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Tristar Worldwide launches app

Tristar Worldwide has launched an app for booking and managing journeys.

Automatic flight and address verification enables fast and accurate reservations, while the app combines Tristar’s knowledge of traffic patterns with the amount of time the customer requires at the airport to calculate pick-up times, taking the guesswork out of journey planning. 

When the chauffeur arrives, a push notification and SMS is sent with vehicle details and a contact number for the chauffeur which can be dialled directly from the app.

A full history of all bookings, whether made on the app, online or through Tristar’s contact centre, helps customers manage both their diaries and their budgets, and saves on paperwork.

Tristar’s CEO Dean De Beer said: “Tristar Worldwide’s customers are used to travelling in style, now they can book in style. The Tristar app uses the latest technology to provide our clients with what they want - an informed, travel experience at every touch point from booking to invoicing. With the freedom to book their transfers 24 hours a day, our clients now have a new and convenient way to access the first class Tristar service that they are used to.”

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