The best travel apps we recommend to help with organizing your vacation, itinerary and flights.
LoungeBuddy allows you to enter your your credit card, airline status, and lounge memberships and tells you which lounges you can access at any given airport. It will also tell you which lounges are free and which you can buy a day pass for. No more boring layovers!
MyTSA provides airline passengers with 24/7 access to the most frequently requested airport security information on any mobile device such as estimated security times or which items you can or can not bring with you.
Enrollment on Arrival is a program that allows Global Entry applicants who are conditionally approved to complete their interviews upon arrival into the United States instead of having to schedule an interview at an enrollment center.
Skyscanner searches millions of flights from over 1,200 sources and then gives you the best options available (whether it’s the cheapest route, or the easiest one). You can look at the cheapest days or months to fly to your destination and it will send you a notification of price changes.
” GeoSure collects data from sources like the CDC, the World Health Organization, the United Nations, local authorities, and more, then provides a safety score for your destination that reflects potential health risks, political unrest, threats to women, and environmental hazards. It even gives crowd-sourced information about thefts and street crime that have occurred in any given area, and tells you when it’s safe to walk or if it’s better to take a cab “
TripIt helps organize your upcoming travel itinerary. All you have to do is forward your hotel, restaurant, flight, and car rental confirmation emails to firstname.lastname@example.org and it automatically transfers all the information to your master itinerary, so that you can easily view all your upcoming plans at once.[/tatsu_text][/tatsu_column][/tatsu_row][/tatsu_section]