In the meantime, you have heard that the US is being put under government stalemate because it is not possible to agree on a compromise regarding President Trump's desire to build a border wall Mexicoand all Americans are feel the effects – above all enthusiastic federal workers.
But American citizens (and your National parks) are not the only ones affected by the shutdown; Anyone traveling to, through or from the US will witness what a government deadlock looks like when they arrive at the airport. Lack of payment TSA security personnel strike by "reporting sick" and staying home from work as they do not receive a paycheck while the government is closed. A lack of TSA staff means chaos in the form of long lines and unpredictable travel.
Of course there is an app for it today. App in the air Provides the user with all relevant travel information, from airport and flight updates to routes to mileage points. With App in the Air, travelers can find real-time crowdsourced updates on the TSA line waiting times at all times AirportThis makes it one of the most efficient ways to determine how long the TSA lines last Really You are in front of your arrival – because the only thing worse than a delay at the airport is that your flight is missing due to circumstances that could be prevented. You will have personally updated information in real time about the current status of the TSA security lines on your departure Airport can prove invaluable if it turns out you need not less than three hours to get to the boarding area.
The app also provides helpful travel information such as airport schedules, delays, flight alerts, waiting times at check-in, and ensuring that your baggage matches the dimensions of each airline, to avoid bad news at the gate and a higher potential for lost luggage. App-in-the-Air users can also track their boarding and landing times through the app.
Of course, a flight delay is not a flight delay without a lot of groans and groans of the group at the gate. To achieve your virtual whining (have you even been delayed if you did not write about it in your Instagram story?), You can simply log in to App in the Air. The app also acts as a social platform on which travelers can do messages about the current situation at each airport. Misery loves company.
For more excitement, the social function of App in the Air serves as a receptacle for airport Tips and insider knowledge, e.g. For example, which cafes are open at 4:00 am, where you can find a point of sale where you can charge your phone and which areas of the airport offer the fastest WiFi for free. You can connect with people in the area who are on the same flight as you. This can be useful if you are sharing a taxi in the city or want to have a chat while you wait. After the flight, App in the Air offers a place where you can submit feedback on the airport and your specific flight. If you are eligible for compensation for your delay, App in the Air will let you know.
Do not delete your app in the Air app when the government's finalization is complete. The app is designed for frequent flyers and facilitates the juggling of multiple itineraries and reward programs. It covers all phases of the booking process after booking, by tracking boarding passes and all itineraries (past, present and future). App in the Air also offers its users an augmented reality map of their previous and upcoming trips with the option to display their flight paths as a 2D interactive map or 3D globe. Boasting acquired rights.
Best of all, App in the Air makes it possible to travel to a kind of game competition. During the flight, users collect points for each destination they visit and compete for a place on a global leaderboard. They earn badges for new lands and other "travel successes" along the way, for example, five times at the same airport or equivalent travel distance of the equator.
App in the Air is available as a free or premium version for $ 29.99 a year. Premium benefits include updated features such as real-time flight status, offline access, family alerts, and automatic check-in.
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