Air travel does not have to be painful. Most of us have had one or more bad experiences at airports in the past. Times have changed though. These days you can use your iPhone (or other smartphones) to find your way around a new airport, check deals, find the best seats, and get the most out of your air travel experience. These 10 iPhone airport apps have everything you need to find deals, track flights, find a hotel, and even get a cab:
FlightView Flight Tracker: a quality iPhone app that provides you with flight tracking on iPhone. You can view terminal, gate, and baggage claim information, get driving directions, access delay information, and more.
JetRadar: a universal application that serves as a search engine for tickets. You can compare ticket prices, change currency, and purchase tickets online.
Kayak Pro: a powerful air travel app that allows you to compare flight, hotel, and car deals. You can book your hotel, track your flight status, and look up baggage fees. The Pro version offers terminal maps.
Seat Alerts: helps you find a better seat on the plane. It monitor available seats and alerts you until the flight departs.
LoungeBuddy: a cool app that shows airport lounges in over 200 of the busiest airports around the world. It is a time saver for frequent travelers.
Airport Maps: a cool affordable app for iPhone that shows you where you can catch some food at your airport. It also gives you a map of your airport, so you know where to go right away.
iFly Pro: covers 350 airports and includes information on restaurants, parking maps, retail stores, and so on. It even tells you parking rates.
FlightTrack Pro: helps you track your itineraries on your phone and comes with the push system to keep you on top of things at all times.
Plane Finder AR: this augmented reality airport app has lots of potential even though it is flawless. Just point your camera at a plane to get its information. Our hats off for the great idea.
Did I miss any? Please suggest your favorite airport apps in the comments.
You may want to see:
*aff links used in some articles to fund our operations. Please look at the disclosure link to see our policy.