Tag Archive for Travel Apps

It’s Not Cheating – the Affair

By Adam Bush

In my previous blog, I talked about my torrid love affair with Vino Volo. I was in the thralls of love.

But then something changed in 2012.

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It’s Not Cheating (If it’s in a Different Airport Code)

By Adam Bush

Recently on a boys’ trip to KRK (Krakow), I had an almost six hour layover at IAD (Dulles).  This was mostly by choice since I would rather spend extra time at the major hub airport than be delayed at my home airport of ORF (Norfolk) and lose a day flying overseas because I missed a connection.

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tripchi goes international at Boston Logan

Getting around Boston Logan for international travel has always been a little more difficult than other airports.  Terminal E seems overextended and difficult to manage (it’s not the friendliest).  You can have problems trying to find a place to sit down and security lines can back up for hours; once you get through security, however, there are plenty of interesting options of things to do around this international terminal.

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We are competing for a speaking spot in MassInno 2013 and need your help!

The team here at tripchi has been diligently hard at work developing the app that will change the way people interact when traveling in airports.  As we work internally to make strides every day we are also very active in the entrepreneurship community here in Boston Massachusetts.  Next week on Wednesday, March 13th if we place in the top 4 of a voting poll for the Mass Innovation group we will get a chance to present to a large group of fellow entrepreneurs, start ups, investors, and I am sure a wide variety of other people who will attend. Here is a link to the specific event for next Wednesday.

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