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Another travel app tries to ease frequent flyers’ airport woes

Excerpt from PCWorld

Dec 01, 2012 1:09 am

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iFly Airport Guide may have one of the largest selection of airports, but this thoroughness has come at the price of good design and a smart user experience.

— Samantha Shankman

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Smart business travelers keep an arsenal of apps at their fingertips to help with any situation. Here’s one more to add to your travel folder: Airport Guide – iFly. True to its name, the app provides information for over 700 airports worldwide—ideal for anyone who spends a lot of time schlepping through terminals.

Airport Guide’s primary function is, well, an airport guide. Choose any airport from the list to see options like status (ground, departure, and/or closure delays), a terminal map, a list of airlines that service that airport, parking info, ground transportation options, airport amenities and food/bars/shops, and even layover ideas.

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