It’s almost impossible nowadays to get a direct flight to some places. My hometown is a Delta hub but doesn’t allow flights out to just anywhere. International airports don’t really have a good amount of flight boards like domestic flights have. Flying internationally can be a project in itself. Find my gate can be rough with so few laces to gain information from. If you need something to help you over overcome this, the FlightBoard application is the answers to your prayers Pick out whatever airport you are concerned about and the Flightboard app will supply you with all the departure info right to your hands.
Charles de Gaulle Is the Style of FlightBoard
Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport is where FlightBoards unique board style is derived from. You have the ability to choose what you want to look through. It’s easy to access either arrivals or departures. The airports are where the information for gates come from and this can sometimes be a bit annoying. Surprisingly enough, international airports are not very reliable for gate information until a few moments before take-off. Even with these delays, you will still get the information on time before you leave. You can communicate the information you receive through Twitter, emails, texting or even Facebook. When getting information from domestic flights, you’ll have early information available to you. My iPhone was primary reason I wanted FlightBoard, but the application can be used on any of the iDevices. I have an international 3G hook-up on my iPhone, where I don’t have to pay roaming charges. If you have the FlightTrack Pro application, this will allow you to purchase FlightBoard as an in-application n your iPad.
If you have to travel for work or just pleasure, having the FlightBoard application is a good idea! All the information I have received has all been good and reliable information.
Things To Add
Whatever the airline says about gate information, goes. The FlightBoard application only has the gates as informants for the system. There are flight related things I think could be added to the application to make it more appealing to its’ users. Things like information for baggage claims and even distances between the gates would be helpful. These trivial little things are things that would make life much more simple for us travelers, wouldn’t you agree?