iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Fed up with delays, bad service, and the other hiccups that go along with air travel, frequent flyer Chris Holmes decided to do something about it — he created an iPhone app called Fllike, which is being described as a “Yelp for airlines.”
The hope is that paying customers shaming airlines with horror stories — and praising them for good flights — will improve flying for everyone.
The reviews will also steer potential passengers to the best-rated airlines, thanks to ratings for everything from the food aboard to how comfy the seats are.
“This is all about customer experience, and providing a platform for people to share that in a simple and beautifully designed way,” Holmes tells the website TheNextWeb.
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