I thought this was a very interesting list on Klout about an airline’s Klout score. Personally, I don’t believe it really addresses true customer service and as we begin our holiday travel, I wonder how their social media efforts will impact their ability to provide service.
What you’ll notice about the top ten airlines is that they all deliver outstanding personalized attention. Whether you’re musing over the in-flight movie on Twitter or uploading an Instragram of that rad airport sculpture, these airlines care about your content and your overall travel experience. Did you lose a bag? Check your phone! Not because you’ll find your bag there, but because you probably just received a message from an airline representative who is talking to the baggage team right now on your behalf. With that, here are the top ten airlines with Klout.
Also, if you plan on traveling during the holidays, I have captured some tips and applications that might make holiday travel a little easier.
FourSquare.com provides a great map of where everyone is headed to this holiday season. For airplane and train travel, data is pulled when someone checks in on Foursqure at two different airports or train stations in the same day. Automobile traffic, according to the graphic, is based on checkins on highways and roads, which sounds more ambiguous and harder to correlate specifically to travel, but it does show quite neatly the major interstates across the United States.
AT&T apps for holiday travel