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What if travellers waiting to board a plane could exchange tips face-to-face with others who are heading in the opposite direction?
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has worked with creative agency DDB Unlimited to build a bar where travellers can meet to exchange local tips at airports in the Netherlands, Norway and Brazil. This new travel experience is called ‘Take-off Tips’ and is driven by 3-D facial scanning and hologram technology.
Rather than passively waiting for a flight, KLM has created an innovative way to share the kind of priceless local tips and cultural insights that their customers can’t get by reading a guidebook. Using a live connection, travellers can chat with a hologram of their counterparts, looking each other straight in the eye.
“Many travellers get bored at the airport as they wait for their flight. With ‘Take-off Tips’, we want to give them a more useful and memorable way to pass the time. This new KLM initiative is a good example of how we combine strong insights with innovation to show that KLM is number one in customer service,” said Ed van Bennekom, Creative Director, DDB Unlimited.