Posted June 02, 2019 07:10:16We all know the "no questions asked" rule in the US.The US Airways blog post about their new fares, for example, states: "We understand that your first flight may be booked online or through a travel agent, but you are asked to provide a valid US passport or visa."So, the rules are pretty simple, right?Wrong.It turns out, this "no queries asked" policy isn't as simple ...
In the Apple and Android versions of the flight tracker app, you can search for flights to Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Singapore.
There’s also a feature for flights in between: you can track your flight by dragging a circle on your map, then drag the circle to the right or left.
The app will show you which flights are coming up on your timeline, and you can add new flights to your flight trackers.
If you’re looking for your flight on a specific day, you’ll see the flight number on your screen, with a countdown clock.
There are also two ways to find out which flight is on your route: by using your phone’s GPS and using your computer’s location services.
If your flight is in the past, you won’t be able to use this feature.
The two-day tracking feature also works on the iPad, but it requires that you buy an Apple Passbook subscription, which is available from Apple’s App Store.
The Apple and Google versions of Flight Tracker are available for both iOS and Android.
You can see the full list of flights to be found here.