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SkyZen app aims to reduce jetlag

June 12, 2015 12:24 am Category: Aviation, Latest News A+ / A-


IATA's Tony Tyler shows off the SkyZen jetlag app

IATA’s Tony Tyler shows off the SkyZen jetlag app

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released details of a new mobile app for passengers to monitor their health and wellbeing before, during and after a flight.

Used in conjunction with a ‘Jawbone’ fitness wristband, the SkyZen app, with data and analytics supplied by OAG, enables air travellers to view their activity and sleep patterns throughout the whole flight experience. Helpful hints will enable users to improve their travel experience and combat jet lag when crossing time zones.

“Recent advances in personal health monitoring give air travellers a great opportunity to track how they respond to the various stages of a trip. With its global perspective on the air transport industry, IATA is uniquely placed to develop a single app which passengers can use across all flights, anywhere in the world. We are confident SkyZen delivers a completely new perspective on travel for passengers, with handy tips offering a fun and interactive way to improve the quality of their flying experience,” said Tom Windmuller, IATA Senior Vice President for Airport, Passenger, Cargo and Security.

SkyZen is free to download and use from the Apple iTunes store, and currently works with the Jawbone health tracker,with an Apple Watch and Fitbit version to be released shortly. App users are directed to enter their flight number, date and class of travel, and SkyZen automatically collects and aggregates the data. Using the data collected, SkyZen will offer passengers personalised insights on their flight activity, and strategies to minimise jet lag before and after flight.

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