- Jun 27, 2006
I assumed you were using an iDevice and that that was the source of your woes. Was I wrong?
The web site operated through a normal desktop browser does respond to IATA codes.
In my experience, you need to type the code, and then move from keyboard to mouse in order to click the airport name before moving on. This is a noticeable usability problem for me.
Isn't an iPod a portable music player?As mentioned by some, I also never use an ipad or ipod to make any flight bookings.
Big paws and unhelpful screen layout of the ipad/ipod make it a dangerous mission to book flights using an ipad or ipod.
I dont have an iphone.
Only ever use the ipod to check in for flights.
That one with my QF FF card with its barcode works a treat.
They have internet connections (either wifi and/or SIM) to access iTunes.Isn't an iPod a portable music player?