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  • First Look: Va. Startup Fleet Wants to Be Waze for Air Travel “The app is smooth, well designed and does a good job of categorizing relative information, making it easy to find and understand—which is important, speaking from personal experience, when needing to make a split decision while running between two different flight gates on opposite end of the airport.”  (DCInno)
  • Mason student-designed Fleet app takes flight, eases travel woes “It takes some of the guess work out of flying and keeps family from circling the airport, waiting for a plane to land.”  (George Mason University)
  • 9 Apps to Download Before You Travel
    “Flight delays and cancellations are rampant during the holiday and winter seasons, so whether or not your plane is actually going to take off is a common concern. Fleet, the “air travel assistant app,” is here to solve that problem for you.”  (MyDomaine)
  • Fleet Air Travel Guide app review: offering timely information about flight status and airport conditions
    “There are lots of air travel apps on the App Store but none can match the visual design and intuitive approach offered by Fleet. This app is not only useful; it also offers a unique interface that makes it easy to use.” (AppPicker)
  • This New App Is the Cure for All Your Air Travel Woes
    “These days, air travel is often a source of serious stress and anxiety. It seems all of the rules, regulations, and inevitable crowds have stripped the once glamorous mode of travel of its cachet entirely. But just because flying is no longer a thing of allure and enjoyment doesn’t mean it needs to be a thing of misery! Meet Fleet, a brand-new mobile app that intends to make your next flight a whole lot breezier.” (MyDomaine)
  • Fleet, the Waze for Air Travel, Wants to Make Flying Easier
    “Despite industry reports that air travel is getting better, when you ask people who fly, it feels like it’s getting worse. Fleet is an app that wants to make your trip through the airport just a little easier” (Apartment Therapy)