Terminal Maps for iPad – Summer Travel Series | PadGadget

By Cristi | July 13, 2010 | no comments

With summer in full swing, many of us are taking to the skies to reach our vacation destinations. If you plan to fly, Terminal Maps by Ryan Hartman is a great iPad app available to help you maneuver through some of the world’s busiest airports during your travels.

Terminal Maps is easy to use and provides users with quite a bit of information.  Featuring nearly 40 airports (mostly domestic but some international), it includes details on airport history, maps, restaurant locations, shopping and other services like airline clubs.  There’s no Internet access required so you can use it any time, any where.

We just took off on our vacation this morning and left from Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport.  I checked Terminal Maps and was impressed with the information it contained. Traveling with two kids, they were hungry, of course, and wanted food from Starbucks.  We were able to locate the closest one and head on over to order some breakfast.  We’ll land at JFK in about an hour and I’ve already checked out that airport as well.  With a layover ahead of us, I need to be prepared with activities to entertain us while we wait for our connecting flight.

If you plan to travel by plane this summer, check out Terminal Maps for your iPad.  It sells for $3.99 in the App Store.

Note:  Hartman is always working on updates and plans to add more airports to the list soon. You might want to check and make sure the airport your flying in and out of is supported before you make your purchase.

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