Seatfrog has joined Amadeus Next, the leading community for travel tech startups in Asia Pacific, as it aims to transform the future of mobile airline ancillaries by allowing travellers to upgrade their seat in the 48-hour window prior to take-off, and right up until the time of departure.

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The Amadeus Next partnership enables Seatfrog to benefit from Amadeus’ industry expertise, global customer base of more than 130 airlines, and access to Amadeus technology. Seatfrog is working closely with Amadeus Next to bring a new level of real-time data intelligence to market, to help Airlines set up and test rapidly, and begin to drive genuine commercial value immediately. This represents a significant innovation in mobile ancillaries and a step forward for airlines and travellers alike.

Seatfrog’s unique mobile platform is set to revolutionise mobile ancillaries, with a view to capturing a share of the US$130 billion airline ancillary industry. Built with a focus on data science and superior passenger experience, it allows travellers to transparently bid and pay for an upgrade in real time, and receive a new boarding pass directly to their mobile to scan at the gate in one smooth transaction. The benefits for airlines are…

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