giving customers access to the industry’s most innovative airport wayfinding maps.
The app offers passengers the ability to keep up with boarding pass and flight details, even when a reliable Wi-Fi or cellular connection isn’t available using the offline mode.
The wayfinding tool currently features interactive maps for 20 major airports and guides customers with turn-by-turn walking directions to their next gate, a restaurant or even baggage claim.
Delta is the only airline to give customers the ability to access airport maps on iPhone via their boarding pass by touching the departure city code, arrival city code or gate numbers.
Airport maps included are: ATL, BOS, CVG, DCA, DTW, JFK, LAX, LGA, LHR, MCO, MSP, NRT, SEA, SFO and SLC. This spring the app also will include maps for AMS, CDG, GRU, MEX and PVG.
Fly Delta 4.2 app is currently available only for iPhone users. The Android version will be released in spring 2017.