The travel tools form a great package. Airports provides an alphabetical list which can be sorted by name or code. Itinerary gives you a place to store details about upcoming trips, and the Packing page lets you create and check off items for your trip – useful if you’re one of those people who always forgets something essential. The Flights tool provides real time information about requested flights, including gate numbers and any announced delays. Ten flight requests are included, but then there’s an additional fee for further flights. I wasn’t able to test out the accuracy of the information as I had no flights planned, but this could be an excellent tool to give you early indications of any delays.
You can also personalise Traveller to suit your mood or to match the rest of your phone applications; it’s a nice touch, but I think the benefits of this programme really come from the huge amount of information you can get in an instant.
Traveller is a really excellent package; it’s very user friendly and it’s pretty much thought of everything you would need for a fuss-free journey.
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