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tripchi Indiegogo campaign – more than 50% there!

Time to celebrate, we are now more than 50% funded!

tripchi is more than 50% funded on Indiegogo

Courtesy travelmamas

I also wanted to take a moment to explain to you WHY I am so passionate about transforming the airport experience.

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Who is the next generation of travelers?

Tnooz has a great article a few days ago, answering the question of “Who is the next generation traveler?”

tripchi has thought a lot about our target market, about the people who really need and want to make the best use of their time in airports. Since airports are unavoidable burdens of travel, we want to make the airport experience as good as possible for the traveler. Whether that means helping people find a better place to eat, a quiet place to work, a charging station, or neat souvenirs to buy (at a discount) – we’re here to facilitate that. But, who are the people that could make the most use of this?

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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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Infographic on Lost Luggage

When was the last time luggage got your on your trip? We thought you’d like this cool infographic on famous misplaces parcels (yes, it happens to celebrities too!), and what to do if this unfortunate situation happens to you.

We’d love to hear about your craziest lost luggage experience, so be sure to leave a comment!

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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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Boston Logan ABCs

Getting around Boston Logan has always been pretty easy but the idea of using the airport as a place to relax, eat, and shop before a flight might not seem as intuitive. Last time I was up there I had the unexpected “opportunity” to chill out for almost 4 hours because of a flight delay. As you can imagine, I was pretty annoyed, but there frankly wasn’t much I could do about it.  I was not exactly sure what, or for how long, the delay was going to go on for, so I made the best of a bad situation. I used the extra time to explore the airport, and was actually able to get around to two different terminals, A and C.

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