Qatar Airways Cargo unveils QR Cargo
Qatar Airways Cargo, the world’s third largest international cargo airline, recently announced the launch of its first mobile app QR Cargo, available for both Android and iOS devices via Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
This application aims to provide ease and convenience to the cargo airline’s customers, by having all the important information at their fingertips on their mobile devices. In addition to getting detailed status of their shipments, customers can now use this app for various enquiries such as Qatar Airways passenger flight and freighter schedules, office contact details, product descriptions and more.
“The all new Qatar Airways Cargo app is linked to our in-house Cargo Reservations, Operations, Accounting and Management Information System (CROAMIS), which provides real-time data and updates for each logistic milestone achieved, direct to our customers,” said Mr. Ulrich Ogiermann, Qatar Airways Chief Officer Cargo.
He added, “We are excited about the launch of our first mobile app that provides more convenience and value to our customers, giving them the freedom to manage and access to their global business anywhere and anytime on their schedule.”
The Qatar Airways Cargo app key features include: instant shipment tracking, weekly flight schedule search, recent search history, charter service request, location and navigation services to Qatar Airways Cargo worldwide offices and many more useful tools.
Besides requesting shipment bookings and charter services, customers can also easily track each piece of their shipment with a microscopic view of each stage of the process through this mobile app. The recent search history option allows users to look for frequently searched shipments, routes or schedules without having to remember lengthy details such as the 11-digit airway bill (AWB) numbers. Additionally, a comprehensive directory of the cargo airline’s worldwide offices is integrated within the application that enables customers to navigate to these offices using location maps featured in their mobile devices or calling the offices directly with just a tap.