If you are having trouble with entering a single flight destination, we made this video demonstration of a Single Flight Example
If you are having trouble getting a multi-flight destination to work, check out this Multiple Flight Example Happy Fleeting!
We are shooting for a release in late 2016. I know it’s frustrating as an Android user, but we are a small startup that has to bootstrap everything (the app is free and we don’t have much $). Our strategy is to get things working on the iPhone platform before generalizing. So we are doing one more iteration of the iPhone app and then going to make the Android app.
Fleet employs Flight Stats, the same platform that Google uses, to provide up-to-date information on flight statuses, delays, and changes. We then ask the Fleet community about congestion and delays throughout the airport–from bag checks to security lines. This user-generated information combined with Flight Stats data helps us project average wait time at every stage of your airport journey. Our airport and airline directories tell you exactly what’s available to you on your travel.
Sorry about that! Of course, make sure you have internet connection and have selected the correct flight information from the flight selection screen, as multiple flights may have very similar details. Because Fleet gathers data from Flight Stats, information may not always be perfect. Feel free to report any incorrect information with our team so we can try out best to figure out what went wrong.
Fleet was purpose-built for the air travel experience. In addition to culling official flight information from airlines and airports, we ask other users at your airport about delays in order to bring you the most accurate and up-to-date information you need, when you need it. You can even share your particular flight information profile with interested parties.