New Delhi, NFAPost: Flyzy mobile app has collaborated with India’s largest and fastest-growing Travel Food & Retail Company, Travel Food Services (TFS), India to provide a host of contactless, customer-friendly and comfort-oriented services at six airports namely, Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Kolkata, Bengaluru, and Chennai.
Recognised under Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s Startup India initiative, the recently launched Flyzy mobile app’s collaboration with TFS is aimed to assist passengers to sync with over 250 retailers, service providers, and all stakeholders under the umbrella of TFS to facilitate their contactless air travel as per their discretionary desire.
Air Passenger Traffic is already near the Pre-Covid-19 levels and subsequently, this has led to an increase in the passengers at the airports.
Flyzy and TFS collaboration intend to provide contactless feasibility of pre-booking meals, suitable lounge types, cabs, that too at heavy discounts while avoiding various hassles that otherwise tend to accompany these services during their air travel.
Commenting on the collaboration, Flyzy Chief Business Officer Arjit Singh said flying is all about making good use of technology and co-operation from the best in the industry so that passengers can experience simpler and better journeys.
“We have partnered with various global airlines and airport authorities to upgrade the travel operations and enhance the sales and non-aeronautical revenues, making passenger-friendly travel. And I am glad to announce that we are now officially available at six airports in India: Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, and Goa across all 250+ F&B outlets and ten lounges of TFS,” said Arjit Singh.
Travel Food Services India COO and Business Head Gaurav Dewan the company has always been early adopters when it comes to technology, be it creating award-winning and patented in-house technology products or tying up with innovating tech solutions such as Flyzy.
“Our end motto is to create the best-in-class traveller’s experience and Flyzy makes it tech-enabled and easier for the end-user,” said Gaurav Dewan.
It all happened in mid-2020 when the Covid-19 pandemic was at its peak, and three young IIT Guwahati tech geeks – Hansraj Patel, Arjit Singh, and Deepak Meena – created an app with the sole motive of providing a seamless and contactless air travelling experience for the passengers during the pandemic.
Making use of Artificial Intelligence, Flyzy aims to revolutionize the travel module to be free of hurdles for any passenger and is currently operational at six major airports in India.
Flyzy not only got well-deserved recognition by StartUp India (DPIIT) but also received an overwhelmingly positive response from the users.
Since the inception of the pandemic, which has triggered a sense of extra hygiene and safety parameters, especially among the Indian population, Flyzy’s adaptation comes as a touchless transaction towards a technology fuelled product among frequent travellers.