UK-based low-cost carrier (LCC) easyJet plans to introduce a new service to assist passengers stranded by an evening flight cancellation that leaves them with no way to get to their destination that night. From the end of July, easyJet’s version of the popular Flight Tracker app will allow passengers signed up for the service to press a button marked “Do you need a bed for the night?” If the passenger presses it, the app will find a hotel room in the locality that will be ...

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