For Brett Fox, just getting around an airport could be difficult enough. From check-in to security lines to finding a meal that he actually wants, it added stress to the journey.
But then he discovered the turn-by-turn direction feature on American Airlines’s app when he and his family arrived at Miami International Airport from a Bahamas vacation last fall. Click here to keep reading
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport updates its app with enhanced indoor mapping and launches an Apple Watch app.
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport wants to make sure travelers don’t wind up lost.
And so, DFW is using its mobile app to help visitors navigate around the airport. It makes sense. The airport is massive and sprawling. It is larger than Manhattan if you factor in the parking facilities, the airport says. 64 million travelers pass through the Dallas Fort Worth airport each year, and 90% of them are armed with their trusty smartphones, says Sean Donohue, chief executive officer of DFW Airport. Click here to keep reading