As COVID-19 restrictions continue to lift, and more travelers are opting to fly, the need for easier and faster airport navigation continues to grow. The Points Guy (TPG), the hands-on advice site that more than 10 million visitors each month seek out to improve their travel experience, recently reviewed how airport mapping apps operate. TPG offers a “behind the scenes” look at how LocusLabs helps passengers find exactly what they need, while user-friendly, mobile navigation, estimated walk times, and step-by-step precision guide them to it.
Launched in 2014, LocusLabs has since mapped 120 of the world’s largest airports and licenses its maps to more than 45 airports and airlines including American, Delta, United and others in the U.S., and Emirates, Lufthansa and more globally. Odds are that if you’ve pulled up an airport map on your phone or tablet, you’ve interacted with LocusLabs’ technology.
Read more about how travelers can save valuable time by quickly searching for and navigating (in real-time) to check-in, security lines, baggage claim, open restrooms, food service, shopping, or any part of the airport they might need visit. The Points Guy: Behind the Scenes of the Company that Creates the Indoor Airport Map