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Trends happening in the travel industry

How To Continue To Code As A Manager

A few months ago I shared my thoughts on “Why Managers Should Continue To Code”. I had ended that with a statement asking you to take action, but did not outline any strategies for you to follow. In this article, I will share some of my strategies with you, and also give you a recent […]

By |December 10th, 2014|Trends|0 Comments|

Holiday Travel Trends 2014

It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Story, White Christmas, Elf, Home Alone, Miracle on 34th Street and the list goes on and on. What do all of these movies have in common (besides that they are about the holidays)? They all take place in an icy, snowy, or cold climate! Snowflakes, hot cocoa, snowmen, […]

Big Airlines Are Partnering With Big Auto Manufacturers

At TripCase we aim to provide our travelers with an exclusive experience – we give you knowledge about your flights fast, so you’re a step ahead other travelers. And it looks like American Airlines is hoping to bring that feeling of exclusivity to their top travelers, too. In a world of private planes and […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Trends|0 Comments|

Windowless Airplanes Could Be The Future

As air travel continues to be more competitive, a windowless airplane concept from The Centre for Process Innovation might become a reality. The windowless airplane concept is rather ingenius, replacing the row of small porthole-sized windows along an airplane’s fuselage with an external-facing wide-angle camera and an internal display. The new design could increase […]

Your Smart Connected Suitcase Is Almost Here

Do you remember when your car was just a hunk of metal? Years ago, cars didn’t have onboard computers, GPS, or remote keyfobs. In the past decade or so, however, even the most entry-level car has all of these extras. Instead of slipping a metal key into your ignition, you simply push a button […]

Are You Ready For Customer Service Robots?

We’ve all been there – you take the red-eye flight home from a long business trip, and inevitably need help at the airport, but find everything is closed for the night. At the Indianapolis International Airport, they’re testing a solution for you – customer service robots. The new test features an iPad-on-a-segway type robot that’s […]

TripCase Coming To The Samsung Gear S

Wearables and smartwatches are all the craze these days, and we can see why. Being able to get quick information right on your wrist is definitely useful, especially when you’re rushing through the airport to catch your flight. As we launch into this industry, TripCase is proud to be among the first mobile apps to […]

Why Managers Should Continue To Code

If you are a manager in a software development company, there is a good chance that you are not coding anymore. A typical organization does not expect managers to be writing code and contributing to products that are released. This usually results in managers stepping away from coding and the details that go along with it.

But is this how it should be? Let me tell you my story. […]

By |July 16th, 2014|Trends|0 Comments|

Airlines Adopt Smaller Carry-On Allowances

Recently, major airlines including American, Delta, and United have adopted new maximum dimensions for their carry-on baggage allowances. The industry standard used to be 22in x 15in x 9in, but those have recently shrunk, according to George Hobica, founder of Airfarewatchdog.

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Tracking Trip Destinations Across The U.S.

Every day, thousands of travelers trust TripCase with their trips across the U.S. and around the globe. We’re constantly tracking this data to improve our service for users, and moving forward, we’d like to share more of that with you. To start with, our product team spent a little bit of time capturing trip […]