SeatGuru provides the tools and information to make everyone a savvy air traveler
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 30, 2006 -
SeatGuru (http://www.SeatGuru.com), the most up-to-date and complete guide to airplane seating and in-flight amenity services, has enhanced its content offering. Now, in addition to detailed seat and amenity information, visitors can also find helpful facts on flight check-in policies, baggage guidelines, unaccompanied minor service, and travel with infants and pets. The launch also includes coverage on the website's 30th airline, bringing the number of aircraft seatmaps to over 250.
The redesign will save air travelers time by providing more quality information in SeatGuru's award winning, easy-to-navigate format. SeatGuru visitors now have access to all air travel information at one internet destination, eliminating the time consuming task of searching multiple websites and calling customer service. Included in the redesign is a new set of frequently requested features, including the ability to print each airplane seatmap and additional amenity icons denoting food and beverage, on-board internet, and infant services.
"SeatGuru provides the tools and information to make everyone a savvy air traveler," said Matthew Daimler, President of SeatGuru.com. "With our new content and enhanced features, we continue to make all stages of air travel more enjoyable."
SeatGuru.com is the internet's largest and most trusted provider of comprehensive airplane seating and in-flight services information. The site currently covers 30 domestic and international airline carriers: Air Canada, Air France, Air New Zealand, AirTran, Alaska, Alitalia, America West, American Airlines, ATA, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Continental, Delta, Emirates, Frontier, Hawaiian, JetBlue, KLM, Lufthansa, Midwest, Northwest, Qantas, SAS, Singapore, Southwest, Spirit, Swiss, United, US Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
The site employs a powerful combination of detailed seat map graphics, in-depth comments, a color-coded system to identify superior and substandard seats, icons to denote in-flight amenities and airline specific information regarding check-in, baggage, unaccompanied minor service and traveling with infants and pets. This blend of features and content successfully conveys highly specific seat, aircraft and airline information in a user-friendly and easy-to-navigate format.
Susan Daimler, VP Marketing
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