The app has been revamped to help travellers get a more detailed understanding of their travel itinerary.
The new app is a big improvement for travellers, with a more streamlined interface and more detailed information about the tickets they are interested in.
The app now includes a ticket clinic that helps travellers obtain the necessary information before they buy a ticket and also includes an app for people who want to review their ticket.
The portal also features a ‘get in’ section, which allows travellers to quickly find the nearest ticket kiosk.
“We’ve taken our ticket clinic and ticket clinic from the old app, where it was just a summary of the ticket prices and the dates, to a much more user-friendly interface, with the same kind of detail that you would find on the ticket clinic,” said Eamonn O’Donnell, the director of marketing at the company.
The revamped app now has more information on the different types of tickets that travellers may buy and offers a better experience for people using their own mobile phones.
It is also the first time that the company has taken a step towards introducing a third-party ticketing solution, rather than a partner.
“We’re working with Ticket Clinic to build this solution so that we can make sure that people have access to all of the information that they would normally have access, so they can make the best decisions on where they want to go,” said O’Connell.
“If we don’t have the ticket, they can’t buy it.”
O’Donnell added that the app would not be able to sell all of its ticketing content, as it is still in the planning stages.
The changes also include a new ‘ticket clinic’ section for travellers to get an overview of their ticket prices, where they can access information about what they are looking for, and where they should buy tickets.
“There’s a lot of information that people are going to want to see and get, so it’s important that they have that,” said Tom Cavanagh, the senior product manager at Ticket Clinic.