Airports, Airlines, Aviation

Tag: airports

  • Jennifer From the Deals We Like Blog

    Today we are very excited to present a guest post with Jennifer from the Deals We Like blog which is featured on the very popular travel blog roll BoardingArea. As a child she learned the frequent flyer ropes from her father, who often got their family upgraded and many times they flew for free. Her passion for travel […]

  • Bluetooth Enters Airport Space

    If you have a smartphone chances are you have used Bluetooth technology. Bluetooth by definition is a standard for the short-range wireless interconnection of cellular phones, computers, and other electronic devices. Bluetooth can be used to link you smartphones to a compatible device such as a portable speaker or your car to make calls. There are […]

  • A New Southwest Airlines

    As many of you may have noticed Southwest Airlines has debuted their new livery colors in an effort to launch a re-branding. Southwest which was established in 1971 has risen from a lowly inter Texas carrier to a domestic giant serving 93 destinations in 40 states. The airline operates more than 3,600 flights a day, transporting […]

  • The Future of Aircraft WiFi with Alex from Altitude Connect

    This week tripchi is excited to speak with our friend Alex at Altitude Connect. Altitude Connect specializes in the use of leading technologies, insightful innovations, meaningful products and inspired services that empower people to be entertained and productive in-flight. They are all about promoting in-flight connectivity and all the fun ways to share it. Alex is […]

  • 5 Airports with Best Extracurricular Activities

    Summertime travel in the US can be an arduous and aggravating process. With booming storms, crowded runways and full aircraft; delays and cancellations are bound to happen. So we at the tripchi airport app wanted to brighten up your travel blues and bring you our top 5 most exciting extracurricular activities from airports around the world. […]

  • Limping & Wheeling Through Denver, and Back to Boston

    As I mentioned in my last blog, I arrived in Denver a few weeks ago, just a few days fresh from ankle surgery in Boston. After a pleasant journey and flight with United Airlines, and gate to taxi wheelchair service from the kind folks at Denver International Airport, and after a pleasant ride with an […]

  • Limping & Wheeling Through Boston Logan and Denver International Airports

    The sad truth is that, even in this day and age, it’s hard for disabled people to travel. I recently had ankle surgery to stimulate tissue regrowth in an 8mm “hole” in my ankle (talus chondroplasty), where bone and cartilage should have been. The surgery went fine – the challenge began once the surgery was […]

  • The Periodic Table of… Airlines?

    Are you an aviation nerd? Or maybe just a nerd who lives to travel? Then you’re going to love this new mashup – the beloved Periodic Tables of Elements and airline reviews. eDreams has done the hard part of racking and stacking the world’s airlines and displaying them into cute infographic – embedded in the […]

  • tripchi Indiegogo campaign – more than 50% there!

    Time to celebrate, we are now more than 50% funded! I also wanted to take a moment to explain to you WHY I am so passionate about transforming the airport experience.

  • tripchi launches crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo

    Hello there fellow travelers and technophiles, Love to travel but hate airports? Us too, and we want to change that! That’s why my startup, tripchi, has just launched a fundraising campaign on Indiegogo for our airport mobile app, tripchi, which needs your help to launch globally. Our goal is to help travelers worldwide have a […]

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