Korean Air My MOD

1.3.2

Your own personal travel app
3.3/5 Votos: 2,519
Versión
1.3.2
Actualización
19.04.2022
Consíguelo en
Google Play

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Descripción

■ Korean Air My is now available on Wear OS.
• Service supported in Wear OS Device:
– Mobile Boarding Pass
– View SKYPASS Membership Card

※ Korean Air My on Wear OS needs to be synced with the mobile app.

■ Features
– Booking, check-in, and ticketing
– Personalized travel info per itinerary
– View the cabin of your aircraft with the 360° VR experience
– Real-time flight info via the app’s push notification
– View baggage load status
– Login by using PIN number or biometric authentication
– Confirm boarding pass and SKYPASS card offline

We recommend that you upgrade to the latest version of Korean Air’s app for the newest features and fixes. Compatibility: Requires Android 5.0.0(21) (Lolipop) or later.

Novedades

Key updates are as below.

- Upgraded features in the bottom slide menu and messages/notices. Also, 'Lowest fare' menu has been moved to the bottom slide menu > 'Plan Travel'.
- Changes in 'send Boarding pass' function for easier user experience.
- Continuously looking into bugs and errors in order to provide stable service.
- Bug fix

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4 comentarios en "Korean Air My MOD"

  1. Kevin Han dice:

    Old version was much better. Took me over 10min to figure out book a round trip. New app looks fancy but NOT intuitive at all.

  2. Sally McEachen dice:

    Previous app was much better. I was trying to log a recent partner flight which was not showing in my mileage. Looked in My Trips (would only allow logging of ‘upcoming’ trips, although it had a ‘past’ tab but this was empty). To get to Mileage you have to click on the box with membership details, and you can search past trips there but you can’t add trips. That’s on an ‘up arrow’ tab at the bottom, but you can’t tell. I went in, you still have to log each leg of a trip separately. Disappointing

  3. Luke Saunders dice:

    The worst experience ever trying to check in/get a boarding pass. The app and online are both useless.

  4. Stephen Anderson dice:

    Intuitive, helpful app. This is how all airline apps should work. Others can learn from you.

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