Jetlag is a universal experience and Air France-KLM has decided to help travelers make the most of it with a new app called the ‘Jetlag Social Club.’
Flying Blue, the loyalty program of Air France-KLM has launched a new app to help travelers tackle one of the biggest challenges: Jet Lag. Together with Isobar, Flying Blue created the ‘Jetlag Social Club’ – the first mobile guide of its kind designed by an airline loyalty program.
The ‘Jetlag Social Club’ is a mobile app available on the Goole Play store – sorry no iOS for now – that offers personalized experiences that match your biological clock so you can navigate your way out of jetlag.
For now the app is only available to anyone who visits Tokyo. It offers over 130 experiences from food to shopping, culture and more, carefully selected to enjoy at any time of the day or night.
Thanks to the ‘Jetlag Social Club’ app, you get to rest, eat and explore the city when you want as the whole city goes at your pace.
More destinations to come later in the year. You can download the app here.
You might also like
More from Lifestyle
Taking advantage of legal loopholes in the copyright law regarding NFTs, Quentin Tarantino is minting his handwritten Pulp Fiction script.
Chipolo is expanding on its Find My-enabled Bluetooth-compatible item tracker product line by launching the thin and sleek CARD Spot.
The Faux-Poultry war is on: KFC adds its Plant-based Fried Chicken to the menu in all its US restaurants.“The mission …
Secretlab has released two Pokémon versions of its TITAN Evo 2022 gaming chair as part of a limited edition collection for …
The new big-headed collectible celebrates Halo's 20th anniversary and is available for pre-order on the Xbox Gear Shop for $17.
The Xbox continues its commemoration of the Xbox's 20-year anniversary with the launch of a "Red Ring of Death" poster.