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Category: tripchi

  • tripchi airport app newsletter – summer recap

    Aug 2016 summer recap – travel on until the end of summer tripchi airport app newsletter Your summer recap – now that the impending end of summer is officially upon us, we all get one last opportunity to spend those hard-earned vacation days and go somewhere meaningful before the grind returns. One of the places […]

  • Fall in love with flying in Feb

    Fall in love with flying in Feb – tripchi airport app newsletter Love is in the air, and Valentine’s Day is almost here. Whether you already escaped the winter cold and visited SFO for the Superbowl (using our traveltips of course to buy a cheaper flight), or you are still in the planning process for a last-minute romantic Valentine’s getaway, […]

  • tripchi – it’s a New Year for 2016 travel

    2015 wrap-up & New Year 2016 travel begins – tripchi airport app newsletter 2016 travel is upon us, and the hectic 2015 holiday travel season is at an end. I had a wonderful time vacationing with friends and family in Los Angeles, recovering from my second ankle surgery, even though I was again faced with a difficult holiday travel […]

  • 5 Most Delayed US Airports During Summer

    Everybody loves to travel in the Summertime and it’s no secret that ticket prices are high in the summer. The simple rule of supply and demand will tell you to buy early because summertime demand for air travel is extremely high, especially in the US. Last week I focused on the busiest airports during summer […]

  • Airport Review: RDU

    Like I mentioned last week I speak some time down south in Raleigh, North Carolina for a wedding on Lake George if anyone out there has heard of it. First I focused on the on the flying and airline aspect, for this week I will apply the tripchi magnifying glass to the airport. This was […]

  • Trip Report: Spirit Airlines BOS-FLL

    Due to the terrible winter we have had in the northeast USA, I decided it was high time to get myself to a warmer climate. My girlfriend was already down in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for work so the destination was an easy choice. This also gave me the opportunity to fly Spirit Airlines direct from […]

  • Funny Airport Codes

    With the unfortunate news of the GermanWings crash, I wanted to keep it light and fun this week. Airport codes can be a funny thing and sometimes leave you wondering how they are created. There are two types of Airport Codes: IATA and ICAO. IATA stand for the International Air Transport Association which is a trade […]

  • Plane Ticket Buying Process

    How we buy plane tickets has certainly changed over the years. In the early days of flying just finding a carriers schedule required a significant amount of effort. Say you wanted to fly from Boston to Chicago, you would have to call up the airlines that fly out those airports, line up the days you […]

  • AirAsia CEO Handles Tragedy With Leadership

    Many times in 2014 airlines were in the news for all the wrong reasons. In the airline business customers are quick to throw stones when airlines mess up and reluctant to applaud you for a job well done. I think many passengers forget how difficult it is to run an airline, not to mention make it […]

  • iBeacon’s Improve Pax Experience in 2015

    As we leave 2014 in the dust, its time to look ahead to whats on tap for 2015 in terms of airport tech. As I previously discussed in my Bluetooth tech blog, iBeacons have already started to enter some airports. This is a big deal because now airports and app’s like tripchi can easily connect with […]

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