App in the Air: Your Personal Travel Assistant.
Editors Choice ◆◆ Best of 2018 Watch app ◆◆ Featured in Forbes, Wired, CBS News, Travel+Leisure and more.
App in the Air is the single place to track your itineraries, boarding passes and manage your miles across airlines. Avoid hours of searching for the best times, price or airline with our sophisticated AI booking system that understands your flying needs and loyalties. The app learns from your travel preferences over time, so whether you are a die-hard United, a red-eye regular or an AA early bird, we find and curate the relevant options for you. What’s not to love? Book with app in the know, on the go.
-Smart search: Use filters like number of stops, times, amenities, alliance programs, pricing and more. The tool offers predictive pricing -- with machine learning, your search options will evolve over time as you interact with the platform.
-Best results: Recommends flights based on your loyalty status and fares that will earn a higher points yield (select airlines currently).
-Book flights and hotels: Through our current airline partners (United Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, Vueling, WestJet – more to come) and many hotel partners, there’s never any hidden fees but just pure convenience.
-Discover: Network with fellow frequent flyers through our ‘nearby’ feature, connecting you with other travelers near you.
-More perks: For each booking, we plant a tree (through One Tree Planted) to offset the flight's carbon emissions.
TRAVEL WITH EASE:
-Get updates about flight status changes and when to check-in (even without WiFi).
-Manage your time at the airport. Find places to eat, WiFi passwords and more.
-Track your loyalty points through our partnerships with all major airlines and hotels.
-Backup your flight history: hours, miles, cities and even aircrafts you’ve flown.
-North American Airlines: American, Delta, United, Southwest, Air Canada, JetBlue, Alaska, WestJet, Aeromexico and more.
-International Airlines: KLM, Ryanair, China Eastern, Lufthansa, LATAM, China Southern, easyJet, Singapore, British Airways and others.
-All major US airports: ATL, Los Angeles (LAX), O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Denver International, JFK, SFO, Charlotte and more.
-Busiest world airports: Heathrow, Beijing, Haneda, Dubai, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Istanbul and others.
-Alliances: Skyteam, Star Alliance and Oneworld.
TRACK LOYALTY POINTS:
-Airlines: AirMiles, British Airways Executive Club, JetBlue TrueBlue, Lufthansa Miles, Spirit and more.
-Hotels: IHG Rewards Club, Starwood Preferred Guest, Le Club Accorhotels and others.
-Cars: Avis Preferred, Hertz Gold Plus, Enterprise Plus, Dollar Express and more.
-Connect your email to automatically import your flights, hotels and car rental info
-Sync your itineraries through TripIt
-Email forward your e-ticket information to firstname.lastname@example.org
-For $29.99, the annual subscription gives you real-time flight status updates, automated check-in and the option to subscribe your family via SMS. Your first year will be charged to your iTunes account once you confirm your purchase. Try premium for 14 days free.
-Your subscription will automatically renew each year at the current subscription rate, and this amount will be charged to your account within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription year/month.
-To manage your subscription or stop it from automatically renewing, go to Account Settings and turn off automatic renewal at least 24 hours before your renewal date.
-No refunds will be issued after the annual subscription fee has been charged. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited once a subscription is purchased.
Have questions? Email us anytime: email@example.com
Welcome to build 8.1.5! This round we’ve not only fixed some annoying bugs, added enhancements, but we’re also excited to share a fun new feature that will make your travel experience even better.
+ Updated achievements: Introducing new stamps for your travel passport (A.K.A. App in the Air of course). These redesigned stamps will now beautifully complement your regular passport. Head over to your profile page and explore the new look. Also, get excited to unlock more achievements of course
As always, we’re here to help! If you’ve come across an issue, want to provide feedback, or require support, please get in touch by emailing us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
One of the top two travel apps ever made!
App in The Air is my second favorite travel app ever (the first, and in my opinion the best is Flighty). While most of the REALLY good travel apps have “upped their game”, App in The Air and Flighty have gone above and beyond to stand out and supply you information that is not only useful, but also necessary, accurate and nicely displayed.
I’m a premium subscriber to both apps and I believe that paying for the premium subscriptions is well worth it, if you fly more than a couple of times a year. It’s also worth noting that the “really good” travel apps (such as these) spend a lot of money to provide their apps with the timely and accurate data feeds that provide the end user (that’s me and you) with all of this detailed travel information that we’re seeing.
Developer Response ,
Dear Philip, my name is Alex, I'm from "App in the Air" support. Firstly, let me say thank you for using our app and for your premium subscription. We are glad to hear that the App is very useful for your trips, accurate, nicely displayed and that you like its options like flight statuses and alerts. We are working to bring more interesting and practice features to the app, so stay tuned! And please, feel free to contact me at email@example.com if you have any ideas or questions. Alex
Hit and miss
Automatic checkin was really handy on my first check in, but on my second it changed my pre-selected “main cabin extra” seat 8A to 25C (which shouldn’t even have been possible if I *didnt* have a pre-assigned seat given my auto checkin preferences). That makes auto check-in useless (I had to go into the American app and reselect my seat, which was fortunately still available). For flight info and updates it’s handy: automatically detected my reservations from my email so there was no data entry. It didn’t pick up the correct seat assignment from my American Airlines reservations (e.g. 12F instead of 12B somehow on one flight), but it was easy enough to edit that, and I’d use my boarding pass on the plane anyway. It also let me know about a lounge at STL I didn’t know about before, although it wasn’t in the terminal I was going to. It’s managed to replace Kayak as my source of flight info, although Kayak is free. I hope auto checkin gets more reliable, because it would be handy if I could trust it to not thoroughly screw up my prepaid seat assignment.
Developer Response ,
Hello, Grant. That's Alex from App in the Air team. Firstly, let me say thank you for using our app and for your lifetime subscription. Let me apologize for the issue with auto check-in. I want to check what's happening. Can you please tell me your flight number and dates at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll check it. I will be waiting for your email. Alex
Good app but some UI improvements needed
I fly >100k miles a year with a mix of international and domestic destinations. This app is great to predict potential delays and also track my overall progress and other stats (types of planes, milestones, etc). The only negative is how it displays the current flight status as tiles where I have to swipe to see the anticipated arrival gate, etc and the location of the plane midnight doesn’t provide a map since I’m not hooked up to the internet. This is where Tripit and FlightRadar24 best this app out respectively. Tripit provides a really quick snapshot of what I have to do and where I need to go. While FlightRadar pretty much provides near real time data on the plane among other things. True, flightradar also needs WiFi, but it provides far more useful information when connected such as weather along the flight path, where other flights are coming from, etc. I typically use this app, flightradar, and Tripit to predict delays. I wish there was one app.
Developer Response ,
Hello Doc. My name is Alex, I'm from App in the Air team. Let me thank you for your review. Glad to hear the info in the App is useful for you. The idea of our timeline is to separate all the stages of the flight on the current moment of time. So if you preparing for your flight, you will see the status of departure. At the airport, you will see the current airport statuses. And after the landing, you will see your landing statuses, including the gate of arrival. So do you want to sell all the stages of the flight on one page? Maybe there will be a lot of info on one screen in this kind of design? For checking your route during the flight you need the internet. You can't get the data on the map without the online status. But you can see your approximate position on the map. We are loading the last information about the flight when you open it before the flight, this also applies to the flight map. In any case, we are actively developing and improving our app according to revi
ews. Thank you very much. We will see how to make the timeline screen more convenient, and the map more informative. Please, feel free to contact me at email@example.com with your nickname "DocNartman" if you have any ideas or questions. Alex
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- 267.8 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2012-2020 App in the Air, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Annual premium subscription $29.99
- Monthly subscription for premium features $4.99
- Lifetime Text/Push subscription for all flights alerts $49.99
Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
Get things done within this app using just your voice.