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Us*****Nov 13, 2012 by

Nicolas Hoyos 

Very nice - Very

easy to use and nicely designed,

I like it a lot and use it frequently,


Us***** Nov 13, 2012 by


good - it is really fast to read the

flights, simple and easy, and save

much time to google.

it can also tell you the airline

delayed, so you can avoid some

issue. but, if it costs 2.99 to buy,

it should be more information.

Us ***** Nov 9, 2012 by


Love it - Helpful and

useful. Convenient also! Love

it and never waste my every

cents ! Support out guys :D

Us ***** Nov 9, 2012 by


Good - This application

helps me a lot when I travel abroad,

it solves a lot of problems for me.

I like it very much.

Us ***** Nov 14, 2012 by

yan Frantz

Cool app - Nice app for

someone who frequently travels

by airlines.

User Reviews

Us ***** Nov 9, 2012 by 
Useful - This app is very useful
and convenient. I love it so much
and never waste my money.smiley
Us ***** Nov 9, 2012 by 
Great app! - A great app for check
in with 210 Airlines famous globally.
Function support for app search fast
and easy to using and effective.
in addition app help me save time
and save money for check- on my
fly while i at work.
The menu of app is convenient for
every one to using.

Us ***** Nov 14, 2012 by


great for travel -

I wish I could travel around the world

with this applicationit's so handy

Us***** Nov 13, 2012 by


Seems Useful - I don't

travel a lot but on my next trip it

will help a lot!


User Reviews

Us***** Nov 12, 2012 by 


Great app - I love this app. It is

incredible convenient and contains a

bunch of useful information. I also love

that it is very easy to use. This app is

a must have for travelers to

foreign countries.

Us***** Nov 12, 2012 by 


Good - This app is pretty good that

a lot of info and easy to use! A must

have if you like travelling.

Us ***** Nov 9, 2012 by 

Gabriel Gao

Good app - Providing a more

easy way to check in. It is so nice.

I love to travel with it.

Us ***** Nov 9, 2012 by 


Very effective.. - GUI is simple.

Took a moment to find my

airline and fill in the info.

Looking forward to the trip!

Us ***** Nov 9, 2012 by 


Awesome - Nice app for frequent

traveller. Check-in right away at

airport with Check-in Companion,

your trusted companion for

boarding pass

User Reviews

Us***** Nov 12, 2012 by 


Love it - I used it when I went to

the UK and never get trouble that

I can know the airline delayed or not.

Good and Helpful!

Love it and a must have!

Us***** Nov 12, 2012 by 


GOOD - Well! It is helpful a lot and

also useful! I went to Asaia twice

with this app and I knew about

the airline delayed.

Us***** Nov 12, 2012 by 


I want to go to Asia - more great

if there was more associated with

Asian countries

Us***** Nov 12, 2012 by 


great for travel - Get your Mobile

Boarding Pass on the iPhone now

with only one application. It's

fast, easy and quick!Here

is what I need


Us***** Nov 10, 2012 by 


Great - A must have for frequent flyer!


User Reviews

Us***** Nov 11, 2012 by


Useful - First, I think this app is

useful, convenient and easy to use

that it helps us to check the airline.

We can know that Has it delayed

or not. And I went to Asia with this app.

It provides lots of info and really helpful.

At last,I think this app can be more

expensive that cost to 3.99

because it gives us lots of useful


Us***** Nov 11, 2012 by


Very handy -

This will be a useful and very handy

app when I plan to go and travel.

I think I'll be needing this soon.

Us***** Nov 11, 2012 by


good app - it's quite useful to me.

i travel a lot on business, this app

really help me manage my time. 

so convenient

Us***** Nov 11, 2012 by 


price - this is a good application for

the travel but I found it slightly

expensive price

Us***** Nov 11, 2012 by


check in companion world pro -

I have used this application but do

not have time to arrange a tourI will

use it when I need it but I found it

quite handy and does not take

time to organize a trip



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Smaller seats, fee rises and Wi-Fi? Find out what we can expect this year in air travel.

2013 is now behind us but who could have foreseen the three-month grounding of the entire Boeing 787 fleet in the beginning of last year.  Only 16 days into 2013 and 50 787s worldwide were grounded following a battery fire on a Japan Air Lines 787 and a near-fire occurred days later on an ANA 787 flight.

Further at the end of 2013, who could of predicted the ordeal behind American Airlines and US Airways merger in December.  After negotiating a settlement to a surprise lawsuit by the U.S. Department of Justice (which sought to block the merger) they created what is widely now regarded as the world's largest airline.


So what can we predict for this year? Experts believe in comparison to 2013, 2014 should be relatively quiet. But that does not mean it will not be fascinating. Hereunder a list of the major players in the year ahead.


Security improvement:  TSA expands their PreCheck program

The EZ-Pass-style express lanes at airport checkpoints are so popular that TSA will expand the program to more than 100 airports in 2014.  More passengers in the United States will be able to apply as it is now open to anyone who can pay  $85 for a 5 year membership.  TSA Pre-Check allows passengers to keep shoes and jackets on, laptops and 3-ounce liquids packed and even pockets filled -- just like before the "9/11" days.


Everyone will have Inflight Wi-Fi 
The majority of the large airlines are already offering Wi-Fi.  Even JetBlue and Southwest have recently rolled out their Wi-Fi access too.  In 2014 travelers can expect to see airlines competing to offer the same broadband experience you get on the ground, with the ability to download large files and watch video offerings.  Airlines will also be installing more power outlets so passengers battery won’t drain.  Now that passengers will get more opportunities to connect with the Internet while in-flight, it will be at a cost, as airlines continue to seek more profits from ancillary fees.


The seat squeeze gets worse

More and more airlines are adding new 'slimline' seats.  United and Alaska already have them.  These new seats offer the same seat pitch but less width. Airlines can then squeeze in more passengers and generate additional revenue, clearly a way to make more money.

But there's some industry backlash from the shift. According to a NBC report, Boeing has been manufacturing 17-inch seats, while Airbus is calling for a standard of 18 inches for long-haul flights. In the meantime, British design firm Seymourpowell is trying to make everyone happy with its new "Morph" seat idea, which enables airlines to adjust individual seats within a row to small and large sizes.















Transatlantic budget airlines make a comeback with lower airfares

Now that transatlantic fares higher than they’ve been in years, a new breed of cut-rate carriers is back on the scene.  For example Norwegian Air Shuttle and an Icelandic contender Wow Airlines. Their secret is to use more fuel-efficient planes, which they claim will let them charge significantly less than mainstream carriers.


Do-it-yourself bag tags
It is common use that travelers today check-in for their flights via smartphone (viaAirline Flight Check-in Travel App for example) or on the web at home.   Now the technology to be able to print out and attach your own bag tags at home, is available.  This means another step that can be eliminated at the airport.  IATA is pushing for widespread acceptance.  Airlines Iberia and Lufthansa are already experimenting. However in the U.S. concerns about baggage security and other hang-ups are slowing the progress.


Ancillary costs continue
Just like last year ancillary costs will continue to proliferate in 2014, especially since airlines will be rolling out more products that consumers might be willing to pay for. It's also likely that a number of fees will rise in 2014 such as ticket change fees, on-board purchases and baggage fees being the big ones.


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