Do you live the Airport Life? One minute you’re in New York, the next, you’re in Los Angeles? For anyone who has ever taken a flight, you know just how difficult it is to navigate an unfamiliar airport. Fortunately, there’s an app for that that makes it extremely convenient for anyone who travels and lives the Airport Life.
What I like about this app:
One of the biggest gripes about flying is that you often don’t get notified about cancellations or changes to your flights until it’s too late. Then you’re left to scramble to find an alternate flight, a contact number for your airline or better yet – your way around the airport.
Fortunately, the Airport Life was built by Captain Dan Stratman, who knows a thing or two about flying and navigating airport terminals and how confusing they can be.
I have had the opportunity to try out Dan’s app and so far, I love it. My favorite thing about it is that I can access everything in one convenient place. No need to open multiple windows or remember different logins. Everything is all there in fact, here’s a breakdown on what the Airport Life can do for you.
The Airport Life features:
The Airport Life is a handy and convenient mobile app that not only can help you navigate the airport that you’re at, but it can also help you keep track of your car and contact your airline should you need to re-book a flight.
- Store and access your flight itinerary information
- Check the status of your flights
- Get contact information for your current airline
- Get contact information such as contact numbers and email addresses about the airport you are currently at
- Store the location of your car so that you don’t spend time having to look for it
- Track your expenses while traveling
- Read answers to common TSA questions such as traveling with liquids or other prohibited items
- Read about the latest airline rules and policies
- And more…
Not only is the Airport Life a FREE app, but for Dan says “it makes flying easier.” I can attest to that. Now if only we could improve on the airline food…