With our latest Version 5.5 Release, we’re excited to show you
what’s new in INX InFlight!
INX InFlight currently assumes that all flights in the system are arriving and departing from airports that all reside within the same time zone. We have a growing number of clients where flights cross time zone boundaries.
With this new time zones feature allows for travel admins to capture even more accurate details when setting up flights, which means there are fewer chances of misinterpreted information, and missed flights.
The addition of time zones to INX InFlight allows the users to select the time zone the flight departs from and arrives at, to allow flight setup and bookings aspects of the system to be accurate.
The Ports table has an additional time zone field to select. We recommend clients use time zones for all ports in the system if they cross a date/time barrier.
Users will start to see the time zone displayed on ports throughout INX InFlight.
A warning message for daylight savings has been added so that users can better manage the ending and the beginning a new flight when flight times change due to daylight savings time.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How long will an upgrade take?
This largely depends on the size of your organisation and the number of INX products you have running.
A standard upgrade typically takes as little as two days but will vary based on each customer’s individual requirements.
2. Is training required?
This is completely up to you and your company. We offer a range of training options for refresher training, new trainers, custom training or version upgrade training where we take you through the new functionality.
3. Which browsers are compatible with Version 5?
INX Version 5 is compatible with Chrome, Internet Explorer and Windows Edge.
4. How can I get started on an upgrade?
Simply speak to your account manager or contact our team here >
Where can I get more information?
Want to know more? Then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us >