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tripchi airport app update, Summer edition

July 2015 tripchi airport app update, Summer edition

Summer is finally starting to heat up (if you’re on the northern hemisphere like us). Whether your summer brings camping and hiking (tripchi founder CJ recently partook in a Denver/Rocky Mountain camping adventure), or travelling to exotic places (like Mexico City and Cuba for CTO Eli), or visiting lakes and beaches (like social media manager Seth), tripchi is there for you as your airport guide. While you’re killing time at the airport, we’re hard at work building new experiences, #layovertips, and airports into our tripchi airport app.

tripchi airport app airport of the month. What are the next airports on tap for the tripchi airport app? Since CTO Eli was exploring Latin America, we thought it only fitting to bring tripchi into the hands of Spanish speakers. As he was staying in Mexico City, he laid the foundation for bringing in MEX  content (Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México Benito Juárez) into the tripchi airport app. If you’re a Spanish speaker, or passing through MEX airport, we’d love to get your feedback! Find these tips and more on the tripchi airport app:

  1. Mexico City International AirportCheck out the Art & Crafts Festival and Mexican Art in Terminal 1 upstairs for a great selection of local handicrafts
  2. Bistro Mosaico in Terminal 1 upstairs offers drinking and dining in a casual bar atmosphere
  3. MEX does allow pets, but the passenger’s boarding pass must have the indication of “Cab” or “Pet in Cabin”
  4. If you are looking for a taxi, you first must pay at a ticket window near the baggage claim
New to the tripchi airport app community? The tripchi airport app is your passport to explore the airport. We roll up dining and shopping options, charging stations, as well as airport art, airport secrets and #layovertips. And, you can browse lounges, find special deals and offers, and track your flight information. It’s now available on the Android through this direct download (click here), and will be on the Google Play store soon. For all you iPhone users out there, our plan is to roll the tripchi airport app out on the iTunes store next. Finally, our long overdue tripchi airport app  new website is *almost* up. Here is a peak at the landing page:

How can you help the tripchi airport app team?

  1. In the aviation industry? Pass your airport connections our way? We are looking at running a limited trial to prove that we can help not only airport guests, but also airports.
  2. Flying soon? We need your help to source more and better airport content. If you’d like to write for the tripchi airport app or contribute your airport findings, shoot us an email:

Read on for the monthly blog highlights!

Delta's Meme Video
Find the meme – Delta in-flight safety video. Last month, Chandra got the chance to view Delta’s new in-flight safety video during her flight to ATL. It was not only overtly hilarious, but also scandalously subtle. She found herself *literally* laughing out loud. Chandra later found out that this wasn’t the *only* Delta safety video that Delta produced. In fact, there’s another version on the internet titled “The Internetest safety video on the Internet,” hinting at 22 internet-themed memes throughout the course of the video. Have a look at the Delta safety video and read more here on the tripchi airport app blog.
Busiest July 4th airports
Busiest airports for 4th of July Travel. The 4th traditionally begins the summer travel season where airports are packed to the gills. in this tripchi airport app blog, Seth highlights the 5 busiest airports in the US for the July 4th travel day as according to Read more here.
Denver Airport Conspiracy Theory
Conspiracy theory at Denver International Airport? Many of our tripchi airport app readers have surely traveled through DEN – but if you’ve ever taken a slightly closely look as you’re transiting through, you may have noticed some subtly bizarre elements throughout the airport, leading quite a few people to suspect a conspiracy theory at Denver International Airport. Chandra writes more about her home airport DEN here.

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